Question about Nordic Track Mc2100 Lts30 Treadmill Motor Controller
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: treadmill will not start
Better know someone who can fix it, like who you got the Treadmill from. Maybe they can help you, it's better if you had the warranty. Or you can trade yours in for another one. That always helps.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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
Likely the cover of one of the motor brushes popped off. Unplug the machine before you pop it back in place, then try it again.
If that doesn't work, most likely it's the motor control board, or possibly the console, or finally just a loose connection behind the console.
But most likely, it's the motor brush cover. I've been seeing that alot with this model.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
Could be. If you had to take it apart, I would definately check the wire harness connection. Also if there are bolts that were removed, check to make sure none of those pinched the harness when reassembling.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
SOURCE: Nordic Track c2200 no speed
It likely is the controller if it was speeding up and down erratically. Check the position of the reed switch to make sure it is positioned about 1/8" away from the magnet in the side of the front roller pulley. Run a diagnostic program as follows. Press the stop and speed arrow up buttons until you insert the key. Press the stop once or twice until you get to a screen with 2 sets of zeros. Now press and hold the speed arrow up button until one number set shows 8.5. The unit will go to full speed so be careful not to be on the walking belt. The other number set should top out shortly at either 10.0 or 12.0 based on whether your speed buttons go up to 10 or 12. If the motor races past your top number,( don't let it run that way as you may damage the motor), pull the key. If the readout is above or below your target by more than .4 and not flucuating a lot, you may need to tune the potentiometer on the controller. Counter clockwise turn with a phillips screwdriver turns the motor speed down. Be carefull not to short out the controller board by touching components with screwdriver. If not comfortable ask a friend with electronics background. If you turn the pot. too far it will break. It will not go a full revolution in either direction and tiny movements are recommended. Again I believe your controller needs replacing.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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