|Display does not light
|The user may be walking while favoring or putting more weight on either the left or right foot. If this walking pattern is natural, track the belt slightly off center to the side opposite from the belt movement. See our article: "How to Adjust Treadmill Belt Tension and Set Tracking."
|Motor is not responsive after pressing START
|Treadmill will only achieve approximately 7mph speed but shows higher speed on display
|This indicates the motor should be receiving power to operate but there is low AC power to the treadmill. Do not use an extension cord. If an extension cord is required, it should be as short as possible and a minimum of 16 gauge weight. See our article: "Treadmill Power Supply Requirements."
|Treadmill trips on board 15amp circuit
This indicates high belt/deck friction. See our articles:
If after cleaning/lubricating your treadmill the problem persists, check the amp draw of the motor. If this is high and there are signs of significant wear on the deck, it may need to be flipped if it is on its original side.
|Computer shuts off when console is touched while walking/running on a cold day
|Treadmill may not be grounded/grounded properly. Static electricity is likely crashing the computer. See our article: "Treadmill Power Supply Requirements."
|Circuit breaker trips, but not the treadmill circuit breaker
Check that the treadmill is the only appliance in the circuit. See our articles on power supply and equipment safety: