Question about Dmm Vision Fitness T9500 Treadmill

1 Answer

E6 error message

The treadmill stop and displayed an E6 error message

Posted by on

Ad

1 Answer

  • Level 1:

    An expert who has achieved level 1.

    MVP:

    An expert that got 5 achievements.

    New Friend:

    An expert that has 1 follower.

    Hot-Shot:

    An expert who has answered 20 questions.

  • Contributor
  • 20 Answers

It appears that your elevation system is where the fault lies. This could be as simple as recalibrating the lift mechanism, or possibly correcting faulty wiring from the lower controller to the lift motor. Be sure to check the condition of the lift motor as well as the wires entering the lift motor. Sometimes the wires will pull away from the plastic connector causing a lift motor error

Posted on Mar 11, 2014

Ad

1 Suggested Answer

6ya6ya

6ya staff

  • 2 Answers

SOURCE:

Hi there,
Save hours of searching online or wasting money on unnecessary repairs by talking to a 6YA Expert who can help you resolve this issue over the phone in a minute or two.

Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.

Here's a link to this great service

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

Ad

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

Error code message


What Does Your Treadmill's Error Code Mean? - LifeSpan

www.lifespanfitness.com/.../what-does-your-treadmills-error-code-mean

Free
May 21, 2015 - If the running belt stops after 6 seconds of starting the treadmill, this may indicate that either the ... If there is no belt movement, or you notice a burning smell coming from the motor area, this ... An E6 or E7 error code is an incline error code. ... This will cause the incline motor to raise the running deck up.

[PDF]ERROR CODES: ADDITIONAL ERROR CODES:

www.gympart.com/TSB/.../Treadmills/.../Sportsart%20Error%20Codes.p...
ERROR 6: INCLINE ERROR - CHECK INCLINE OPERATION AND CALIBRATION. ERROR ... ERROR 1-1: AC SERVO ERROR - AC SERVO MOTOR ENCODER HAS FAILED ... error codes listed by category: treadmills, bikes, elliptical trainers. ...ERR1 Condition 1: Press speed key; walk belt doesn't move; ERR1 appears.

[PDF]Error Code Troubleshooting Guide


Jan 19, 2016 | Exercise & Fitness

1 Answer

Why does my treadmill stop after a few seconds then error code E1 displays. What do i do?


Replacement Parts for Fitness Exercise Equipment at SPORTSMITH

True Treadmill Errors and Service Messages
  • The True 600, 700, 725 and 750 series treadmills are equipped with built-in diagnostics and maintenance reminders that display either an error message or service message as they occur.
  • The error messages that may be displayed by the built-in diagnostics are as follows:
    • E1:INCLINE
      • This means that the incline is moving when it has not been commanded to.
    • E1:MINIMUM
      • This is a minimum incline calibrating error that can be cleared by calibrating the incline.
    • E1:RANGE
      • This means the difference between the treadmills zero position and maximum incline is not sufficient.
    • E1:STALL
      • This means that the incline is not moving when it has been commanded to.
    • E2:OVERSPEED
      • This occurs when acceleration greater than 2.1 mph occurs as this is greater acceleration than anticipated.
    • E2:CAL
      • This means feedback cannot reduce or increase speed to target and error can be cleared by calibrating treadmill.
    • E3:EEPROM
      • This error happens when a data error is detected on the EEprom. The control panel needs replaced if this error occurs.
    • E5:SENSOR
      • This error occurs when there is no speed or RPM feedback detected from speed sensor.
  • The service messages that may be displayed by the built-in maintenance reminders are as follows:
    • S1:LUBE
      • This service message displays when it is time for inspection of the deck lubrication system.
    • S2:CLEAN
      • This service message displays every 500 miles and is your prompt to clean the treadmill.
    • S3:MOTOR
      • This service message displays every 2500 hours and is your prompt to check the motor brushes.
  • This information should help you understand the cause of the error message or code and how to take action to repair your True treadmill

Errors for True Treadmills E5 Sensor E2 Cal S1 Lube and more

Oct 12, 2015 | Exercise & Fitness

1 Answer

Shows an error of E03


Replacement Parts for Fitness Exercise Equipment at SPORTSMITH

Precor Error 03, Memory, RAM, EEPROM Test Error Probable Cause This error message almost always indicates an upper PCA problem when it is consistently displayed. Failures causing this error message to be displayed are rare.
Corrective Action If the error message is consistently displayed when the unit is powered up, the upper PCA should be replaced. It is possible to see this message displayed intermittently due to external causes. If the units A.C. input significantly dips during the power up test sequence the test could fail resulting in this message being displayed. Treadmills operating on non-dedicated A.C. circuits may see this message displayed on an intermittent basis.

