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Hello, E7 error means: - Elevation Motor Elevation Motor out of
Replace Elevation Motor
- Display Doesn't Lit Up
On/Off switch Check if unit is turned on
Insufficient Power Source Plug unit in a dedicated
120V, 20Amp Outlet
Line Cord Damaged Replace Line Cord
Fuse Check Fuse on MCB
Here is website with users manual and troubleshooting>
The error e03 is associated with a speed issue. Most likely a misaligned sensor which is a small black cylindrical piece about 1.5" long and will have a cord that runs from the lower board around the frame and points to the front drive pulley. It should be about 1-2 credit card widths away. Also check that the round magnet is still located in the front pulley. On most units an LED will light up on the LCB (lower control board) as the magnet passes the sensor. If your handy enough to check continuity then look for an open/closed signal as that magnet passes. If this all checks out then very likely you have an LCB issue. You can however also check the motor brushes and run the motor separate which is another topic
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FitFix Inc Fitness equipment sales service and repairs
"E03': No sensor signal. Sensor wire is faulty, replace the sensor wire. Magnetic sensor wire is not working replace see the diagram attached.However clean it. and tight the connector very well.God bless you
I will answer my own problem here, maybe it will help someone else. After BH North America customer service told me I needed a new lower control board and I had to spend $100+, it wasn't the board. Then they said it was the speed sensor, they sent that out for free, that wasn't it. Now, they would not respond to me. So, we went off the troubleshooting guide saying it was a connection problem between the upper and lower board. My husband opened up the "leg" of the treadmill and checked the connections (cutting the tie cords that hold the wires tightly in place, maybe too tightly and that's what caused them to come unplugged) and now the belt runs! So, BH got another 100 dollars of my money, on top of the original $800 and solved nothing and then ignored my emails. Horrible customer service and when this one finally bites the dust, I will never purchase a machine from them again. P.S. This treadmill is only approx. 2 yrs old.