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No motor output to drive the belt

Have not got any voltage at the motor (red/black) spades on the controller pcb. The led's lights flicker on both power and controller pcb's and the voltage on the control panel incoming increase's with the operation of the speed control buttons on the console. Have also checked the motor with a 12v battery and it operates fine. The thermal sensor is closed and reed switch is clear. Any ideas????

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If speed ctrl LED is flickering and no DC output on motor spade then the motor control board is defective and needs to be replaced

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The SCR lower board is designed with diagnostic LED lights. The LED's are color coded according to
their specific function. Green indicates a properly operating treadmill; the green lights should always
be ON when power is supplied to the treadmill. Yellow indicates a treadmill function. Red indicates a
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MOTOR (yellow) - The MOTOR LED illuminates when dc (direct current) voltage is sent to the drive
motor. The LED gets brighter when the dc output is increased.
RLC (yellow) - The RLC (R = Reactance / L = Inductance / C = Capacitance) LED illuminates when
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there is a short in either component then the RLC light will not come on.
DN & UP (yellow) - The DN and UP LED lights tell us if the elevation DN and UP relays are
functioning properly. When the LED lights, it tells us that the relay has energized and is sending high
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AC PWR (green) - The AC PWR (Alternating Current Power) illuminates when AC line voltage is
delivered to the treadmill. It then passes through the in-line fuse (110)/s(220) and lights the AC PWR
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+12V (green) - When the proper AC voltage is delivered to the treadmill, passes through the in-line
fuse/s, through the full wave bridge rectifier (changes AC to DC), through the transformer (steps down
DC to +12vdc) then the +12V LED lights.
This the board LED, who control the signal for Main Motor+Elevation Motor. You must see, the LED DN+ UP( both will be Lit) in any position down or Up.
2) The RELAY board is designed with diagnostic LED lights. The LED's are color coded according to
their specific function. Green indicates a properly operating treadmill; the green lights should always
be ON when power is supplied to the treadmill. Yellow indicates a treadmill function. Red indicates a
treadmill malfunction. Here is a list of each LED and what it signifies:
AC PWR (green) - The AC PWR (Alternating Current Power) illuminates when AC line voltage is
delivered to the treadmill. It then passes through the in-line fuse (110)/s(220) and lights the AC PWR
LED.
VDC (green) - The VDC LED will light when it receives DC voltage from the DC power supply.
DN & UP (yellow) - The DN and UP LED lights tell us if the elevation DN and UP relays are
functioning properly. When the LED lights, it tells us that the relay has energized and is sending high
voltage (110vac or 220vac) to the elevation motor.
UPSW (green) - This LED will illuminate when the low voltage dc is delivered from the upper display
board to the elevation UP relay. This low voltage dc is what energizes the coil of the relay.
DNSW (green) - This LED will illuminate when the low voltage dc is delivered from the upper display
board to the elevation DOWN relay. This low voltage dc is what energizes the coil of the relay.
BELTSW (green) - This LED will illuminate when the low voltage dc is delivered from the upper
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SPD (yellow) - The SPD LED flashes on and off (relative to speed) when the speed sensor is
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PWM (yellow) - This LED will light when the upper board is sending a speed signal to the PWM.
Both the PWM LED and BELTSW LED must be lit for belt movement.
Finally this this Relay Board, the Each Led will be Lit, for any Relai control for DN down, or UP elevation motor. Use the contact cleaner, you can find it in R .Shack.
see the diagram attached.
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Dear Sir:1) Lube the deck belt, maybe you have a deck belt worn, and need replace.2) Test the input voltage for main motor, if there are the motor need repair or replace.3) Test the output voltage from main board for input voltage motor, if there are NOT, the board is faulty.4) See the drive belt and replace it.See my personal tips for HELPsincerely. God bless you

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The single most cause of no belt movement is failure of the DC motor control. Unplug the unit and remove motor shroud and look for any test lights on the power boards beneath the motor hood.
If you have a multimeter, you can test to make sure you have DC output from the controller spades. First make sure you have 120 VAC going in to the controller. On most controls, you can use a linear taper potentiometer or jump the W and H circuits of the control with an insulated wire or insulated pliers and apply AC voltage. The DC output spades should output DC voltage if the control is good , if it fails this test then motor control will need replacing.
One more test needs to be done to rule out the motor:
Cordless drill battery- get a fully-charged, 18 volt (preferred) cordless drill battery and on most treadmills connect the red and black motor leads to the battery (some have different colors but if you have two wires and get it hooked up backwards, the motor will just run backwards and won’t be harmed). If good, the motor should operate at about 1 MPH. this process can be done with a car or lantern battery you will get the same results.

