The console displays elapsed time, distance traveled, estimated calories burned, current speed and the user's pulse. The console battery should be replaced if it doesn't light up. You should replace the console assembly if the problem continues. The console is in charge of the resistance motor. If the console doesn't adjust the resistance motor, replace it.
The pedal resistance is adjusted by the distance of the C-magnet from the flywheel. The resistance motor should be replaced if it does not move when activated.
Follow these steps to fix your issue:
Release the lower upright cover
Use a slot screwdriver to pry up the lower upright cover. To release the upright cover from the side shields, slide it up on the upright.
Remove the left pedal arm
Pull the left pedal arm cover off after removing the left pedal arm cover screw. If you want to remove the screw from the left crank arm, use an Allen wrench. Pull the left pedal arm and washers off the crank arm shaft.
Remove the left shield
The left and right shields have screws on them. The left shield has to be removed.
Release the resistance motor
Don't remove the resistance motor mounting screws. The resistance motor should be removed from the mounting screws and slid down and off.
Disconnect the cable
The cable lock nut should be loosened. The cable needs to be released from the frame. The cable is in the motor housing. The cable needs to be removed from the motor pulley.
Remove the resistance motor
The wire harness retainer can be cut using a wire cutter. The wire harness on the motor needs to be disconnected. The resistance motor has to be removed.
Install the new resistance motor
Attach the wire harness to the motor. Attach the wire harness to the elliptical frame with a cable tie. The motor pulley has a cable on it. The cable should be put into the slot on the motor housing. The cable lock nut needs to be reinstalled. Put the motor under the 2 mounting screws. The mounting screws need to be tightened.
Reinstall the left shield
Stand up the shields. The shield mounting screws have to be reinstalled.
Reinstall the left pedal arm
Push the pedal arm over the crank arm shaft. The crank arm shaft has a D-washer on it. The lock washer and flat washer should be put on the Allen screw. Remove the Allen screw from the crank arm and tighten it counterclockwise. The crank arm shaft should be positioned over the pedal arm cover. Remove the pedal arm mounting screw.
Reinstall the lower upright cover
Attach the lower upright cover to the upright by snapping it over the side shields.
Remove the console
The console's mounting screws need to be removed. The wires should be disconnected before you pull the console up.
Install the new console
The wires need to be connected to the console. Put the console on the upright.
The battery cover can be removed. The console should have batteries in it. The battery cover needs to be re-installed.
You would need the following tools:
allen wrench, phillip screwdriver, phillips screwdriver, slot screwdriver, wire cutter, work gloves, wrench set.
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