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I have an old kettler LCD 6K tradmill.The safety key has snapped in the machine.can it be replaced? the treadmill keeps stopping so wondered if this was a safety mechanism


A magnetic read switch is used as the safety switch in treadmill. And the key you use is magnet. First of all try to by a new key and the check. Sometimes the magnetic property can change after years of use and can lead to such problems that you are facing now.

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Hi There, does this machine adjust resistance with a turn knob or via electronic buttons? If it's a crank or turn style resistance adjustment, this is usually positioning a pair of magnets near a spinning disk inside that front cover. Electrical "magnetic" resistance units use an Eddy-Current brake system which also produces a magnetic field near the spinning disk, either way the magnetic attraction properties will stop any metal (conductive) disk from spinning, or at least provide a resistance to it spinning ;o) Crank tension units have a cable and pulley system inside. Good Luck

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Go to walmart and look in kitchen goods. Look for refrigerator magnets and find small one... It will work... Looks cute too.

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please follow this stepa and see the diagram attached.
E03': No sensor signal. Sensor wire is faulty, replace the sensor wire. Magnetic sensor wire is not worlingm change the magnetic wire or reset the magnet.

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Sole treadmill says "INITIAL" on the screen and won't run. This occurred after I removed the magnetic emergency stop switch.


Normally you must put the key in the hole, after you press the button start and ready.
However I recommend you to follow the instr. manual for easy start. Since that every manufacturer has a little diferrent mode of start. If you do not have it download free from
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