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Mouse ate all the wiring. I have rewired the treadmill computer shows all windows active. rear motor drives platform up and down. switch on computer console active tilts platform up and down. but treadmill doesn't run. Has anyone got any ideas what to do? or test next? Cheers Mike
Maybe the mouse is sleeping in the motor? First, try to release the treadmill belt pressure so that you can turn the rollers by hand. If all of the rollers turn except one, that is probably the drive roller. If you are careful you should be able to take the belt off and get to the drive roller and its motor. Check the motor is getting power. There is probably a reset switch on the motor, reset it. If it still doesn't turn..replace the motor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Hi, I have a commercial
If there is incline fault, then the sensor must be calibrated. The error may happen even if you do not do anything. sensor goes out of calibration and you get e5.
The only reset you can do is by disconnecting power and removing console batteries if installed (that depends on the treadmill model).
I suggest contacting Techogim and following the procedure to calibrate the sensor. Contacts are listed at the right hand side of this page, click: Contact Us.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
So I had the same problem it was just stuck on the main screen. It just went beep beep beep. After much tampering. I Opened the console and unplugged the cable that runs from the I fit to the computer board and now everything else works great.
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
SOURCE: I have an 8100 ES
the bearings in these machines should be lubricated and sealed for life. they are not designed to be touched.
it sounds like you have done the important bits. belt lubrication and blowing out any debris that may be there.
squeaks like this can be incredibly difficult to find, but can also be incredibly annoying.
the main things that you can do is keep watching to try and find exactly where the squeak is coming from and check for anything wrapped around the edge of the roller.
keep using the belt spray, and the compessed air.
a good grade silicone lubricating spray used at the edges of the rollers, by the bearings and around the motor and gearbox unit may also help but do not get this spray on the belt as it can be very slippery.
squeaks like this can start and stop on their own or develop slowly and go just as slowly.
keep doing the maintenance you are doing, and use the silicone spray as described above.
it may take a little while for the spray to work its way into the bearings as they are fairly well sealed but you should notice an improvement after a few days.
please feel free to ask for further advice if you need
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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