Question about Stairmaster 4600 Cl Cordless Freeclimber
Remove the cover on the side where the power cable goes in. There is a connector on the inside there. Inspect the wires going from the inside cover to the alternator. Sometimes the wire pulls out of the connectors. Other than that you will need to troubleshoot all the wires with a meter and see where your power is getting lost.
with regard to ur pedal loosing tension and going down once u step on it... it cud be DRIVE SPROCKET ASSEMBLY... kindly check them and have them replaced if need be....
A good tech support line is National Gym Supply if you know how to use a meter, know the names of the parts, these guys can help.
u can contact them at
here is the link where u can get replacement parts for ur models.....
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Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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