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I have a stairmaster 4600. During the middle of a workout the resistance level went all the way up (very slow), like I was working out at level one. I ran a tach diagnostic and found that it was reading 900-1100 rpms when it should be at 2000 rpms. The screen still lights up and you can enter information and run programs, but it is stuck on one speed. Even if you change the resistance level it seems like you are still working out at level 1.

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Unplug dc power connection then remove right side panel check for loose connections on on alternator, check distance of speed sensor to speed sensor disc you should no more than 3 credit card distance between them. Next remove the black wire from the B+ terminal on the alternator, then remove the brown wire from the field terminal on the alternator.Place a short wire with alligator clips between B+ and field terminals start stepping for about 10 to 15 second you should full resistance in that case its the upper console that if not replace alternator

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During a 30-minute workout, why does it reset after 17-22 minutes?


Chances are all you are missing is that you need to set that console to the correct machine type and to do so you will need to hit the following keys.

Level, UP, 90, and Enter and just scroll until you find stepper and hit enter.

If that does not solve the issue, it is definitely something more substantial and we would be happy to help you out :) by chat at www.sportsmith.net or by phone at 888-713-2880

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The first step in troubleshooting too much resistance or constant resistance begins with the lower board. You will want to first verify that the Field LED is lit on the lower board. As shown in the video, the Field LED is off initially, when the steps are engaged it lights up, after about 5 seconds the light should go off. If the Field LED stays lit during a workout or after a workout is completed, this is a sign that the console is faulty. There is constant power being supplied through the console keeping a full load and causing no change in resistance. If the Field LED remains lit, the console needs replaced.



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Taken from the service manual under "mechanical troubleshooting":
"If you hear a grinding or clicking noise, or experience excessive vibration during exercise.........you probably have a problem in the drive train."

You can find more information in the following linking, beginning on page 57 of the document reader.

http://www.sportsmith.net/images/product_support%5Cstairmaster%5CManuals%5C42-44-4600PT-CL_Red-LED_Display_Freeclimber_Manual.pdf

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Screen Reads CONFIG RQRD


Display reads CONFIG RQRD or NTM CONFIG RQD on Stairmaster Equipment Probable Cause The message CONFIG RQRD or NTM CONFIG RQD appears when the console needs to be configured for the machine type it is installed. This message is common when the console has been replaced or if the settings have been changed. Message is commonly seen on various Stairmaster equipment such as bike models 3000CE, 3300CE, 3400CE, 3600RC, 3800RC and 3900RC; stepper models 4400PT, 4600PT, 4400CL, 4600CL and SC916; stepmill models 7000PT and SM916; elliptical model ClubStride 5100.
Corrective Action
  • Make sure the unit is in an "idle" state. "Idle" state means the console is not displaying an error or any message that requires data input. The display should basically be freshly powered up, scrolling the EKG or welcome message
  • Configure the console for the proper machine type by pressing Level UP, 80, ENTER
  • Using the Level UP or Level DOWN keys, scroll through to the proper machine type (Bike, Elliptical, Stairclimber or Stepmill)
  • Once the proper machine type is shown on the display select the machine type by pressing ENTER
  • This completes the steps necessary when your Stairmaster display reads CONFIG RQRD or NTM CONFIG RQD

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Stairmaster won't have a continuous workout


My Stairmaster unit seems to work in manual mode, but resets when I select a program. What is wrong? It is possible that the console on your Stairmaster unit may not be configured for the appropriate machine. This can result in the console accepting and allowing a manual workout but not accepting or allowing a program. Stairmaster Units Works in Manual Mode but Not in Program

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Stairmaster 4600 Cl Freeclimber CONFIG RQRD on display none of the codes on this forum worked. I will first get on my machine and for one sec CONFIG REQRD will pop up then go away, it will the ask me to...


Display reads CONFIG RQRD or NTM CONFIG RQD on Stairmaster Equipment Probable Cause The message CONFIG RQRD or NTM CONFIG RQD appears when the console needs to be configured for the machine type it is installed. This message is common when the console has been replaced or if the settings have been changed. Message is commonly seen on various Stairmaster equipment such as bike models 3000CE, 3300CE, 3400CE, 3600RC, 3800RC and 3900RC; stepper models 4400PT, 4600PT, 4400CL, 4600CL and SC916; stepmill models 7000PT and SM916; elliptical model ClubStride 5100.
Corrective Action
  • Make sure the unit is in an "idle" state. "Idle" state means the console is not displaying an error or any message that requires data input. The display should basically be freshly powered up, scrolling the EKG or welcome message
  • Configure the console for the proper machine type by pressing Level UP, 80, ENTER
  • Using the Level UP or Level DOWN keys, scroll through to the proper machine type (Bike, Elliptical, Stairclimber or Stepmill)
  • Once the proper machine type is shown on the display select the machine type by pressing ENTER
  • This completes the steps necessary when your Stairmaster display reads CONFIG RQRD or NTM CONFIG RQD
Just a tip, I suggest hitting the clear button about 2-3 times before entering Level up 80. Follow the procedure from there.

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When I stop stepping, the display shuts off and then restarts instead of pausing and letting me resume the workout where I left off. The battery is old, but it is still measuring 6.0V. Could the battery be...


Pull the lower covers off.
Disconnect the white and brown wires from the alternator.
Begin stepping.
When you stop stepping see if the display remains on instead of shutting off.
If it stays on then it is probably the lower control board.
National Gym suppliers have them for about $65.00 if you return the old board.
This is how I fixed the same problem on my 4600CL.
Also...an additional problem I had that changing the board solved was the resistance level was stuck at highest(hardest) level. After changing board was able to change levels in addition to the console remaining on when stopping.

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  • Usually, when one drive sprocket fails, the other isn't too far behind
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