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I have a Sole f63 treadmill and I am getting an E7 error


This is an incline motor issue. Your manual should have the steps to get the treadmill into calibration mode. Follow the steps and the treadmill will calibrate itself. If it fails the calibration then it’s most likely that the incline motor needs to be replaced.

Nov 29, 2017 | Exercise & Fitness

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How do I calibrate a Trimline 4650.1 treadmill?


WARNING: DURING THE ENTIRE CALIBRATION PROCESS, STAND ON THE PLASTIC SIDE RAILS ONLY!
DO NOT STAND ON TREADMILL WALKING BELT!
CALIBRATION
1. Turn off treadmill.
2. Simultaneously press PROGRAM, ENTER, and START/STOP for about 3 seconds.
3. Maximum speed will be shown in the TIME/PACE display followed by an "E" for English units or an "N" for metric
units. Press START/STOP to change from English units to metric units.
4. Press ENTER.
5. Press START/STOP. Incline and speed will calibrate simultaneously.
6. When successfully completed, TIME/PACE display will show CAL PASS.
7. Press POWER. Your treadmill is ready for use

Jan 02, 2017 | Exercise & Fitness

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My matrix t3x treadmill is not calibrating,it's says calibration fail?what could be the problem .its an AC motor treadmill


Hi There, No "rumble" sounds from the motor? All seems normal but won't calibrate? Is there a speed sensor mounted to the rear of that AC motor? Little black box looking thing that watches an encoder wheel to measure speeds? If so, Matrix had a sensor mounted here for a few years on AC driven treads, with 3 wires coming from it and plugs into that lower board. If the large "slots" in that encoder wheel get dust in them, the controller will loose speed feedback pulses required for regulation. If that is all clean, you may not believe this, but there was a period of maybe 8 months where inside that little black box, one of those 3 wires were not soldered correctly and is loose, touching a nearby wire inside, or open all together, causing that controller to miss feedback pulses. That sensor must be viable to calibrate that machine. If you power off, then pull that speed sensor from the main lower board, power back up, the lower unit will default to no-feedback(open-loop mode) mode and may run very near normal speeds. Power down and re-install that wire and does the tread work normally when not calibrating? Lastly, if the unit has had a lot of use, that lower board could have degraded capacitors on it that decay over time and become a bit lazy, not allowing enough drive current for the motor to calibrate at high speeds, and failing the cal routine? Is that lower maybe marked ASM-ACD3x or similar?You can email me at jatinahATrocketmailDOTcom for more help if needed. Good Luck!

Dec 12, 2016 | Matrix Exercise & Fitness

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I have recently installed treadmill motor brushes but now treadmill is not calibrating,calibration takes start and when calibration comes to check the slow speed it stuck there and keep calibrating it


Hi There, Please check that you have the small feedback connectors snug and proper. Some treads have them on a front or rear roller and some also have a motor feedback. Or - Try to power down and back up and try to run treadmill normally, not in cal mode, and see if the unit responds to your speed selections correctly. During "calibrations" the upper board (usually) is looking for a specific feedback signal, if it cannot be found it usually stops the tread, but in cal mode it may sit there waiting for it's feedback sweet-spot before continuing. What make, year and model of tread?

Jun 02, 2016 | Exercise & Fitness

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My treadmill runs for 9 secons and stops and shows E1


Ok. So the first thing to try is to calibrate the speed.
You do this by doing the following:
  • With the SAFETY KEY in place, hold the ELEVATION UP and SPEED DOWN buttons for five seconds. The console will beep twice, "ENG0" will appear in the Distance window, and a number will appear in the Elevation window.
  • Press SELECT until "ENG3" appears; this is for Auto-Calibration.
  • Press START to Auto-Calibrate.
  • The treadmill will calibrate minimum and maximum speed, and minimum and maximum elevation. When Auto-Calibration is complete, the treadmill will reset to User's start screen. This process takes three to five minutes.
Make sure there are no errors. . .and that the speed goes from super slow to super fast and then stops. . .. if it stays slow. . or stays fast. .or error code appears during calibration, there is a problem.
If after a good calibration sequence, if it still does the stopping and E-1 after 10 seconds. ., then you need to (Power off and disconnect treadmill). . .then unplug the speed sensor from the lower power board, blow into the connector on the wire, and add a little contact cleaner spray to the connector on the board.
Recap: If it actually runs. . .but stops after a few seconds. . but the calibration runs and passes fine. .. .more than likely it is a speed sensor misread or a faulty speed sensor.

