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My NordicTrack C2200 treadmill quit working. No power. I opened it up and noticed that one of the ''things'' on the controller board (MC2200) was burnt. I replaced the controller board with a rebuilt one that had been tested out. I still do not get any power at all. What do I look for? What is my next thing to test?
If your computer does not come on at all: Start with the line cord and make certain that it is not damaged. Buying a cheap digital volt-ohm-meter can help a lot. Once you are sure that there is AC in the PS, read the label and check all the wires if they have their proper voltages. You will come to the point where the power is interrupted. Simply replace or repair that part. Of course we will be standing by to help you. Please, whatever you do or how tempted you are DO NOT TOUCH THE MOTHER BOARD. We will help you with that headache once you get to have power. Thank you for considering our service.
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Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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