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Landice L7 Exec Trainer won't stay stopped after I push stop ****

I have a 1999 Landice L7 Executive Trainer. If it's running and I push Stop button - it stops for a second or so - then it starts right back up again. All other functions seem to work ok. If it's running and I push Pause button - it pauses like it should - and when I push Pause button again it starts back up. All the other programing functions work fine

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SOURCE: I need instructions for a LANDICE L7 LTD PRO SPORTS treadmill

You can get the manual on link below.

http://site.thefitnessoutlet.com/landice/LandicePTManual.pdf

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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SOURCE: Landice L7 gives me a L5 reading on the screen

Your L7 error looks like L5 , but its really LS which mean lost signal. Unplug unit take motor shroud off then plug unit back in wall outlet. When looking in front unit you will see a Motor control board and there are LED lit up one of them should be an amber light this is you speed sensor which is attached to the top of your motor. Manually rotate the fly wheel and see if that light flickers if it does then your speed sensor is working properly if not replace speed sensor. The next thing to look at is the motor brushes to if they are worn unplug unit you should see slitted caps on both side of motor remove them if they are less than 3/8" they need replacing. That for the most parts should take of your problem. Call Landice @ 1800-526-3423 have the serial# handy their on all the components in the unit

Posted on Feb 28, 2010

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SOURCE: Motor or belt sqeals -

this may require proper troubleshooting but it is either the belts on the motor needs changing or the track belt ihas come to the end of it's usage life... but check thorougly.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

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