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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
open motor shroud and inspect all connection on the motor control board see if all LED 's are lit except that light up when incline motor is moving up or down. then check the two connector coming from the drive motor to the board sometime over time the two connector will have a cold soldier I would move them to see any excessive movements of the pins then hit start and see if there is any belt movement. Last but not least unplug unit and check the motor brushes if they are less than 3/8 in in length replace them. Call them @ 1-800-335-4348 they under their parent corp. Johnson fitness.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
E4: Solution 1. Check power to the treadmill, as insufficient voltage to the treadmill can cause this error to reoccur. Check the power socket that the tread is plugged into. Eliminate any extension cords or surge protectors (plug the tread directly into a functional power source). Make sure the circuit is not overloaded. Make sure the circuit is NON-GFI. 2. Calibrate (See engineering mode for specific treadmill). 3. If calibrations do not hold, replace upper console. Note: Usually simultaneous with an E6. E6: Solution 1. Check the elevation plug connection at the lower board. 2. Check ALL large data cable connection at the lower and upper boards. 3. Calibrate (See engineering mode for specific treadmill) 4. Test/change large data cable (use large data cable information provided in the data cable portion of this Guide). 5. Replace elevation motor E7/E9: Solution 1. Certain lower boards have an LED that flashes when the magnet on the roller passes the sensor. Adjust sensor position if LED does not flash. See lower board basic troubleshooting for lower boards with the LED. 2. Unplug RPM sensor at the lower board. Check continuity. Treadmill will operate without sensor but cannot Autocalibrate. Calibrate manually. 3. Replace RPM sensor TREADMILL.TROUBLESHOOTING. AUTO CALIBRATION STEP 1 ENTER ENGINEERING MODE • With the SAFETY KEY in place, hold the “ELEVATION UP” and “SPEED DOWN” buttons for 5 seconds. “DGA3” will appear in the profile window and “EHG1” will appear in the function window. • You are now in ENGINEERING MODE STEP 2 ENTER AUTO CALIBRATIONS • Press the “ELEVATION UP” or “SPEED UP” to “EHG4”. • Press “SELECT”. STEP 3 • Press “START”. The treadmill will calibrate itself. This will take about 3 to 5 minutes. When AUTO is complete, “END” will appear in the window. Wait 10 to 15 seconds and the treadmill will reset itself to “P1”. STEP 4 • Press “START” to test the treadmill
Posted on May 06, 2010
- Elevation parameters out of range
- Recalibrate it
If you want to calibrate it see the manual page no 5.
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Posted on Sep 25, 2010
This just means that the elevation is out of range. It probably lost its signal when you moved it. The way to fix this is to recalibrate it. You can do an auto recalibration.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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Typically an E6 error message indicates that the machine needs to be recalibrated because the elevation motor is out of range or that you have a loose cable connection. Below are the auto calibration instructions. Please make sure that no one is on the machine because it will speed up quickly.
STEP 1 ENTER ENGINEERING MODE With the safety key in place, hold "ELEVATION UP" and "SPEED DOWN" buttons for 5 seconds. Software version will appear in display window for a few seconds before model displays. Press "STOP" , "ENG1" will appear in display window. STEP 2 AUTO-CALIBRATE Press "ELEVATION UP" until "ENG4" is displayed. Press "SELECT" , display will read "AUTO". Press "START". Unit will calibrate, when finished "END" appears in display window, then "ENG1". STEP 3 EXIT ENGINEERING
Press and hold "STOP" to exit engineering mode
With the safety key in place, hold "ELEVATION UP" and "SPEED
DOWN" buttons for 5 seconds. Software version will appear in display
window for a few seconds before model displays.
Press "STOP" , "ENG1" will appear in display window.
STEP 2 AUTO-CALIBRATE
Press "ELEVATION UP" until "ENG4" is displayed.
Press "SELECT" , display will read "AUTO".
Press "START". Unit will calibrate, when finished "END" appears in
display window, then "ENG1".
STEP 3 EXIT ENGINEERING
I would also suggest that, with the power to the machine off, you check all of the wire connections underneath the motor cover, the assembly connection that sits where the mast meets the console and underneath the faceplate. Check to be sure that all of the connections are secure and that the pins within the cables are seated properly.
If you are still having any problems you can reach a knowledgeable Vision Fitness Representative toll free at 800-335-4348.
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