Question about Nautilus Exercise & Fitness
I have the same issue - it Shows "E2" on the time Display...
I already checked the Speed sensor and inclination potentiometer and both are OK... Moreover, I found that EEPROM Memory (Microchip 93LC46) is broken (reads "00"). After replacing it, I Need a way to reset / recalibrate the treadmill. I found on some Forums that there shall be a key combination (Speed+ & Start / Stop or similar) but None works for me. Could you please (if available) post the User Manual page describing the calibration entry? Or, maybe, advice a way to calibrate the 1050? Even the EEPROM Content (I guess the it is an issue) will be really helpful. Thank you in advance,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: When I switch on my
This error displays that the motor controller is faulty and needs replacing. However the first thing to do is turn off the treadmill mains power and unplug it. Then check all the wring from the motor and computer and ensure that all the connectors are firmly located in the sockets and that the connectors to the motor controller are firmly located and that there are no signs of burning around the motor controller unit. Then check the motor for continuity. If all this is OK then the motor controller will need replacing.
Also make sure that the belt and deck is correctly lubricated every 6 months and every 3 months with daily heavy useage.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
TrimLine was part of Nautilus until they were phased out Your problem sounds like the lower board is causing the problem. Not knowing where you are located it would be hard to direct you to a servicer near you , but ultimately you will need to call and see if you are comfortable in the way they handle you over the phone. If you are game to repair this the only tool you will need is a phillips screw driver. Unplug the unit pull off motor shroud and you will see a lower electronics board get a pencil and pad make a drawing of board ( stick man drawing good enough) and make notation of where all the connection go to check it twice before disconnecting and usually their are only 4 screws holding the board. Now you may purchase this board Treadmill Doctors.com just them M# and Ser# and they should be able to help you. Good Luck!!
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
This is a speed sensor error. Unplug the unit then remove the motor shroud locate the power board with LED lights plug in unit locate the 5v DC if this is on then replace the speed sensor.The sensor is located on the frame by the front roller pulley or on the Drive Motor itself. Call IconFitness @ 1800-999-3756.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
This is a common error on this machine.
The E3 error code indicates an overspeed warning.
The cause is excess drag on the walk belt or board. The drag prevents the belt from starting easily and the controller will send more power to the motor to accomodate the drag, but the controller sends to much power and thus the treadmill races. The controller then senses the overspeed and shuts it down and gives the E3 code.
The motor controller weakens over time because of the excessive amperage draw of the motor do to lack of lubrication (which wears the walk belt and walking deck).
Take an amperage reading of the motor it should be 2-3 amps with no one on it, with someone walking on it it should be around 6-12 amps. I would bet yours is elevated above 6-12 amps.The controller is dropping output because of the friction problem.
The first thing to try after testing the amperage is to lubricate the walking platform. Then retest and see if the amperage comes down and it doesn't shut off.
If it does then the next step would be to replace the walking deck. If the amperage still is up you may need to replace the walk belt second and finally if after replacing the deck and belt, if the unit is still shutting down replace the motor controller.
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
Hope i helped you.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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