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I have a life fitness treadmill. My four year old son got too close while I was running and got his blanket sucked in the bottom side of the belt. I cannot pull it out. Any ideas?

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You should be able to access the belt spools by removing the side covers. Then try and turn the spools in the opposite direction to pull the blanket free. If this doesn't help listhe model, series and make of your unit and I can help you out.

Posted on May 18, 2014

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Sounds like you need a new lower board replacement. You can get that for that treadmill by call lifefitness or sportsmith.com Please rate me good

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Follow the steps from the user/assembly manual in reverse. Find the manual here:
http://us.home.lifefitness.com/resources/content/8/2/0/documents/T3%20Manual.pdf

Installation begins around page 9

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startup error on life fitness treadmill

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Error 1 - Start up error. This is caused because the belt was commanded to move and the opto (speed sensor on the motor) has not seen any movement or the belts movement was interrupted prior to it reaching its commanded speed. To fix Verify opto operation in Diagnostics, Motor Test
Mode, Section 2. Verify DC voltage at connector P6 pins 1 and 2. Verify that LED 4 on the Motor Controller flashes as the motor moves. Let me know if you need any more help. Fitness Fix-It

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SOURCE: I have a life fitness treadmill and put new wax in

you will need to go into service menu by pressing and holding the pause button then pressing the clear button twice , continue holding the pause until the service menu appears. then use the arrow up and select maintenance press enter then either use arrow up or down scroll and say refill waxer system or replacing wax bag press enter, this will reset upper console. Upon completion of this the go back into the diagnostic menu select system test press enter scroll up or down to waxer manual mode hit quick start and that will fire up the wax pump and your done

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How old is this machine?
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Dear Sir:

I will indicate some Tips for maintenance:

Any equipment is difficult to survie without a properly maintenance.

But you can do something very simple.
Cleaning Dirt and debris is a major cause of premature belt and deck wear. Clean between the belt and the deck once per week. Also clean the small exposed areas of the deck on each side of the belt. Dirt tends to accumulate in these areas. Wipe down the entire treadmill once per week. The outside surface of the belt can be cleaned with a damp sponge or cloth. Vacuum or wipe up the area around your treadmill at the same time. You should clean the motor area three or four times per year. Unplug the treadmill before removing the cover. Follow the instructions in your owner's manual for removing the cover. Carefully vacuum the dust and debris from around the motor.2)
Lubrication Read and follow your owner's manual for lubrication recommendations. Some treadmills do not require lubrication. In fact, unnecessary lubrication can cause damage. Many decks are made of materials that do not require lubrication or are pre-impregnated with wax. Lubricating these types of decks can actually increase the friction between the belt and deck, which can lead to motor damage. If your treadmill does require lubrication or waxing, follow the manufacturers guidelines.
Belt Tension Belt tension is pre-adjusted at the factory, however, new belts will stretch and require readjustment. If the belt is too loose, it will slip and cause excessive wear to both the belt and the deck. If the belt is too tight, it will cause wear to the rollers and to the motor. The belt should be set just tight enough so that is does not slip. With the belt running slowly, stomp your foot forcefully down and slightly forward on the belt. If you feel the belt slip, tighten both bolts 1/4 turn. Again, follow your manual for instructions specific to your make and model.
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I hope this will be keep your safe with your equipment.

blessing.

sincerely.

E.CUADRA
MANAGUA, NICARAGUA. C.A

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