Question about Exercise & Fitness
I have had my Treadclimber for a little over 2 years, this is my second. I workout 100 minutes every morning. I lubricate the treadles when I am told to by the machine. I also lube inbetween times. I use the silicon based lubricant from Bowflex. The machine has been running hot (Smell). I typically start out at a 3.1 speed and work up to 3.7. Yesterday it locked out with an error code of H-23. I think the worn belts have increased the loading on the motor and resulted in burning up the motor. I haven't been able to locate that error code in either the owners manual or the shop maintenance manual. I can only reset the error code by unplugging the machine and plugging it back up. This morning it stopped and re-displayed H-23. I figured I need new belts, but with the vibration and noise I heard this morning, I am wondering if I need to get a new machine. How many miles should they last. I figure I have about 3600 miles on mine. Questions; what is H-23? Should I get a new machine, or new belts for this one?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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ecalibrate the machine if speed is not registering, belts stop turning or the display readout shows an "err, LS, OS" on the face. Calibrate the TreadClimber by plugging it in. Stand on the foot platforms, or floor mat. Do not stand on the walking belt. Insert the safety key. Press the "start" key when "CAL/PRSS/STRT" shows on the readout. If readout fails to show the "CAL/PRSS/STRT" symbol, turn off machine and turn it back on. Press "ENTER" and then "DOWN SPEED" at the same time until "CAL/PRSS/STRT" shows up on the display. Belts will start and stop during the calibration; do not be alarmed. Do not make any adjustments or interrupt the display of numbers as the unit goes through the calibrations. When the machine is finished calibrating, the readout will display "CAL...PASS" and you can press the "POWER" key to get out of the calibration section.
sincerely. God bless you.
managua, nicaragua. c.a
Posted on Feb 16, 2012
This is a common error in this kind of machine. You must call to the company bowflex, and claim the problem. The hardware design is defective, they will replace.
However you will the same problem, if you do not act right now.
God bless you
Posted on May 10, 2012
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