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T916 tredmill turns on, but then says it needs calibration and the motor doesn't turn the belt.

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SOLUTIONS TO E1 PROBLEMS IN TREDMILLS


Dear Sir:
adjust the speed sensor, clean, and tight very well.see the diagram attached

2) Test the input voltage motor, if there are THE MOTOR need repair

3) Tes the output voltage in the main motor board , if there are Not, the board is faulty.

Of course run the software calibration aftr you fix it.

sincerly. God bless you
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Error 7 how to fix for tredmill


Dear Sir:

This is indicating problem with your elevation motor.

Please check the connection, and tight, lubricate the gear + shaft .

Test the motor is o.k or faulty.
Run the software calibration for easy diagnose and troubleshooting.

See my personal TIPS for diagnose and Help.

sincerely. God bless you.

Ernesto Cuadra
Managua, Nicaragua.

Mar 05, 2012 | Exercise & Fitness

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How do i fix an e07 error on carl lewis tredmill or does any1 know why it has happenend?


1) Make calibration for to help to diagnoctic the troubleshooting in acording with your owner manual, The steps are under the hood.

2) You must adjuts the speed sensor, and tight the connector.

3) The main motor can be faulty. test the voltge withouth load 115vac.
4) The controller motor board had been faulty. Test for input voltage 115 VDC. and +5VDC for input for display board.
5) Test the transformer for primary voltage 115 vac, AND SECONDARY voltage. 6) Adjust for mechanical the deck belt, 7) Lubricate the deck belt.8)See the block diagram that I did for people like you. and take the diagnostic for better result.
The error code e7- could be the same for e1 , only vary from manufacturers. If you need parts. you can go www.weslo.com or www. proforma.com or www. reedbook. com they represent to carl lewis manufactering.

sincerely. Merry Christmas.

ernesto cuadra
mnagua, nicaragua
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I have a pro form xp weight loss 620 tredmill and when I turn it on and press start the belt runs for about 1 sec. On the main board in the bottom of the tredmill there is a LED and sometimes it turns off...


Since the motor shroud is off I would like you to manually move the running belt by foot and see if that LED flickers if is does then your speed sensor is working properly. If not then the speed sensor needs to be replaced. The next thing I would be checking is the drive motor, using a fully charge drill battery, lantern battery or even a 9V battery by connecting the two leads coming off the drive motor it should move the motor at approx. 1 mph if it is moving the motor is good. then I suspect the lower board will have to be replaced.

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That's an embarrasing admission. A treadmill works like a conveyor belt or a car's fan belt. If it is too loose it will slip under load. There will be an ajuster on your treadmill. All you have to do is tighten the belt. Do not overtighten it though. an

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Hi my tredmill will turn on but moter wont


If elevation will work it's more than likely your motor controller. I would need to know which treadmill you have to help any futher.

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I am having trouble with my Bowflex TC5000. The calibrations is failing. The treads aren't moving but the monitor is trying to calibrate.


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