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Err1 error message, york aspire treadmill

Treadmill counts down 3-2-1 but then err1 message appears. Ive checked all wires and around the running mat and cant see any loose wires or obstructions. its hardly been used so it cant be much

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ERR 1 - Motor Movement

ERR1 indicates a speed issue. In this case, the motor speed as reported from the optic sensor differs

from the speed setting.

Analysis: Optic sensor signal issue -- Either the optic sensor signal is not right, or it is read incorrectly, or

the signal is not reaching the display.

Clean the sensor, test for open or faulty, tight the connector very well,adjust it, see the diagram attached.

God bless you
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Posted on Jan 19, 2013

  • kate courtney Jan 19, 2013

    Hi, many thanks for your input, it all sounds a bit complex for me but I will have a go tomorrow. Many thanks for your time!

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Error 7 is a Safety Key Error....
That's the red circular magnetic insert that slots into the front of the console...
The manual says : Simply secure the safety key in place and then 
try again..
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SOURCE: i have a error reading of l5 or ls not too sure york fitness z16

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The L5 message means that there is a problem with the speed setting switches. Some models have one set of speed adjusting stitches on the handlebar and another set on the console. One of them is defective and is causing the problem.

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How long does it take for someone to help me, on this site.


How fast you get answers depends on many factors. I just picked up your question but have spent time finding and reading the manual. I am by no means a treadmill expert, but my first thought was treadmill belt tension was too loose to keep the movement sensor happy.

Moving the belt manually would be irrelevant as the electronics would not be monitoring to throw up the E1 Error..

The manual tells you to check all these things.

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Loss of Feedback Speed Sensor disconnected Check Speed Sensor
Connection
Speed Sensor Misaligned Check Sensor position
Faulty Speed Sensor Replace Speed Sensor
Loose Display Connection Check Display Cable
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Faulty MCB (D2 LED on) Replace MCB
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If BH Fitness are being no help, I would be asking them to take the machine away or get it fixed on-site.

So does the belt turn when you switch it on? Is the belt centrally aligned when it spins?

Page 35 shows belt adjustment and I would guess tension although not specifically mentioned.

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