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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove console knobs form the back of the console, lift the up, and disconnect the 20 pin cable from the console. Get a multi meter go to dc volts 100v range. On the connector you will be testing for 12 to 19 volts. When Looking at the connector the connector nipple should be pointing left starting form the bottom left odds numbers right bottom even you will hunt for pin 1 Neg pin 10 Pos. If all voltage readings are within 12 to 19 volts and the console is not powering up , then either replace or have the console repaired.
National Gym Parts can help with process go to http://www.gympart.com/
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
This could be the hub assembly slipping I would replace this assembly and the pedal chains call National Gym Supply @ 800-496-7278 and get pricing for the hub assembly and step chain ( L & R )
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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