Often the device does not require repair as in most cases out of order individual components. To replace a defective part, check the model number and serial number of the treadmill, as well as the error number which will help determine the cause of the fault.
Typically, the error number is displayed on the display of the treadmill. Most simulators have the same alphanumeric combination codes, but if the following error notifications do not correspond to those that appear on the display of your device, refer to the manual treadmill. Notification E1 indicates an error of the speed sensor. In this case, turn off the electric cord from the wall outlet and from the track, wait 1 minute and turn the power on. If done after the surgery, the track has not returned to operational status, contact service center or dealer for service, telling him the error code. Notice the E6 and E7 say error of lifting motor. The procedure is the same as error E1.
Before contacting a service center, be sure that the path is faulty because of the automatic inclusion of a protective mechanism that is present in all devices of this type. Treadmill can stay if the permissible load exceeded the norm. To continue the device disconnect the power cord from the track, then press the safety switch (usually a safety switch) and connect the power cord to the track. Pay attention to the fact that the treadmill automatically stops working if plugged in for more than six consecutive hours (for some models, the length of time varies from 3 to 5 hours). To re-run the treadmill, unplug the power cord and after few minutes again connect your device to the network.
If the above steps yielded no results, and the treadmill still does not work, you should contact the professionals, as self-repair may be detrimental to further operation of the device. Call your service center and report the model, serial number and error code displayed on the display.