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You need to Read the owner manual, in the section for assembly or dissasembly they appear the screw sizes needed for any section.
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Posted on Jul 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'd start by attaching a voltmeter across the motor contacts to see if you get any voltage when the unit is turned on. It's probably an AC motor but I'd check the label to be sure. If you get voltage but no turning either the motor or a startup capacitor is bad. If this is the case try moving the tread by hand with the unit turned on. If it moves on it's own after you start it moving then the start up cap needs to be replaced. Otherwise it may be time to replace the motor. If you don't have voltage across the motor contacts when the machine is turned on, I'd unplug the unit and trace the lines back from the motor to somewhere on the PC board. I'm guessing there's probably a relay on the PC board that controls the motor. I'd use an ohm meter to make sure the relay coil hasn't turned into an open circuit. Next I'd put a voltmeter across the relay coil, plug the unit back in, and turn the treadmill on and off several times. Ideally you should see the voltage across the relay coil go up and down as you turn the treadmill on and off. This voltage could be AC or DC depending on the type of relay used. If you get the proper voltage across the coil but the relay contacts aren’t' opening and closing to provide power to the motor then you need to replace the relay. If you don't get the proper voltage across the relay coil the problem is further back on the PC board.
Posted on May 15, 2009
It sounds as if your rear roller may have a bad bearing. The bearings themselves are not replacable. The entire roller must be replaced. You can find the parts lited on iconservice.com and enter EPTL09706 in the model number box under the "replacement parts" section of the site. This replacement can be done easily using normal home hand tools.
First remove power to the machine.
Second put the machine into space saver mode. (latched in the up position)
Third go to the rear of the machine and locate the 2 wheels on the rear. There is an allen screw with a nut holding the wheels in place.
Fourth there are 2 screws holding the wheel bracket onto the end caps of the machine.
Fifth there are another 2 srews holding the endcaps onto the frame assembly.
lastly you will be able to locate the two bolts holding the rear roller in place. First mark the bolts where they connect to the actual roller with something so you can see how far to tighten the bolts back onto the new roller. remove the old roller...install the bolts onto the new roller then tighten back down to the marks you made on the bolts.
reverse the process for removing the other brackets.
If after replacing the roller your belt is not straight you may adjust it by this procedure.
If the belt is tracking to the right Then access the right allen screw located on the rear of the machine that connects to the rear roller.
Rotate this bolt CLOCKWISE 1 full revolution. This should move the belt to the left.
Do the same procedure except on the left if the belt is tracking to the left.
Good Luck! Tim
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
Either front roller may need to be replaced or the motor drive belt may need to be adjusted. This problems are caused when a walking belt is worn out and in need of replacement. Too much tension can cause bearing failure in the motor and the front roller and front roller pulley failure.
Motor drive belt adjustment: The motor drive belt is adjusted independently from the walking belt. Some newer models have an auto tensioner which is a lever that has a wheel that puts pressure on the drive belt and a spring on the other end that automatically loads the belt to the proper tension. You should not adjust these since they are preset. Tension can be affected slightly by adjusting the tension of the walking belt but if you have a slipping problem, the drive belt will require replacement. If your drive belt is too loose, it will slip on the front roller pulley or the motor pulley. If it is too tight, it will increase your amp draw to the point that you may have an electronics or motor problem. Due to this, it is better to be on the safe side and replace a drive belt rather than risk over tightening it.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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