Question about NordicTrack Exercise & Fitness
Posted by Anonymous on
First check and see what the circuit is rated at. it you have too many thing on that circuit(light,tv,etc) this will trip your breaker because of the amp draw of the treadmill. nordictrack recommends a dedicated circuit of 20amp. you may nned to have a circuit put in with 12/2 wire
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it's the breaker in a gfci outlet, move it to one that isn't GFCI.
The motor isn't going bad, but if it's not a gfci outlet, it may be the motor control board and of course the belt need lubricating.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
hi, firstly if you are using a extention wire unroll the whole thing, and putting a higher amp volt in the plug. this should help
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
SOURCE: Hi. I have Proform 450CX.
You have to check the Driver circuit board for the motor. From your naration the motor is ok . Why the circut breaker trips because, if the IGBT( insulated gate bipolar transistor) is short then, when you press the start button the motor will try to drain a high current from the power line.IGBT controll the voltage to the motor.When it get shorted the applied voltage will gos to the motor without regulation. Also you have to check the rectifier diode. The IGBT will look like one in the picture. Check the ohms between the seond and third pins of the IGBT. It should be above 1 kohm. Remember one thing remove power before oppening working in the treadmill. Because it have live area all over the driver board
Posted on Jul 30, 2011
1) Lube the deck belt, in according with the instruction manual.
2) Lube the rollers bearing, with the i. manual
3) Test the input voltage motor, if there are the motor need repair
4) Test the output voltage board, for input voltage motor, if there are Not the board is faulty. God bless you
Posted on Jun 03, 2012
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