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The single most cause of no motor output is failure of the DC motor control. Before you attempt to determine if it is the control, you must first rule out simple things.
1) Make sure you have power in the wall outlet by plugging in a lamp, etc. into the same outlet the treadmill is plugged into to test. Plug it in the exact same receptacle. Sometimes in an outlet one receptacle will work and the other won't.
2) Make sure any breakers are fuses that may have tripped or blown have been reset or replaced. Your local Radio Shack can help you test the fuses. Use the same type of fuse. Changing the value of the fuse can be dangerous or cause a fire.
3) Make sure the power switch is turned on and the safety key is inserted into the console if you have a safety key.
4) Look for any test lights on the power boards beneath the motor hood. Use caution when removing the motor hood because you may still have electricity in the motor area even if the treadmill is unplugged.
5) Test for a motor control failure. Typically if you have a failure, the treadmill will continue to turn on and operate normally until you try to input speed. If the treadmill operates on what we call a closed-loop system, it will give you some type of error message. If it operates on an open-loop system, the computer will run normally but the motor will not turn.
6) If you have a multimeter, you can test to make sure you have DC output from the controller spades. First make sure you have 120 VAC going in to the controller. On most controls, you can use a linear taper potentiometer or jump the W and H circuits of the control with an insulated wire or insulated pliers and apply AC voltage. The DC output spades should output DC voltage if the control is good.
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Cordless drill battery- get a fully-charged, 18 volt (preferred) cordless drill battery and on most treadmills connect the red and black motor leads to the battery (some have different colors but if you have two wires and get it hooked up backwards, the motor will just run backwards and won’t be harmed). If good, the motor should operate at about 1 MPH

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You wil lneed to unplug your unit the remove the motor shroud then plug unit in most Motor Control boards have LEDs. First thing I would do is start the unit look down at the board one of the light should start flickering this is a signal being sent to the lower board from your upper console. This tells me that the upper console and cable connecting the upper and lower boards is working also notice if the drive motor moved if not then E1 will come up. Now turn your unit off then turn back on to reset , next manually push with one of your feet the belt you should notice another flickering light the faster you push the light will flicker faster this tells me that the speed sensor is working if not replace the speed sensor. Next procedure check the motor using a fully 18v drill battery or car battery which ever is handy connect the two motor leads usually red and black in some cases black and white to the battery, if the motor move at a speed of approx. 1 mph then you have a good motor if not you can have worn motor brushes or open winding the motor.
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The single most cause of no motor output is failure of the DC motor control. Before you attempt to determine if it is the control, you must first rule out simple things. 1) Make sure you have power in the wall outlet by plugging in a lamp, etc. into the same outlet the treadmill is plugged into to test. Plug it in the exact same receptacle. Sometimes in an outlet one receptacle will work and the other won't. 2) Make sure any breakers are fuses that may have tripped or blown have been reset or replaced. Your local Radio Shack can help you test the fuses. Use the same type of fuse. Changing the value of the fuse can be dangerous or cause a fire. 3) Make sure the power switch is turned on and the safety key is inserted into the console if you have a safety key. 4) Look for any test lights on the power boards beneath the motor hood. Use caution when removing the motor hood because you may still have electricity in the motor area even if the treadmill is unplugged. 5) Test for a motor control failure. Typically if you have a failure, the treadmill will continue to turn on and operate normally until you try to input speed. If the treadmill operates on what we call a closed-loop system, it will give you some type of error message. If it operates on an open-loop system, the computer will run normally but the motor will not turn. 6) If you have a multimeter, you can test to make sure you have DC output from the controller spades. First make sure you have 120 VAC going in to the controller. On most controls, you can use a linear taper potentiometer or jump the W and H circuits of the control with an insulated wire or insulated pliers and apply AC voltage. The DC output spades should output DC voltage if the control is good. Next thing is to unplug the treadmill then check the motor with one these methods
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The single most cause of no motor output is failure of the DC motor control. Look for any test lights on the power boards beneath the motor hood. Use caution when removing the motor hood because you may still have electricity ( capacitors are charged) in the motor area even if the treadmill is unplugged.
If you have a multimeter, you can test to make sure you have DC output from the controller spades ( Drive Motor Connectors) by clipping on them and then pressing the start key you should have a DC voltage reading if not the controller board is defective.

The motor can be tested by using a simple DC cordless drill or lantern battery this will turn the motor if the motor is good the controller board will need replacement , if not their won't be any belt moment the problem is the motor then the motor will need to be replaced. ( if you don' t have a multi meter this method of testing simple and easy)

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No motor output to drive the belt


Sounds like that there is a short in the control board.

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