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My vision treadmill T9800HRT when start shows speed stall and error 7

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Please see the 2 alternatives for error 7.God bless you

E7- 1) Alternative Elevation Motor
1)Cause: Elevation Motor not moving Solution:Check Elevation Motor connection
2)Cause: Elevation Elevation Motor screw binding Solution: Clean screw and lubricate
3)Cause: Elevation Motor Motor out of Range Solution: Check motor out of elevation
4)Cause: E-Motor Potentiometer: Solution: Replace Elevation Motor
2)Alternative:
Display Doesn't Light Up: a)Cause: On/Off switch Solution: Test unit is turned on b)Cause: Insufficient Power Source Solution: Plug dedicated120V, 20Amp Outlet
c) Cause: Line Cord Damaged Solution: Replace Line Cord
d)Cause: Fuse Solution: Check Fuse on MCB

Posted on Sep 20, 2013

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Precor Error Code 26 Error Code: 26 Manufacturer: Precor
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Error Description: Error 26, Motor Pulse Width Incorrect - Observation of the speed sensor signal and verification the signal from the speed sensor is appropriate for the requested speed. If an incorrect or erratic speed sensor signal is detected the error appears. Possible Reason:
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  2. Incorrect gap between the speed sensor and the speed sensor target.
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My vision treadmill T9800 HRT when start shows speed stall and error 7


please see the 2 alternatives for error 7. God bless you

E7- 1) Alternative Elevation Motor
1)Cause: Elevation Motor not moving Solution:Check Elevation Motor connection
2)Cause: Elevation Elevation Motor screw binding Solution: Clean screw and lubricate
3)Cause: Elevation Motor Motor out of Range Solution: Check motor out of elevation
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c) Cause: Line Cord Damaged Solution: Replace Line Cord
d)Cause: Fuse Solution: Check Fuse on MCB

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3. The speed sensor position relative to the speed sensor target is incorrect.
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