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have to remove the fly wheel nut then remove the fly wheel. to remove the fly wheel first take off the nut on top, then use a puller if you have one or pry up on the fly wheel and tap the top shaft to it gets loose, there is a notch in the fly wheel and one on the shaft make sure you remove the broken key first then line up the two notches and insert a new pin, you can buy them at any mower shop,, or look it up on u tube on how to remove fly wheel and pin, hope this helps,
1) tight the bolts tension for magnet and clean very well. and proof..if the fail 2) go to test the magnet, use again the magnet from your refrigerator magnet, for attraction and repulsion. If do not pass the TEST replace the magnet in any Hardware such home depot, etc. God bless you
Unplug the power supply give it about 30 second then plug the unit back in you should hear the servo motor resetting itself. If not you may have remove the side panels to inspect the magnetic boot and assembly to see if the servo motor is physically moving or not.
Also check if the Drive belt it may have come off the fly wheel and large pulley assembly.
If the belt is in place then to test the motor simply apply 12v DC to the motor leads then reverse the leads to to if their is movement. If not or hesitates replace motor if good we may have upper console problems.and will need to replaced. Call Icon Fitness @ 1-800-999-3756
Without hearing it I would only be guessing, however I believe starter solenoid is a good guess.
When you turn the key the first position it applies power to the vehicles ignition coil and other operational components. The second position applies power to the starter solenoid which moves the starter gear against the fly wheel so the starter motor can crank the engine to start the combustion process. If the solenoid does not move the small gear against the big gear you will hear the starter motor running with no resistance producing a high pitch whine.Some of the gears could be missing on the fly wheel but it would not start unless you physically moved the vehicle forward to manually move the fly wheel.
Therefore, I would have the starter (starter and solenoid are usually together) checked or replaced. If you have some mechanical knowledge you could do it yourself with minimal tools.I believe turning the key back is not helping you. You just need to turn off the ignition and try to start it again. Sooner or later the solenoid will fail completely and not work at all. I would not want to be stranded so I would fix it soon but it could work intermittently for a while.
it dont realy matter how far away it is,, but most bikes have the coil just under the fule tank,, thats about 1.5 feet from the fly wheel
the coil wont be upset if its bolted right above the fly wheel as there is nothing in it that the fly wheel can upset,,,,any magnets are all inside the fly wheel and will have little to no efect on the coil at all
first you need to get a fly wheel puller. then remove the nut in the middle of fly wheel,insert fly wheel puller,reverce thread,tighten pin and it will pop off fly wheel.when you put it back on remember to line up "woodruff key",its a little notch on fly wheel whitch lines up with a ridge on cam shaft. if you cant fix your problem and you have spark its probobly your coil and condencer.