Question about Proform CrossTrainer Treadmill
I moved it from my garage to my house and it was working before though has been in storage for a while so is a bit dusty. It started working really slowly when I first turned it on so I removed the key and put it back and now it won't start at all! I have checked the fuse, batteries, reset button and it is still not working.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
please look under the bottom of the treadmill and be sure that your alignment brackets are not benmt/missing. (put the machine in the storage position and look about 2/3 way down the side of the belt) you should see a metal bracket on each side pressing in on the belt. They should be pressing in about 1 1/2 -2 inches to help track the belt.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
May be the Motor Control Board that gave up the ghost go to iconservice.com go to click on replacement parts input manufacturer and brand name look for controller click on it it will tell if it is in stock and how much
Posted on May 14, 2010
As the walking belt wears, it creates more friction with the deck which creates more heat in the belt causing it to wear further. Additionally, the increased friction requires the motor to work harder to keep the belt moving at the same speed. With this in mind, it causes the motor to draw more electricity and therefore, more power to move the belt. The motor has to get rid of this excess energy in some way so the way it normally does it is by releasing it in heat so that's why treadmills with belt problems typically overheat the motor too.
All of this to say that if the breaker starts tripping, you know that the belt is causing the motor to pull too many amps and the safety system is working as it should. If the breaker has tripped more than a few times, it will need to be replaced because the breaker weakens every time it trips. Additionally, the walking belt will need to be lubricated at a minimum and if you want to be very aggressive toward the symptoms, replace the walking belt. Silicone lubes, like water-based liquid silicone require relubing once every 30 days. Go to E Bay and you will see the different types and prices they will all do the the job. I would go down to the Hard ware store and purchase a 4 or 5 dollar can of silicone lift the one side of the belt and spray the length of the belt 3 applications on each side should to tell you if has taken care of the problem if not the belt and deck will need replacing.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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