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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try this calibration procedure.
Turn the power switch on. Remove the safety key. Hold the Stop and Speed Up or Speed Plus buttons down then insert the safety key.
The display should show some numbers.
Press the stop key one time and the display should show some other numbers and some 00's. Press the Incline Up button and see if the Incline begins to move, if it does let it go all the way up and then all the way down, wait a few seconds after it stops, then hit the stop key 4 times. It should be calibrated. If it didn't move then the board or the incline motor is bad.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
HI, its seems like the belt on the motor has either slipped off, or you just need to tighten it. best way to find out is to take off the front pannel showing the motor. then stand on the treadmill. start it and you will see the problem.
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
Follow the instructions found in your manual for incline calibration first. With the safety key/magnet in, press incline up, remove the key while the numbers are changing, release the incline button then reinstall the safety key. The incline should calibrate.
If the motor moves, then stops b4 completing it's cycle, the incline sensor may be defective. The sensor is the black cap/wire coming out of the top of the motor. Make sure it is connected properly.
If the sensor is defective, you have to order the complete motor to repair the problem The sensor can be replaced without replacing the motor, but it is not available as a replacement part..
Part #249516 around $110....
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
Manuals can be downloaded at http://www.iconservice.com/CustomerService/manuals
First perform an incline calibration.
Insert the safety key/magnet. Press the incline up button. While the numbers are changing, remove the key. Release the incline up button and reinsert the key/magnet. The machine should go to the top and then back to the bottom.
If it only starts then stops, the incline sensor may be defective. Be sure all the plugs are secure on the controller board.
If the sensor is defective, you will need to order a new incline motor..
If the incline motor does not move at all, the controller may be defective..
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
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