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Re: the treadmill was lifted too fast and something...
You must read you owner manual assembly, and test what did really happen, and proceed according. And see if there some rod bend, or some parts, and see if you can fix it. Or need replace some parts. If you do not have the owner manual go to. www.fitness.manualsonline.com or if need to buy some parts go to
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You have to lift up the back of the treadmill a little to access 2 phillips head screws that keep the motor cover on, (note that you will also have to unscrew a few phillips head screws on the bottom front of the cover as well in order to remove it completely). Before you begin lifting the back of the treadmill platform off the ground to access the screws underneath make sure the treadmill is on a zero incline setting and it helps to find a sturdy object you can rest the tail end off the treadmill on about 1 to 2 feet above the ground giving you enough room to access the screws underneath. Another option is to lift the treadmill platform all the way up and lock it in an upright position using the locking mechanism and lock handle that is located underneath the machine. I find this route to be unnecessary and cumbersome for what you want to do. Once you lift the treadmill up you will see the 2 small Phillips head screws near the front of the treadmill running platform that you need to unscrew in order to take off the motor cover. You also need to unscrew a couple small screws under the machine located on each side of the wood running board. These screw fasten the top inner plastic side covers onto the top of the running platform which needs to be taken off in order to access the back rollers. Make sure you collect the screws in a way that you will remember where they go later when you reassemble as this is your first time taking them out and you might forget later. Now with the bottom screws out, lower the back of the treadmill down level on the ground and pull off the motor cover, and the Left and Right INNER plastic running platform covers. With the inner covers removed you will find yet another small set of screws fasting the main plastic side covers to the running board which require an allen wrench to unscrew. Use the small wrench that came with the machine if you have it handy. With those off you can pull the main Left and Right plastic running board covers off, just make sure to carefully unsnap them from their snap points near the bottom rear of the machine. With all the covers removed you can now access the bolts that hold your treadmill rollers in place and the drive belt which you will have to slip on and off the motors drive pulley and the front roller using a pull and turn technique. The back rollers are simple and can be removed by unscrewing the tension bolts at the back of the treadmill and pulling the roller through and out of the belt. With drive belt set aside and all roller bolts removed you can take out the front roller in the same way you removed the back roller. Replace the treadmill belt and reassemble the machines components in the reverse fashion you disassembled them using these instructions. Doing this yourself will save you hundreds of dollars service man visits in the future.
Look closely at the space bar. try to lift it on the right side and on the left. The bar may have popped out of place. Specifically a metal rod that holds the space bar in place. Or the space bar is not resetting fast enough, ( soda, honey, something sticky) causing the bar to reset slowly.
1. Hold the upper end of the treadmill with your right hand as shown. Using your left hand, pull the latch knob to the left and hold it. Pivot the treadmill down until the frame is past the latch pin. Slowly release the latch knob
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kevin plumag, you may have bent the tie rod. It's an easy fix: each end of the tie rod connects to the axle, keeping the wheels at the right distance. Each end of the tie rod has a small cotter pin. Remove the cotter pin (a washer will fall off), lift out the bent tie rod, and put a new one back in, reinstalling the washer and cotter pin on each end.If your tie rod is straight, something else is wrong (which is why I'm searching the boards!). You can order a tie rod from Sears; check your manual for the part number.
I just changed my black toner this past week, and finally figured out why the cartridges get stuck like this.
First, you must eject the toner cartridge on the front-panel menu: Menu->Replace Toner->Eject Toner->Black(K)
It will say "Rotating to Black Toner(K)" and then say "Black Toner(K) Ready to Eject"
Now, open the front panel and you'll see the black toner cartridge in front. You can also open the top panel if you want more light on your work area.
Lift the lock handle on the old toner cartridge to the "unlock" position, and here's the part that the Dell instructions don't have:
There are two channels for the toner cartridges -- one on each side. Run your finger down the channel on the right, and you'll feel a small, spring-loaded catch. This catch often gets sticky and won't release the cartridge without some help. Don't force it, but gently move it towards the back of the printer and it should release.
Now the old cartrdige should slide right out, and you can finish per the instructions that came with the new cartridge.
My wife had the same problem with her treadmill. I turned the beast on it's side, and unscrewed the plastic casing that houses the motor, computer, and all the electronics to the treadmill. I unplugged the incline/decline motor. Then on the bottom of the treadmill the long threaded rod that causes the incline needed to be moved. So I unbolted it from the catch, and manually screwed the rod back in with a wrench. Now the treadmill works fantastically, of course the incline/decline mechanism has been disabled, but I would rather have a treadmill with the incline disabled than have one always on 100% incline. Hope you found this helpful :)
It is likely the handle or rod came of the lock mechanism. YOu will have to remove all the screws in the door panel and then take a pry bar or huge flat-tipped screwdriver and pry the panel off the door. Then take a look inside to see what doesn't look right. You may see the rod hanging there or it may be lying on the bottom of the door. It should snap back in place, if it doesn't stay in place, then a new little plastic fastner will need to be installed to hold the rod in place.
To install the ink cartridge
1) Press the On button. After you press the ON button, wait for the print cartridge prompt before continuing.
2) Open the print cartridge door. Lift the print cartridge door. The print cartridge moves to the right side.
3) Remove tape from both cartridges. Pull the tab to remove the tape from both print cartridges.
Important : Do not touch copper-colored contacts or retape the cartridges.
4) Insert the tri-color print cartridge.
Caution : The device must be On before you can insert the print cartridges.
a) Slide the tri-color print cartridges into the left slot.
b) Push the top part of the cartridges firmly up and into the slot until it snaps into place.
5) Insert the black print cartridge.
a) Slide the black print cartridge into the right slot.
b) Push the top part of the cartridge firmly up and into the slot until it snaps into place.
c) Make sure both cartridges are secure, Close the print cartridge door.
6) Align the print cartridges.
a) Press OK to print the alignment page, (Make sure you have loaded plain white paper in the bottom tray,)
b) Remove the alignment page from the output tray.
c) Place the alignment page face down into the document feeder.
d) Press OK to scan the alignment page.
After the page has scanned, alignment is complete.
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Make sure the product is turned on. The On button is lit when the product is on.
Lift the cartridge door. The carriage moves to the right side of the product.
Figure 12: Lift the cartridge door
Remove the new cartridge from its packaging and gently remove the plastic tape using the pink pull tab.
Figure 13: Remove the tape
Do not touch copper-colored contacts or retape the cartridges.
Slide the tri-color cartridge into the left slot. Push the top part of the cartridge firmly up and into the slot until it snaps into place.
Figure 14: Insert the tri-color cartridge
Slide the black or photo cartridge into the right slot. Push the top part of the cartridge firmly up and into the slot until it snaps into place.
Figure 15: Insert the black or photo cartridge
Close the cartridge door.
Step eleven: Align the cartridges
Make sure you have loaded plain white letter or A4 paper in the bottom tray. Press OK to print the alignment page.
Remove the alignment page from the output tray.
Figure 16: Print the cartridge alignment page
Place the alignment page face down into the document feeder.
Figure 17: Load the printed alignment page
Press OK to scan the alignment page.
After the page has scanned, alignment is complete