Precor Error Code 03 E03 EEPROM Test Error

Oct 03, 2015 | Exercise & Fitness

1 Answer

Using treadmill stopped and display shows E6 I can not start it again


E6 is error code. You need to go to Vision Fitness website to request the answer to your question. It probably has something to do with the timer circuit.

Dec 26, 2012 | Computers & Internet

1 Answer

Hi i have a vision fitness 9450 hrt and i'm getting an error message: E6


Typically an E6 error message indicates that the machine needs to be recalibrated because the elevation motor is out of range or that you have a loose cable connection. Below are the auto calibration instructions. Please make sure that no one is on the machine because it will speed up quickly.


STEP 1 ENTER ENGINEERING MODE

With the safety key in place, hold "ELEVATION UP" and "SPEED

DOWN" buttons for 5 seconds. Software version will appear in display

window for a few seconds before model displays.

Press "STOP" , "ENG1" will appear in display window.

STEP 2 AUTO-CALIBRATE

Press "ELEVATION UP" until "ENG4" is displayed.

Press "SELECT" , display will read "AUTO".

Press "START". Unit will calibrate, when finished "END" appears in

display window, then "ENG1".

STEP 3 EXIT ENGINEERING
Press and hold "STOP" to exit engineering mode


I would also suggest that, with the power to the machine off, you check all of the wire connections underneath the motor cover, the assembly connection that sits where the mast meets the console and underneath the faceplate. Check to be sure that all of the connections are secure and that the pins within the cables are seated properly.


If you are still having any problems you can reach a knowledgeable Vision Fitness Representative toll free at 800-335-4348.

Mar 29, 2011 | Dmm Vision Fitness T9500 Treadmill

1 Answer

I have an Insight DK614 Tredmill that will not run. It displays an error message "E6" and the running deck will not lower. The motor is still running albeit at a much lower rate. No movement...


E6 or E7 An E6 or E7 error code is an incline error code. The E7 code means the potentiometer value the console is reading from the lift motor is out of range. This can happen when there is a bad wire harness connection or a damaged wire harness. It could also just mean the incline motor needs to be adjusted back into range. If all wire connections look ok, the incline motor will need to be adjusted.
  1. Turn the power OFF, wait for 5-seconds and turn back ON.
  2. Get into test mode and enter through the I/O testing step. This screen will display the potentiometer value of the incline motor. Different models will have different values. Check to see if the running deck is raised to high incline level or if it is at the low level. If the running deck is at a low position press the incline up button. This will cause the incline motor to raise the running deck up. When the deck gets to a mid-level position, press the incline up button a second time to stop the deck. If the running deck is in a high incline position, use the incline down button to adjust the deck to a mid-level position.
  3. Once the unit is in the mid-level position, power the treadmill off for 5-seconds and then power it back ON.
  4. Start the treadmill.
  5. Once the treadmill starts the running deck will move to the level 0 position. If this does not resolve the issue or it will not adjust please contact customer service.
Also, note that not all models will have the ability to adjust the incline motor. If the adjustment procedure is not found in the Owner's Manual then contact customer service. Treadmill Error Codes Troubleshooting

Oct 26, 2017 | Exercise & Fitness

2 Answers

Message in the display "err 2" and my kettler treadmill doesn't work


Hi Rendra,

Try this:
Switch the treadmill off and then on again.
Push the "minus" speed button and the "stop" button simultanuously.

If all is well you will now have entered the maintenance mode.

Next push the "plus" speed button and the "stop"button smultanuously.
Now you you've reached the error mode.

Push the "plus" or "minus" speed button to browse the error codes untill you've reached "L er".
The push start to erase the message.

Turn the power off and then on again to restart the treadmill.

With any luck the error has disappeared and the treadmill will function again. If not.....you'll have to contact Kettler.

Btw...This error occurs when the belt is "pushed" by the runner. For example when you put weight on the handlebar and the push your feet backwards.

May 10, 2009 | Exercise & Fitness

Not finding what you are looking for?
Dmm Vision Fitness T9500 Treadmill Logo

1,046 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Dmm Exercise & Fitness Experts

fretlessbass
fretlessbass

Level 1 Expert

31 Answers

 paolo
paolo

Level 1 Expert

8 Answers

Are you a Dmm Exercise and Fitnes Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...