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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a Genki treadmill that i cannot get fixed, so if you would like the safety key please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org and i will send it to you.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
You will need to check the speed sensor for proper alignment and function. it should be located near the front roller or mounted on the motor. It should be within a credit cards width of the magnet or toothed wheel. If properly adjusted check with an ammeter to see if it is opening and closing by manually spinning the front roller or motor flywheel. If it isn't replace the sensor. If it is functioning make sure you are getting 5vdc to it across the wires. If you are not replace the upper control board(console). If you are getting the proper voltage then replace the lower control board(motor controller).
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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Issue might be that a magnet has fallen off. Here's an illustrated guide that should make fixing it easy: http://fixmytreadmill.blogspot.com/2010/10/how-to-fix-treadmill-e1-error.html
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
1) Lube the shaft and gear from elevation motor
2) Tight the connection motor very well.
3) Adjust the potentiomenter from elevation motor
4) Measure the voltage input.
5) Try to RUN the software calibration for diagnose, and troubleshooting see the block diagram.
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Posted on Jun 13, 2012
If the computer is out of warranty, you dont have anything to loose. Have the northbridge and video chips re-flowed. You can do this using a heat gun, but
you have to be very careful not to destroy your board. This is a similar problem that XBOX360 owners were having with the red ring of death. These boards run very hot and over time and many cycles of heating up and cooling off the
chipsets separate from the mainboard and your computer becomes useless.
I dont have a board in front right now but if my memory serves me right place
the board in front of you so the hard drive connections are on the left side of
the board and the CPU socket is facing up. the 2 chips you want to work on
are just to the right of the CPU socket and just above the CPU socket. Be
sure to remove the CPU before you put any heat on these chips. Use circular
motions with the heat gun on HIGH. You may need to get some flux to put around each chip before doing this, but in my case I didnt have to. There was plenty there already. Computer worked for about 6-7 months after my fix and then needed the same repair again. If you want to see this done there are a lot of videos on the XBOX360 being done on youtube so to kinda give you an idea of how to do it. Might not be worth the trouble and you might be better off parting out the machine and just buy another one. Its all up to you, I hope this helps
I just bought a new system
Posted on Aug 24, 2012
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