Question about Body Sculpture Bc1510 Exercise Bike
It has a battery in it it dont seem to do anything when i pedal it
Posted by Anonymous on
The display (timer) needs to be connected to a sensor on the bike.
Make sure the display is plugged into a cable coming out of the bike.
If it's plugged in and still doesn't work, then contact the manufacturer.
It could be,
1. a bad display. (possibly a broken PCB connection)
2. a bad sensor inside of the bike. They typically use a Reed switch.
3. a broken connection in the cable or connector
4. the magnet fell out of its location.
You can get a replacement monitor from the manufacturer. If this doesn't solve the problem then it's either the sensor or the connection.
You can also place a continuity tester across the 2 contacts of the connector that plugs into the display. The continuity tester should flash when you pedal the bike.
Here's a link where you can purchase a continuity tester.
You can also pickup a continuity tester at any auto parts store.
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