Question about Precor 9.21 Treadmill
When a running belt has excessive wear, it creates a lot of friction which causes the drive motor to work harder. When the drive motor works harder it will start overheating. If the belt is not lubricated periodically, it will ruin the deck, the drive motor, and cause other electrical problems such as tripping the breaker [after a while, the circuit breaker on the treadmill will need to be replaced.
It is suggested to lubricate the belt every month. At this point, you may need to replace both your deck and your running belt.
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Posted on Dec 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: c956 precor treadmill
not to sound funny but are you sure that you have this tread set in the units (mpg/kph) that you require. i have worked in loads of gyms and its a common problem that people think the belt is running to fast because its set in kph and that thinks its in miles eg 9mph = 14.5kph
you can check and change the units in the club setting menu.
hope this helps :)
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
Hi, i fixed one just the other day, the control unit fails.
broddersbaldrick on a big auction site fixes them :)
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
Your problem might be that a magnet has fallen out of place. Here's an illustrated guide that should make fixing it easy: http://fixmytreadmill.blogspot.com/2010/10/how-to-fix-treadmill-e1-error.html
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
SOURCE: The belt of my treadmill
you either have a loose belt or possibly a bad bearing.
grab each roller (front and back of treadmill) and try and shake it up and down and front to back to
to make sure the bearings are ok...if they move a lot, then you probably have a bad bearing...if theres no movement, or very litte, they should be ok
now make sure the belts ok by looking at it and determining if one side is looser then the other (the right side should appear or feel looser) then tighten the right adjusting bolt till the belt tracks in the center. the adjuster is at the rear, one on each side of the rear roller.
HERE is a video and instructions of how to track your belt.
its pretty easy to fix and should only take a few minutes to get it right with a little trial an error if you never did it before.
let me know if you need further help.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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