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Fuel FT94. 2 years old. 408 miles. Use: walking. Problem: LS error when 3.5MPH is exceeded. Troubleshoot through Fuel service by phone. Replaced motor, speed sensor, and opto-chip on control board. Relocated speed sensor to 1/16th inch of flywheel. Negative results on all corrective action. I think I need to replace the control board, but $200 is too steep. Any advice? Thanks in advance.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replaced the motor controls
Is there a sheet of paper under the motor hood? It has the procedures for this calibration of the motor speed. Caution ! You should use a plastic screwdriver to make adjustment to the speed control on the motor controller. It is high voltage
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Hello There, Thank you for all the information. It appears as if your walk belt is worn. What is happening is the friction from the bottom of the belt is actually causing the motor to overheat (there is a thermal cutout inside where the 2 blue wires go) When the belt wears the cloth on the underside becomes flattened out causing too much surface area to contact the walk board, thus the extra friction.
To check your walk board you can loosen the adjusting bolts on the rear and while lifting the walk board look underneath. If there is any wear/white areas then you will need to replace the board as well. You will be able to tell by just rubbing your hand across it and check for any places where the black film may be coming off.
Also the only time you really need to replace any of the rollers is when the bearings go bad or the pulley on the front roller separates. The rollers are about a 1% chance of causing this problem.
Good Luck! and great question, Tim
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
Unplug unit remove motor shroud then plug in unit hit start it and listen to where the sound is originating could be the drive belt or if you are walking on it then it could be the running deck post needs to be lubricated
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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