Question about Tunturi T30F Folding Treadmill
Treadmill runs for a few minutes and stops power is on machine has hardly been used
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Treadmill stops running
If you don't have the manual, see if the proform website has a PDF version available for download. They seem to have a lot of past models available. On our system (ProForm T10.0, PFTL0505.0) an E2 error meant the belt speed (according to the sensor) was too slow. The treadmill should come up to the selected speed within 7 seconds or this error is triggered.
Icon service turned out to be knowledgable and fair, although they can be hard to get ahold of on the phone. If you hold too long, then you are given a chance to enter your phone number. I had to contact them several times, and they did call me back each time I left my number.
Unfortunately several things can cause the belt not to run or not run well, so start with the easiest to fix items first like lubrication and tension adjustment (get a manual from the website if you don't have one--it covers this adjustment). Maybe clean the speed sensor wheel with compressed air or a q-tip (our model had a slotted wheel on the drive shaft which spins through an LED light detector).
If the speed is off, try calibrating the treadmill. Icon service can tell you how to do it (it's not in the manual).
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: 9100 life fitness treadmill
Sounds like you need a new lower board replacement. You can get that for that treadmill by call lifefitness or sportsmith.com Please rate me good
Posted on May 01, 2009
Try Lubricating the belt with silicone spray.
Probably the resistence from the belt scraping over the ground board is too high, forcing the machine to switch off in order to prevent damage.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
1. Enter the testing mode after switching the treadmill POWER ON by pushing first ‘SELECT’ and then‘SPEED DOWN’ and hold buttons pressed simultaneously
2. LED scanning mode for verifying display functionality
3. Press ‘ENTER’ to scan DATA LINES to verify display functionality
4. Press ‘ENTER’ to scan SACN LINES to verify display functionality
5. Press ‘ENTER’ to scan LED’s to verify display functionality
6. After pressing ‘ENTER’ the TIME window shows “test” and the
keypad functionality can be tested (the value displayed
changes when a button is being pressed)
7. Press ‘ENTER’ to enter IO mode (TIME display shows lift
motor potentiometer value, SPEED reads speed from speed
sensor and DISTANCE shows heart rate pulse)
Press ‘START’ to test lower board relay (a “click” sound)
and then press ‘ELEVATION UP’ for 2 seconds to increase
the elevation to 8%. Press ‘ELEVATION DOWN’ to decrease the elevation to minimum
Press ‘SPEED UP’ to increase speed value and ‘SPEED DOWN’ to decrease speed value.
Press ‘ENTER’ to repeat above test or ‘SELECT’ and ‘ SPEED DOWN’ buttons simultaneously to return
to the normal mode
Posted on May 14, 2010
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