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Treadmill motor control board

Can you tell me where I can purchase a motor control board for a Tunturi T60 Treadmill? Thanks

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Go to www.fitnessrepairparts.com and get it.

God bless you

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

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SOURCE: proform treadmill 580si motor is not working

Recheck your wiring and check your ground. If all that checks out then triple check your control board. Also the motor SHOULD have a reset button make sure that the button is not out and it is fully pushed in

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SOURCE: Lifefitness TR 9000 treadmill - 1997 model

Because you are hearing the lift motor making a noise, it sounds like the gears in the motor are bad. The fix is to replace the lift motor.

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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SOURCE: my tunturi treadmill 661f is showing E1 on the

E1 error code : Unplug unit remove motor shroud and check the distance between the speed sensor and the flywheel and ensure that the speed sensor is properly attached to the motor frame. Check also speed sensor connections.
Unplug the electrical cord from the wall outlet and from the treadmill, wait 1 minute and turn the power switch on again. If treadmill recovers to normal operation, you may continue to use the treadmill.
Check the motor brushes either they worn or not sitting properly

Posted on May 17, 2010

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SOURCE: Where can I purchase a teflon spray lubricant for treadmill?

Tunturi.com or accellfitnessna.com should have the lubricant you need. Order it online and they should be able to ship it directly to your house. I service tunturi treadmills, although I haven't come across a teflon lubricated machine, it is very important with these machines you stick with the manufacturer specified lubricants.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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SOURCE: Epic treadmill t60 is stuck in max incline how do

Usually when stuck at the max up position it indicates that you may need a new incline motor. It is not the sensor. I have been repairing treadmills for 15 years and incline sensors seldom if ever go bad. If can isolate the incline motor using a 110 volt power cord, this may un-jam the motor and get it back down to 0%.
I use www.treadmillpartszone.com for parts.

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

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see the video attached. lube the rollers brearing front and back too.

test the terminal motor voltage with VOM, if there are the motor is faulty.
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Tunturi t7 showing error 20 !


this means the treadmills power reading when the treadmill was operating at speeds of 1 miles per hour or less . Excessive amount of power is being demanded from the motor controller for an excessive period of time
Causes:treadmill user (especially a heavier user) is standing on the drive belt.
the drive belt too is badly worn.
brush motor faulty
SCR motor cotroller lekay or shorted drive motor or capacitor
IN short RUN the sotware calibration for diagnostic.
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Tunturi t7 showing error 20.


Try to RUN the sotware calibration for diagnostics.
This means user is heavy standing in the drive belt.
Causes: drive belt is worn, brusher motor faulty, motor faulty, motor controller board faulty
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ELEVATION RAISED AND STOPED


pleae RUN inmediately the software caibration for diagnose, troubleshooting, fix it.

LUBE the gear and shaft elevation motor, see the diagram
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Jul 20, 2012 | Tunturi T60 Folding Treadmill

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I have a tunturi t60 and it as stopped working and says data transfer error on display


Dear Sir:
LUBE inmediately the machine, the problem is lack of maintenance, maybe you have deck belt worn, that produce enough friction and by consequence shut down the machine.

2) Lube the rollers bearing in according with the instr.manual schedule.

3) Measure the voltage motor, if there are voltage the motor need repair or replace.

4) Test the output voltage board, for input voltage motor, if there are NOT voltage the board is faulty.

5) Run the software calibration for diagnose, and troubleshooting.

See my personal tips for help.

sincerely. God bless you.

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T60 treadmill came up with lift motor error so switched off. Now when I switch on it displays autocalibrating but never gets any further. Can you help?


power off, put in the key, press and hold down the stop button and incline up buttons, power on holding down the buttons for a few seconds - message clears

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