Question about Bowflex Treadclimber
John Fehn on the tc 110v schematic pg36 of service manual I checked out the 8 pin connector that tells how much voltage is supposed to be coming out of the wires pin 1 supposed to be 5vdc I got nothing pin2 supposed to be 5 to 12vcd I get nothing Ive replaced the speed sensor still dont work when I start the calibration I can hear the click and it goes through whole cal. but nothing moves I dont know if I need a new mcb or if some place out there can rebuild them for a reasonable price thanks
Sounds like it's the controller. Those are very hard to find parts. Most repairs on Bowflex are nearly impossible after the machine is about 4 years old.
Posted on Jun 16, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
trace the jumper wire from the speed sensor over to the wiring harness. there is another, unused, wire that could have been connected by accident. The E1 error means the console isn't sensing the belt turning.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
SOURCE: I just replaced my speed
speed sensor works by sensing the holes on the disk that pass through it's transmitter and reciever led's once the disk block the path of communication of the sender and reciever there is a count of one and the indicator green light will blink this means the sensor is working.if the green light is steady lit this means that the senors are blocked you need to check the sensors.is it properly mounted,is there any materials blocking the sensor,,check for the voltage supply of the sensor there should be a 12v supply present.check the disk that the sensor read or the chain make sure that the sensor has a good reading distance...from the moving disk or is properly mounted...thank you.
Posted on Aug 21, 2011
1= do not panic
2= Lube the deck belt
3= lube the roller bearing
4= adjust the REED switch see the diagram attached, clean and tigh the wires connector very well
5= lube the motor elevation very well gear and shaft.
6= adjust the potentiometer of elevation motor,
7a readjust again the speed sensor, see the diagram attached,clean it and tight wires connector very well.
7= Run again the software calibration for diagnose and troubleshooting
see the block diagram and fix it , maybe the main motor board is faulty, test it with the RUN s.calibration. God bless you
Posted on Jul 08, 2012
Mine was saying the same thing however i checked that nothing was disconnected from the motherboard (MCB) especially in the back where the speed sensor wire is connected. I also had a hard time figuring out what to do with the Stiff business card but after looking at the diagram in the manual i figured where it was talking about. I fixed mine and ran a cal test and it passed. However now i am having problems with my belts getting stuck and i have also used treadmill lubricant. So I will have to look into it more to get my machine going as i have not been on it in a while now. Good Luck to you.
Posted on Apr 19, 2013
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