Question about Epic 425 Mx Treadmill EPTL88105 !
The incline sensor is probably defective and let the incline motor physicall jam against the stop. About 50% of the time a new sensor will cure the problem; otherwise, a new motor with the sensor is the cure. Either way the incline motor must be removed to address the problem and I would reccomend leaving this to someone with experience as you could possibly injure yourself trying to attemp this without the proper knowledge. The weight of the teadmill is on the incline motor and that is where the risk is.
Posted on Jan 15, 2011
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