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Stair Master Clubtrack Plus Treadmill
Posted by Anonymous on
Quinton E203 Error, Motor Overcurrent (Overload)
1. Obstruction to motor pulleys or belt
2. Disconnected or loose motor lead
3. User outside the weight/speed envelope.
4. Excessive wear to deck/belt.
6. Lower Electronics.
Corrective Action Quinton Treadmill Models: Club Track 3.0 and Hyperdrive
Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is greater than 100 ohms, the motor needs replaced.
Hyperdrive models: Remove power and wait for high voltage indicator to go out. Check resistance between motor leads. If the reading is less than 100 ohms, replace the lower electronics.
Posted on Feb 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
E203 = Motor unable to run. Usually caused by the VSD Lower Board. This board is about 14" square on a Quinton Clubtrack Hyperdrive 3.0
Rather difficult to remove escpecially if your not familair with electronical compnents in a tight space.
My reapir coast $374 from J&R Technical Services and exactly one year later I got the exact same code. Warranty is 90 days.
It appears they rebuilt one of the components on the board called a Phase Modulator. There are three of them. They stated they had replaced it, but upon close inspection it appears that simply replaced the bad micro-component on the modulator and reinstalled the exact same phase again.
I'm debating whether to trust them once again. Little choice though since they control the market and have the equipment to reset the board upon repair. Nobody at thome has this equipment.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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the reset switch on the underside of the treadmill console. Usually
the button is large enough to trigger with a pencil eraser or Q-tip.
Plug the treadmill plug back into the wall. Use the Q-tip to press
the reset button. It may be necessary to hold the reset button down
for a few seconds. "CL11" will appear in the display of the
reset button one more time with the Q-tip. "CL21" should
appear on the screen. Press the enter key. The display will change
again and show "CL22." Keep pressing the enter key until
the numbers cycle through to the number "CL26." Press enter
one more time. The letter E should appear on the display screen.
Press enter twice more. The letters "SS" should appear on the screen. When this happens, press the start/stop key. Making sure to keep well away from the tread, press enter to start the treadmill. The treadmill will start on its own. The treadmill will stop on its own after a few seconds. When it stops, press the power key two times. Remove the safety key and put in a safe place. Your treadmill is reset
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