Question about Exercise & Fitness
Follow this steps and fix it. God bless you
The power up test sequence has detected a key in the operated condition. The power up test
sequence is performed every time the unit is turned on (powered up). This test is performed
because a permanently stuck key will inhibit the correct operation of the unit.
1. A key on the display housing is permanently stuck in the operated condition.
2. One of the upper PCA's keypad interface chips has failed.
3. Liquid (perhaps perspiration) is present on the surface of a touch sensitive display.
1. Remove the keypad connector cable from the upper PCA. Restart the power up sequence, if
the ERROR 5 is no longer present, the keypad is the cause. The keypad is typically part of
the display housing. Replace the display housing to correct the problem.
2. Remove the keypad connector cable from the upper PCA. Restart the power up sequence, if
the ERROR 5 is still present, the upper PCA is the cause. Replace the upper PCA to correct
this problem. Most upper PCA's are provided without software. Therefore, the software (chip)
must be removed from the upper PCA being replaced and re-installed on the replacement
3. Wipe the surface of the touch sensitive display clean of all liquid. Restart the power up
sequence, if the ERROR 5 is no longer present, the liquid was the cause.
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take the front cover off and see if the drive belt is on the motor. Try running it to see if the motor turns. This could be a motor or controller board problem.
Posted on Jun 16, 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
- Elevation parameters out of range
- Recalibrate it
If you want to calibrate it see the manual page no 5.
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Posted on Sep 25, 2010
Hello I hope that everything is o.k
Now I will help you, only thing is you need to know how to handle the DVOM(digital Voltimeter)
To use these instructions, you need to have a familiarity with electricity and a working knowledge of a voltage multimeter. With all of
these tests, USE EXTREME CAUTION!!! Never let the voltage ground directly to any part of the treadmill or your leads ground while you
are testing voltage.
To begin, set your volt meter to AC volts. We are going to trace the power from the wall outlet through the
treadmill to see where it ends.
With the treadmill unplugged, test the wall outlet. You should have from 115 to 125 VAC. Optimally, you will
have at least 120 VAC.
Follow the power leads from the power cord to the lead ends. With the treadmill unplugged, connect your
meter to the lead ends. Plug the treadmill in and check your reading. It should be the same as your reading
from the wall outlet.
Continue this process with the electrical system, following the leads, as they pass through, breakers, fuses,
and the like.
Where the power flow ends is where your problem is. Sometimes it will be in a bad connection, sometimes
it will be in a shorted breaker or blown fuse, at times it may be as simple as a safety switch not working
properly, or it may be a major problem with a component.
In some cases, components work in tandem (i.e.- a controller may need a signal from the console
computer to release voltage to the motor) so if you have a question concerning where voltage ends, email
us at email@example.com.
TESTING FUSES, BREAKERS, WIRING, AND SWITCHES
1) One of the most common problems with power outages is problems with fuses, breakers, wiring, or switches.
2) If your treadmill is equipped with a safety switch, set your volt meter to continuity. Touch your test leads together to make sure you
are getting a closed circuit. With the treadmill unplugged, back the leads off the safety switch, usually near the upper display computer.
With the safety key out, test the switch. It should be open. Push the safety key in. Your circuit should be closed. If this tests ok, move to
the next step.
3) While testing for voltage, you can unplug your treadmill and test the fuses, breakers, and wiring harnesses. Sometimes a breaker may
have shorted open and not tripped. Test these components individually. You want a closed circuit on all of them
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Posted on Sep 28, 2011
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