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Replacing batteries


It works with a DC power block cord. That plugs into a jack located at the bottom-rear of the pedal-housing.

Apr 02, 2014 | Fitness Quest Eclipse 1100 Hr/A Elliptical

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When I program my Eclipse 1100 hr/a for any amount of time, it shuts off after 5 minutes.


The timing circuit has become unstable and the circuit board may be defective. Selection rates cannot be set and thus only a replacement controller will fix the situation.

Feb 26, 2014 | Fitness Quest Eclipse 1100 Hr/A Elliptical

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My "Edge 491r" recumbant bike


Same as above, have an Edge 491 with E1 and need to fix it

Jan 04, 2011 | Fitness Quest Eclipse 1100 Hr/A Elliptical

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The program monitor on my eclipse 1100hr/a elliptical trainer does not work, what may be the problem?


After about 4 years, one day my monitor just wouldn't turn on. After making sure the batteries were new, I took out the four screws on the back of the monitor and made sure the two wire connections were tight. They were, so I called Fitness Quest customer service (1-800-321-9236) from their website (fitnessquest.com). For about $120 including shipping they sent me a new monitor. It took me about a minute to undo the old, plug in the new, and now it works great! The flat connection with the multi-colored wires requires a gentle squeeze with a pliers on the sides while you glently wiggle and pull it apart. Look at the new connector to see how it should come apart. Good luck!

Jan 03, 2010 | Fitness Quest Eclipse 1100 Hr/A Elliptical

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My eclipse 1100 hour monitor is not working (already replaced batteries and still nothing)


Check it out. If you machine monitor shows and e-1 when trying to turn on. Take out the batteries and unscrew the four screws on the bottom of the monitor unplug it from the elliptical. Put the batteries back in turn on monitor the plug it back to the elliptical while still on and screw back in places. It worked for me hope it works for you too.
Brian Pickens
Long beach ca

Oct 15, 2009 | Fitness Quest Eclipse 1100 Hr/A Elliptical

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Monitor diplays E1 and won't stop beeping


Fitness Quest Eclipse 1175e Elliptical Trainers were recalled on December 11, 2007 for a fall hazard. During exercise, the foot pedal crank can break. After receiving 190 reports of the crank breaking, the company is offering a replacement product or credit toward other Fitness Quest products. If the pedal falls off, be sure to save it; you will need the right foot platform to claim the replacement or credit.
Owners should stop using the elliptical trainer immediately. Owners can receive a replacement with another Fitness Quest product or credit.
Eclipse Recall Instructions and Form (PDF)
Questions? Contact Fitness Quest at: (800) 321-9236 between 8:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. Or, e-mail productrecall@fitnessquest.com.
The Fitness Quest Eclipse 1175e Elliptical Trainer was sold at major sporting goods chains, such as Sports Authority, Modell's, Dunhams, and JC Penney stores in the United States from September 2006 to October 2007. Sale prices were $290 and $450.


E1 errors are usually lubrication/resistance issues. Has the unit been oiled/greased recently?

Jan 10, 2009 | Fitness Quest Eclipse 1100 Hr/A Elliptical

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