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Check the cable from console to motor control board. It would be a detachable connector on both ends. Try removing and reconnecting it. Sometime such problems can occur because of the bad contacts of connectors.Please remember to remove the power before attempting any service inside treadmill.
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Try to RUN the software calibration for troubleshooting. However test the elevation motor, Lube THE MOTOR : shaft +gear+adjust the small POT for increase performance. see the diagram attached. God bless you
please proceed according and fix it. See the diagram for troubleshooting and see my personal TIPS for motor help. "E04": Incline motor wrong, check if the VR of the incline motor connects well or replug it. The mark of the DC motor and control board should be matched connected. Sometimes you also test the wires from motor and restart the treadmill
The way to avoid this when parking the car on a hill is to apply the parking brake first, allow the car to settle in position by easing off the regular brakes, then put car in park. When it is time to go put the car in gear then release the parking brake. Let the parking brake do all the work. This problem is common to most cars with an automatic transmission. The weight of the car is pressing against the parking mechanism inside the transmission. Many folks have to resort to having a friend rock the car forwards and back to free up the parking mechanism.