Cardiozone 5 Hp 325 Lb Limit Breeze Elite Treadmill - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

the console first and then the uprites that hold the console. that should be enough

Cardiozone 5 Hp... | Answered on Mar 08, 2011 | 820 views

Hello. Check these items:
1. The outlet - plug something else into that same outlet to be sure you don't have a blown fuse or a kicked circuit breaker. 2. The treadmill key. Remember that your treadmill will not turn on with out the little magnetic key in place. 3. The switch on the treadmill near where the power cord goes into the machine.
Hopefully one of these will solve your problem. Regards, Joe
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Cardiozone 5 Hp... | Answered on Feb 09, 2010 | 176 views

Use a non alcohol based silicon spray or liquid. The WD40 brand make the 3 in 1 silicone spray and it’s good for all non waxed running belts. Just make sure you get the spray in the middle of the belt. (Underneath of course) watch a YouTube video if unsure.

Cardiozone... | Answered on Jan 03, 2019 | 60 views

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Cardiozone... | Answered on Nov 27, 2018 | 117 views

This could be cused by the the display cover you touch to control the functions pressing on the touch switch array just under it. Carefully remove this. it is held on by adhesive and see if the symptom goes away. If it does, look for any dents on the cover. I have worked with these type of switches for nearly 20 years and they can be problematic. The other possibility is the mechanical switches you use to increase/decrease speed or tilt. They plug in seperately and you can disconnect them to see if they are causing the problem.

Cardiozone... | Answered on Dec 29, 2013 | 63 views

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Cardiozone... | Answered on Oct 02, 2012 | 58 views

Dear Sir:

I will help you.

Please in all this check in, use The Vom digital:
1. NoPower
o 1 Make sure that the surge protector being used isproperly grounded and turned on. Check that the treadmill power cord isproperly plugged into the surge protector. o 2 Check to see that the key is inserted in theconsole. o 3 Check the circuit breaker on the frame near thepower cord. If the reset/off circuit breaker has tripped, wait 5 minutes andthen reset the breaker by pressing the switch in.
4)Check the circuit breaker from the main panel( wall) and Measure the Voltage for properly 115VAC. if there .
Hoping help you, contac me if there are something extra.
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Cardiozone... | Answered on Sep 13, 2011 | 185 views

Unplug your unit, then remove motor shroud have a good light the sensor is either mounted on the frame by the front roller/pulley unit or it is mount on the motor sometimes by the flywheel sometimes on the opposite end. Next step is to locate the motor control board and plug you uit in. Your board should ligt up with red ,green, or amber L E Ds now manually move the running belt and you should see one of those lights flicker or not if it does then the sensor is working , then we other issues, if not either we have a defective or misalign sensor. An if your unit needs lubrication use a synthetic silcone product.

Cardiozone... | Answered on Mar 13, 2010 | 350 views

When i turn in my Cardiozone Club Max Hrt. it starts showing SI 2.

Cardiozone... | Answered on Jan 21, 2012 | 302 views

No. Mine isn't.

Exercise &... | Answered on Feb 13, 2020 | 21 views

First it always helps to post a make, model and serial when you can. You have what is called a serious safety issue. As a field tech theb1st thing I would tell you is dont use it until it fixed. Then I would say call the manufacturer and order a new safety key assembly switch. They vary about from unit to unit but all do the same thing" cut power when the key is pulled. Doeant matter if its magnetic or manual. But since I just mentioned it...if it's a magnetic switch then the magnet may have come unglued from the key. Look for may be that simple.
Lastly, worst case, depending on what unit it is, it could be either upper or lower board. Some are handled in the brain (upper board) and some go straight to the brawn (lower board).
Anyway...keep it simple. Stay off it until ita fixed. Look for a magnet that's come loose. Call the manufacturer for parts if you're so inclined. And...did I mention. . .dont use it?

Exercise &... | Answered on Feb 09, 2020 | 27 views

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Exercise &... | Answered on Feb 03, 2020 | 18 views

Sounds like an upper board because of the display issues, but a lower board because of the lack of compliance, error recognition, and start up.

Run continuity on the main wire harness leading to the console.

If the harness checks out, check the motor for functionality with a low voltage battery.

You can start with the lower control board, check out for your specific model

Exercise &... | Answered on Jan 29, 2020 | 26 views

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Exercise &... | Answered on Jan 28, 2020 | 20 views

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Exercise &... | Answered on Jan 28, 2020 | 19 views

I don`t like Velo sport. I like just football games. I am shocked by such information. So I know that many couples love sports. They constantly bet on football teams, and if one of them wins, the money goes to the family anyway. This is unique! Here you have a joint wish list! Just follow here and seize the moment!

Exercise &... | Answered on Jan 27, 2020 | 25 views

Gym?? I prefer football right now. It is necessary to play sports so that there are no such problems! I am always for sports! Physical activity is simply necessary, cardio as football is also suitable. I play football almost every day, and in the evenings I bet on this site to always be on top. This adds excitement to my healthy life. Just do something in the morning!

Exercise &... | Answered on Jan 25, 2020 | 32 views

Inspect the underside of the belt and the top of the deck, most likely wear from a lack of lubricant in the past.

If the item is new, pursue a warranty. If the item is used pursue a deck/belt, but it may be more then it is worth.

Exercise &... | Answered on Jan 23, 2020 | 36 views

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