Question about Exercise & Fitness
Everything else works fine, but the elevation only goes up and does not work to go down
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OPEN MOTOR SHROUD INSPECT THE COMPARTMENT ON THIS INSTANT I BELIEVE THAT THE SENSOR IS AT THE OPPOSITE END OF THE MOTOR THE LEADS GO INTO MOTOR CONTROL BOARD I WOULD FIRST UNPLUG AND PLUG THE CONNECTOR THIS WOULD CLEAN ANY OXIDATION OFF. IF NOT YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO DO THE REPAIR
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
first thing to do is to enter the calibration mode. First remove and replace the safety key. Press and hold the elevation up and the speed down buttons until the machines beeps at you 3 times consecutively. You should also see either the model "9450" or the software code which varies from machine to machine. You should now see one of two things - "eng1" may be displayed in which case just use the elevation keys to get to "eng4" and hold enter for 3 seconds - then press start - this will calibrate your machine and confirm if there is any speed reading issues.
If your machine displays more numbers as it would on the deluxe and premier consoles of this brand then you should see the model of your treadmill at the top left. hold enter from here until "eng1" appears and the perform the steps as above. If the speed is not calculating properly during the calibration the magnet or the speed sensor may have been moved or the magnet could have gone bad - usually slowing to one speed and not changing is the sign of a bad speed sensor. If the control board had any irregular voltage it would shut down as a safety precaution.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
On page 6 of your owner's manual, step 3 shows a diagram to remove the shipping bolts. On that diagram, you can see the motor and the power cord wrapped around it.
Click on the following link to get a copy of your owner's manual on .pdf format, scroll to page six and magnify it to 400%, you should be able to see the blue circuit board and two white fuses. Make sure your Pacemaster is disconnected before working on the fuses.
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Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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