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Life fitness treadmill display: transistor error-won't run

Life Fitness 91Ti treadmill stopped and displays "Transistor Error" . Any help on fixing? Does this sound complex or a home fix job? Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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This error shows up if motor controller detects a failed part. This isn’t a reset-able error. Treadmill will not allow workouts until serviced.
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Main motor wires/leads could be disconnected at the start of a workout. If the motor is properly connected and in working condition then the drive transistor could have failed. Check Motor Controller.

Posted on May 07, 2010

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