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Where can I purchase a replacement part from the eddy mechanism off Sears Pro-form 120R model # 831.21911.0. The broken plastic part that holds the magnet and resistance cables together is shattered .


Go to iconservice.com On the left there is a link for replacement parts. Plug in your model number and then find the part number for the eddy mech.

Jun 13, 2017 | Exercise & Fitness

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How to repair incline on Nordictrack 3000 when lowering it damages plastic housing


You have to check the position switches at both upper and lower position of the incline. If the switch or sensor is faculty then the incline Motor will not stop and will go beyond the limit.
of you wish to get somoe more details about treadmill repair and maintenance then check the following link.
http://electro-medical.blogspot.com/

Jan 16, 2016 | NordicTrack Exercise & Fitness

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Nordictrack cx 1055 There is No Resistance. It used to take several seconds to get resistance. But now the resistance is Zero. The Ramp raises and lowers just fine. Is there a video somewhere showi


Sounds like a small control board may have died, more specifically, a failed capacitor or such. Resistance is often achieved by pulsing an "eddy current" brake driven by a transistor, or draining a generator charge electrically, which are attached to a central crank, which stiffens the torque required to rotate and the user sees this as a increase in resistance :-) you can always contact jatinah electronics for further help.

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How to fix error code 50 on EFX 5.21i?


Precor Error 50, Too Much Brake (Magnet) Current Probable Cause 1. Shorted or damaged wiring between the lower PCA and the eddy current magnet is the most common cause for this error.
2. Bad eddy current magnet.
3. Bad lower PCA.
Corrective Action
  1. Thoroughly inspect the eddy current wiring and connections ensuring that the wires are not shorted to the frame or shorted together. Repair or replace damaged wiring as necessary.
  2. Disconnect the wires from the eddy current magnet. Using an ohm meter, check for approximately 100 ohms across the eddy current magnet terminals. If the reading is considerably low, replace the eddy current magnet. Measure ohms between each eddy current magnet terminal and the frame ground. You should have no resistance between the eddy current magnet terminal and the frame ground. If resistance is present this would indicate a partial short, replace the eddy current magnet.
  3. If the eddy current magnet wiring and the eddy current magnet are both good from the above tests, replace the lower PCA.
Error 50 Too Much Brake Current on Precor Cardio Equipment

May 22, 2014 | Precor Exercise & Fitness

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Precor elliptical


Precor Error 50, Too Much Brake (Magnet) Current Probable Cause 1. Shorted or damaged wiring between the lower PCA and the eddy current magnet is the most common cause for this error.
2. Bad eddy current magnet.
3. Bad lower PCA.
Corrective Action
  1. Thoroughly inspect the eddy current wiring and connections ensuring that the wires are not shorted to the frame or shorted together. Repair or replace damaged wiring as necessary.
  2. Disconnect the wires from the eddy current magnet. Using an ohm meter, check for approximately 100 ohms across the eddy current magnet terminals. If the reading is considerably low, replace the eddy current magnet. Measure ohms between each eddy current magnet terminal and the frame ground. You should have no resistance between the eddy current magnet terminal and the frame ground. If resistance is present this would indicate a partial short, replace the eddy current magnet.
  3. If the eddy current magnet wiring and the eddy current magnet are both good from the above tests, replace the lower PCA.
Error 50 Too Much Brake Current on Precor Cardio Equipment

May 22, 2014 | Exercise & Fitness

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Precor brake error 50


Precor Error 50, Too Much Brake (Magnet) Current Probable Cause 1. Shorted or damaged wiring between the lower PCA and the eddy current magnet is the most common cause for this error.
2. Bad eddy current magnet.
3. Bad lower PCA.
Corrective Action
  1. Thoroughly inspect the eddy current wiring and connections ensuring that the wires are not shorted to the frame or shorted together. Repair or replace damaged wiring as necessary.
  2. Disconnect the wires from the eddy current magnet. Using an ohm meter, check for approximately 100 ohms across the eddy current magnet terminals. If the reading is considerably low, replace the eddy current magnet. Measure ohms between each eddy current magnet terminal and the frame ground. You should have no resistance between the eddy current magnet terminal and the frame ground. If resistance is present this would indicate a partial short, replace the eddy current magnet.
  3. If the eddy current magnet wiring and the eddy current magnet are both good from the above tests, replace the lower PCA.
Error 50 Too Much Brake Current on Precor Cardio Equipment

Nov 26, 2013 | Exercise & Fitness

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I have an Error message 50 coming up when iturn on my eliptical


Precor Error 50, Too Much Brake (Magnet) Current Probable Cause 1. Shorted or damaged wiring between the lower PCA and the eddy current magnet is the most common cause for this error.
2. Bad eddy current magnet.
3. Bad lower PCA.
Corrective Action
  1. Thoroughly inspect the eddy current wiring and connections ensuring that the wires are not shorted to the frame or shorted together. Repair or replace damaged wiring as necessary.
  2. Disconnect the wires from the eddy current magnet. Using an ohm meter, check for approximately 100 ohms across the eddy current magnet terminals. If the reading is considerably low, replace the eddy current magnet. Measure ohms between each eddy current magnet terminal and the frame ground. You should have no resistance between the eddy current magnet terminal and the frame ground. If resistance is present this would indicate a partial short, replace the eddy current magnet.
  3. If the eddy current magnet wiring and the eddy current magnet are both good from the above tests, replace the lower PCA.

Error 50 Too Much Brake Current on Precor Cardio Equipment

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