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I have a Freespirit Treadmill...Model l# JM05-001. I was using it and it just shut off giving error message E1. I turned it off and restarted it. Belts are working fine and did not use incline. It runs until the speed hits 2.8 and then shuts down. It is 1.75 HP. Can you help?

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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.

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  • 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.
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