Motor would stop at random. Now it doesn't want to go at all. Display console is lit all the time so it shouldn't be a 120 volt power issue. Incline works, heart monitor works. No loose wires detected. fuse on board is good.
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If its a Icon Health and Fitness branded treadmill (proform,image ,healthrider etc.)The safety key activates the on off switch for the console. (micro switch activated by safety key)Check for 9-12v going to console. Unless it has a magnet switch. What brand and model ?
Plug the indicated end of the Transformer into the Rear Mech Cover . Plug the other end of the Transformer into a 120-volt outlet. All indicators and displays on the console will flash once; the console will then be ready for use. The motor may be heard while the resistance system calibrates itself. Important: Always plug in the transformer when using the resistance system.
Then, press and hold the NEXT button and the motorize resistance + button for five seconds. When the buttons are released, a number will appear in the REPS display. Press the NEXT button again, and then press the MOTORIZED RESISTANCE + button; this will start the recalibration process. This may take a few seconds as the motor moves between the lowest and highest resistance settings. When the motor finishes, unplug the transformer from the 120-volt outlet.
If you cannot hear the motor reset it self or cannot see display then with multi meter check DC voltage if not replace transformer , if you have DC voltage you will need to remove the cover locate the motor assembly disconnect the assembly from the upper electronics. Then apply a 12v DC voltage to the motor and see if it engages easily if not then replace motor. If motor functions properly replace connector back on the motor and use a multi meter connect it to motor and plug in the transformer and you should see DC voltage going to motor if not replace upper console.
If your treadmill has an optical speed sensor and hasn't been cleaned
for a while, dust, dirt or lint may be obstructing the infared eye of
the speed sensor. Try cleaning the treadmill.
Or maybe you need to replace the upper display, although, you may
have a loose wiring harness that would cause the same problems. Open
the motor case and verify the wiring harness is plugged into the lower
board snugly. Also, remove the upper console and verify the harness
is plugged into the back of the console snugly as well.
inspect the components and try and isolate the source of the problem
yourself first, before contacting a dealer for parts, as they can cost