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T60f treadmill, intermitent "motor overload problem" what does this mean?

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two , you have blown the overload resistor on the motor control board (mcb) to check this unplug treadmill and remove the steel motor control box from under the hood remove the motor control board from inside the box and inspect it for damage and /or electrical burn smell
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begin to explain what you mean E203 according to the technical manual:
High Motor Overload caused by one of the following:

1: Runner heavier than weight/speed envelope in conjunction with significant deck wear.

Recomendation: Restric use to people within the weight/speed specifications and check deck wear, replace if necessary.

2: Motor lead disconnected or loose

Recomendation: Check the motor leads to ensure all leads are connected. One loose or disconnected lead will cause the overload.

3: Electrical failure on the drive electronics

Recomendation: replace VSD (Electronic board)
at this point I suggest you check, a small electronic card that is in front of the machine. withdraw the engine cover and you can see it. has mounted two black wheels attached to each other. these are two thermistors are burned if you should change them. because if you change the VSD will cost you dearly

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I will assume that the belt is not rubbing on anything. There is a long roller that is on a shaft. The roller is what the belt is on. Oil the area where the shaft and the roller meet on both sides. It shouldn't take more then a few drops of oil or a short spray of WD-40.

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