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Treadmill trips electrics

I have a Proform 360. When I turn it on it trips the electrical circuit. What could be causing this?

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Either your Motor or Motor Control Board(MCB) is faulty.
Try testing your Motor with a Drill Battery:
1. Disconnect the machine's power lead from the power socket, so that there is no power to the machine.
2. Open the Motor Hood.
3. Disconnect the Motor + and - leads from the Motor Control Board.
4. Connect + and - leads(normally Red and Black) to the Drill Battery.
The Motor should turn the Belt.
With the Motor leads disconnected from the MCB, you can connect the machine to the power, Press Start, and if this trips your Fuse Box you know its definitely the MCB.
Only carry out these tests if you are competent.
Lethal Voltages are present.
Try samsfitnesssolutions.co.uk

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Check to see that the treadmill does not draw more amp than stated in the owners manual. If you are, then the problem is in treadmill. If not try another circuit in the house (not just another receptacle).

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Dear Sir:
I hope you are fine, and try it to help you.
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Disconect the power cord very important.
1) Check for continuity or short the power Cord with a DVOM( Digital Voltimeter) repair o replace
2) If the circuit breaker of the machine if tripped, Reset, 3) If the circuit breaker of the home or building are tripped, Reset.
4)Check the Voltage of the input of transformer, and secundary wind too. Smell if very hot or smoke? if this happen the transformer is faulty you must replace or rewind. But before you dismantling check the electronic component around, with DVOM, capacitor, resistor, diode, transistor is o.k or are faulty.
5)See if some wires is loosing tighted or solder it.
6) Finally the PCB will be faulty.Replace.
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