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York T302 treadmill stops after 30 secs

Unit operates only for 30 secs with a "heavy footed" runner, but operates OK for hours with a light footed action. Seems perhaps to be some confusion for the control board in matching motor speed with belt pulses from magnetic sensor. Red light falshes strongly when the "heavy footed" person is jogging, and at the frequency of impact with the mat - but lights up only intermitently when the light footer person jogs. A quite seperate problem is the main house earth leakage relay drops out unless the control board earth is removed. Mag reed switch seems to be closing OK and is close as it can be to the magnetic trigger on the mat drive pulley. Are these control boards repairable or is it all surface mount stuff that cannot be component replaced. Craig B

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SOURCE: Proform 730i powers on but will not move when I input speed.

I have the same treadmill with the same problem statement. Here is how I fixed it:....Open the lower shroud that covers the motor. You must remove 4 or 5 screws. Taped to the inside of the shroud should be a document with a calibration procedure on one side and electrical specifications on the other. It will tell you how to run the calibrations. You need to hold the stop button and the + speed button as you insert the safety key. This will put you into calibration mode. My treadmill started working again after I ran the incline calibration routine. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: No motor output to drive the belt

Sounds like that there is a short in the control board.

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SOURCE: No motor output to drive the belt

If speed ctrl LED is flickering and no DC output on motor spade then the motor control board is defective and needs to be replaced

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The belt is slipping a bit... try tightening the belt a bit and you will be fine...


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