Sep 30, 2014 | Triumph 400T Treadmill

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Stuck in elevated


RUN the software calibration for diagnostic, troubleshooting and fix it.

However try to lube the motor , rack, and pinion, adjust the POT, and fix it. see the diagrams
God bless you
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Oct 16, 2012 | Matrix T3x Treadmill Deck Treadbed Parts

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How do you calibrate a york treadmill?


yes you must read the instruction manual for software calibration.
or open the hood motor, and read the instruction attached.
or you must call to York supply for customer service and ask them where is located in case that you will not find them.

God bless you

Jul 12, 2012 | Exercise & Fitness

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I have a vision T9500 treadmill. My husband was recalibrating and it got stuck in the highest position and is displaying E5 in the window. Any ideas how to get it down?


hi,
Try AUTO-CALIBRATION first. For that do the following.

With the safety key in place, turn the treadmill ON . Press and hold SELECT. Now you can perform auto-calibration by pressing START.

(The treadmill will run through minimum and maximum speed and elevation. This will take 3 to 5 minutes. Let the treadmill perform this complete function. "END" will appear when auto-calibration is complete. When auto-calibration is complete, it will take about 30 seconds for the treadmill to reboot and return to the start-up screen)


If it doesn't help then the motor control module is faulty. You have to replace or repair the motor control module.

OK

Aug 27, 2011 | Dmm Vision Fitness T9500 Treadmill

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Kettler atlantis 51L error!!!! what is the solutions?


Hi,

I will advice you try re-calibrate your treadmill, follow the procedure below to re-calibrate it,

Step 1 Stand on the side rails of the treadmill for safety purposes. Remove the safety key. Step 2 Press and hold the two incline buttons. The incline buttons are blue and on the left side of the display. Hold the up and down button simultaneously. Release the buttons when the display reads "Calibration."
Step 3 Press the green start button located either above or below the large, red stop button (depending on your model). Stay on the side rails as the treadmill belt begins to move. Both the speed and incline should go through their full range from lowest to highest, and then back down again.
Step 4 Repeat the process if the display does not read "Calibration Successful." Contact the business where you purchased your treadmill if repeating the calibration process does not result in a successful calibration.

Aug 17, 2011 | Exercise & Fitness

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I turned on my treadmill after a long hiatus :) and got an error message and a beep. The errors were E4, E9 and a few others. It is a Vision Fitness T9400HRT model. Any idea how to fix?


E4: Solution 1. Check power to the treadmill, as insufficient voltage to the treadmill can cause this error to reoccur. Check the power socket that the tread is plugged into. Eliminate any extension cords or surge protectors (plug the tread directly into a functional power source). Make sure the circuit is not overloaded. Make sure the circuit is NON-GFI. 2. Calibrate (See engineering mode for specific treadmill). 3. If calibrations do not hold, replace upper console. Note: Usually simultaneous with an E6. E6: Solution 1. Check the elevation plug connection at the lower board. 2. Check ALL large data cable connection at the lower and upper boards. 3. Calibrate (See engineering mode for specific treadmill) 4. Test/change large data cable (use large data cable information provided in the data cable portion of this Guide). 5. Replace elevation motor E7/E9: Solution 1. Certain lower boards have an LED that flashes when the magnet on the roller passes the sensor. Adjust sensor position if LED does not flash. See lower board basic troubleshooting for lower boards with the LED. 2. Unplug RPM sensor at the lower board. Check continuity. Treadmill will operate without sensor but cannot Autocalibrate. Calibrate manually. 3. Replace RPM sensor TREADMILL.TROUBLESHOOTING. AUTO CALIBRATION STEP 1 ENTER ENGINEERING MODE • With the SAFETY KEY in place, hold the “ELEVATION UP” and “SPEED DOWN” buttons for 5 seconds. “DGA3” will appear in the profile window and “EHG1” will appear in the function window. • You are now in ENGINEERING MODE STEP 2 ENTER AUTO CALIBRATIONS • Press the “ELEVATION UP” or “SPEED UP” to “EHG4”. • Press “SELECT”. STEP 3 • Press “START”. The treadmill will calibrate itself. This will take about 3 to 5 minutes. When AUTO is complete, “END” will appear in the window. Wait 10 to 15 seconds and the treadmill will reset itself to “P1”. STEP 4 • Press “START” to test the treadmill

May 04, 2010 | Exercise & Fitness

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