Question about HEALTHRIDER S300i Treadmill Motor Control Board 14470
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have power in the wall outlet by plugging in a lamp, etc. into the same
outlet the treadmill is plugged into to test. Plug it in the exact same
receptacle. Sometimes in an outlet one receptacle will work and the other
Make sure any breakers are fuses that may have tripped or blown have been reset or replaced.. Use the same type of fuse. Changing the value of the fuse can be dangerous or cause a fire.
Make sure the power switch is turned on and the safety key is inserted into the console if you have a safety key.
Look for any test lights on the power boards beneath the motor hood. Use caution when removing the motor hood because you may still have electricity in the motor area even if the treadmill is unplugged.
Test for a motor control failure. Typically if you have a failure, the treadmill will continue to turn on and operate normally until you try to input speed. If the treadmill operates on what we call a closed-loop system, it will give you some type of error message. If it operates on an open-loop system, the computer will run normally but the motor will not turn.
If you have a multimeter, you can test to make sure you have DC output from the controller spades. First make sure you have 120 VAC going in to the controller. On most controls, you can use a linear taper potentiometer or jump the W and H circuits of the control with an insulated wire or insulated pliers and apply AC voltage. The DC output spades should output DC voltage if the control is good.
The motor can be tested by using a simple DC cordless drill or lantern battery. MAKE SURE TO USE A DC POWER SOURCE...DO NOT USE AN AC POWER SOURCE OR YOU CAN RUIN THE MOTOR.
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
SOURCE: I have a HealthRider S300i
you can try to rent a set at AutoZone. when you return it they will give your money back. try standard and metric. depending on manufacturer of treadmill.
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
1)See if flexible cable from display board is bending to lower board.
2)main motor board is faulty by worn deck belt.
3) burn motor faulty.
4) adjust the Potentionmeter from the motor (incline).
5)Defective gear in inclination motor.
See the block diagram
Posted on Dec 13, 2011
SOURCE: I have a Healthrider Softstrider
1) you have 3 problems: mechanical+ electrical + electronic.
2) adjust the tensions from deck bel + drive belt motor
3)test the main motor without load and see what happen.
4)test the main motor board and see what happen.
see block diagram
Posted on Dec 13, 2011
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