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My Treadmill has stopped working anyone know a good engineer South East Area

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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
No lights nothing can anyone help at all.
Thanks in Advance
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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banned#1
check the fuse in the plug?

was it plugged in at all? lol
#2
I know this is silly but have you checked the fuse on the plug?
Also, there's normally a fuse where the plug goes into the treadmill, as a last check, take the lid of the motor area of the treadmill, there's normally 2 small internal fuses that go quite often, normally cost 10p to replace but an engineer will charge a fortune.... what type of treadmill is it?
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jubbyme
check the fuse in the plug?
yeah hubbie did that all okay :)
was it plugged in at all? lol

:giggle:
bikerjodie
I know this is silly but have you checked the fuse on the plug?
Also, there's normally a fuse where the plug goes into the treadmill, as a last check, take the lid of the motor area of the treadmill, there's normally 2 small internal fuses that go quite often, normally cost 10p to replace but an engineer will charge a fortune.... what type of treadmill is it?

hubbie checked that when we plugged it in there is power as you can hear it start up, will get hubbie to take the lid of the motor area tomorrow and I will tell him to look for the internal fuses:thumbsup:
i brought it from my old gym its an ex army one technogym runace its a monster one:)
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That would be where i would start then, the internal fuses, they are normally quite obvious, you normally use a screwdriver to just turn the lid and it pops up, or press down on it with your fingers and turn at the same time....

one other possibility is the motor drive belt has came loose from the motor but this will be obvious when you take the lid off..... can you tell i'm a physical education instructor that likes to 'tinker'?
#5
Dont know much about these, but is there s safety switch or reset button.
#6
bikerjodie
That would be where i would start then, the internal fuses, they are normally quite obvious, you normally use a screwdriver to just turn the lid and it pops up, or press down on it with your fingers and turn at the same time....

one other possibility is the motor drive belt has came loose from the motor but this will be obvious when you take the lid off..... can you tell i'm a physical education instructor that likes to 'tinker'?

tried the internal fuses and I am pleased to say it worked :-D thanks for pointing us in that direction very happy went for a long run to celebrate rep given:thumbsup:
#7
were are you based:)
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ARNOLD115
tried the internal fuses and I am pleased to say it worked :-D thanks for pointing us in that direction very happy went for a long run to celebrate rep given:thumbsup:


I'm glad this helped!!

Much cheaper than an engineer call out fee!
#9
black gerbil1
were are you based:)


Read the title - South East Breh

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