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The following link is to a manual for your model. This should provide some insight before disassembling the unit. The most important part is to label the connection wires so that you are sure where they go when you put it back together. Also be considerate of any pinch points so that you do not accidentally pinch or crimp any wires when putting it back together.
Most people will be able to relate to your problem, I have had many complications trying to put together home gym apparatus of kind or another.
It sounds to me as if the manufacturers do not product test their goods well before dispatch, so they assume that it will just fit all together if you have all the right bolts. If you have followed all of the instructions to the best of your ability, I would suggest contacting the supplier of the machine and ask for their assistance in putting it together.
If it is under warranty, then you should be able to ask for someone to come out and put it together for you for free. If not, then return the item and get it delivered for free under warranty in complete working order.
Sounds Like a Motor control Board,they don’t often fail on their own though; usually it’s because you failed to lubricate the belt at the manufacturer scheduled maintenance periods that is specified in your owners manual. Go to iconfitness.com click on customer service then replacement parts put in manufacturer name and model name it will give a listing of parts , availability and pricing.