Question about Sport & Outdoor - Others
Posted by Anonymous on
Don't laugh, but I'm working with an old Athlon Simplicity model to try and adapt the motor to a band saw. In any event. There is a magnet imbeded on the outside of the front belt roller. It triggers a circuit that counts the revolutions. There should be a small postage stamp sized black plastic piece near the belt roller that has two wires running to the circuit board. It may have come unplugged somehow. When I unplug mine - the motor stops and it displays E1.
Posted on Jan 21, 2011
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