Question about Stairmaster Stepmill 7000 Pt
Posted by Anonymous on
I would suggest checking the brushes in your alternator. The alternator is the component that provides the resistance in this unit.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unplug dc power connection then remove right side panel check for loose connections on on alternator, check distance of speed sensor to speed sensor disc you should no more than 3 credit card distance between them. Next remove the black wire from the B+ terminal on the alternator, then remove the brown wire from the field terminal on the alternator.Place a short wire with alligator clips between B+ and field terminals start stepping for about 10 to 15 second you should full resistance in that case its the upper console that if not replace alternator
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
SOURCE: My Stairmaster 4000 PT pedals
have diode on the alternator checked , check all wiring connections to be tight, is the battery ok (6 volts ) and last check the motor control board for damage and/or electrical burn
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
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