Question about Precor C846 Self Powered Upright Bike - Remanufactured, C846
Did this once befor, but just started working again. Stopped again and need help fixing it Thanks for any help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can test the HR grips to see if the wiring is good all the way from the contact grips to the upper board by doing a test with your meter. Get a meter that can test fuses and beeps if the fuse is good.
disconnect the 4 pin brown connector at the console board, on one side will be some metal contacts.
Touch one end of the meter lead to one wire and the other to the HR contact plate on the handlebar. try all the contact plates on the handle bar until it beeps, then move the lead to the next wire and repeat until all contact plates beep. It all of them beep then your wiring is ok and the problem is in the Heart Rate board in the console or the connection point on the board.
Let me know how it turns out.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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4)Check the circuit braker panel house, and reset.
Static Shock Problems:
Many people face a conundrum when using a treadmill. The problem is that a treadmill has you walk or run in a motion that causes you to build up an electrical charge on your body while you are exercising.
The problem if you are swinging your arms, you are totally isolated from any common ground so the charge just builds and builds and many discharges have been measured above 30,000 volts.
You may say, how in a frost-covered hell can I build up 30,000 volts on my body without killing myself? Good question and it has a good
answer...there is very little amperage. It will pop you good when you do ground and sting but it won't hurt you.
The problem is that it can damage the treadmill's electronics if it is not properly designed and we still see poor designs in this respect
If you don't like getting popped or if your treadmill is shutting down or going crazy, there is a fix. You can ground yourself to keep the electricity from building up on your body.
We now have wrist grounding straps that can be reused and attach to the frame of the treadmill without causing any markings and do not require any permanent modification to your treadmill. You can find them in any online catalog by electronic sales by searching for Grounding Strap.
Thank in advance, sincerely. God bless you.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2011
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