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I have a vivotion cross trainer which is about 7 years old. I don't remember ever having instructions for it or knowing how to operate the controls. I can't see any way to turn it on or insert a battery.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I have bought a second hand roger black silver cross trainer and I do not have any instructions, also the bolt that holds the front post together is missing and the tension dial does not seem to work can I adjust the tension in side the front post! Please can you help. Kind Regards Janet
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Will the treadmill work when the chip is not plugged in, or does it just beep every time you select a button? If so, your problem is easy to solve. The board that supports the two adjacent up and down buttons has slipped. To fix, you'll need to remove the panel and remove the 3-inch retaining bar which is held in my two screws. Realign the board so the buttons are free to move in the available slots. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
If you can hear the adjustment motor running the problem could be related to two things:
1. Broken or stretched resistance adjustment cable.
2. Broken bracket for the magnet return spring.
If the resistance is on maximum all the time the second issue is most likely the cause.
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
check to see that the speed sensor did not move with the actual relocation of the machine. You may also need to recalibrate the machine so that it can figure out its own speed settings. With the incline not working also that can lead to a bad motor controller and these can go bad with too much moving of a machine - any bumps in the road can cause the electronics to short out if it has been previously used - grounding electricity out of components prior to moving prevents this from happening so that the stored electricity does not discharge with bumps in the road
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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