Model #831297571 IMAGE Treadmill

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Image 10.6Q Treadmill Error E2 1

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Keeping fit also means keeping our exercise equipment fit. I located a previous expert post with this question and your model. I attached the link below. It may help while you wait for the expert to address all the questions above. If you do decide to schedule an appointment for a technician to visit and make repairs, an option is Sears Home Services. Hope this helps!

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Barbara H. -
February 17, 2011
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The estimated life of these treadmills is 10 years. It is not all the uncommon for them to work just fine for longer than that though.

The problem with yours could be as simple as a dirty or busted speed sensor. If that is the case the parts would run around $40-$50. I couldn't even venture a guess as to what the labor would run as labor rates can vary market to market. I would venture a guess as $150-$200 but I couldn't swear to that.

If you do have a tech come out to make repairs you would really only need to have him/her lube the walking belt and make the repair. If the walking belt has never been lubed it is certainly time to have that done. If the belt is not properly lubricated it creates drag which can cause the controller board to fail or at the very least cause it to go out sooner than it would on its own.

If you unplug the treadmill from the wall you can remove the motor hood and locate the speed sensor (usually on the end of the motor) to check and see if it's clean as dust tends to build up sometimes causing it to not read the corresponding disk.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
February 18, 2011
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I also have an Image 10.6Q treadmill with an E2 1 error code. The information provided by previous experts has been helpful, but I was hoping to get a copy of the voltage diagram I can see. The one posted earlier is too small and distorts when enlarged. My model number is 831.297571

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Connie -
June 13, 2013
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treadmill # 831297571 how do i lubricate belt

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I understand how important it is that the belt and the wheels are lubricated so that your treadmill will work efficiently. While you are waiting on an expert to answer your question, I was searching in the Manage My Life website and found some great links. I have attached the links below. Hope this helps!

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Dezeray S -
March 30, 2011
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I have attached the directions for how to lubricate your treadmill walking belt. If you have any further questions please let us know.

How to lubricate an Icon treadmill walking belt : Turn treadmill off, and unplug from the power outlet.

  1. Start with the walking belt seam at the front roller.
  2. Using the T-Wrench or Allen Wrench loosen the rear roller adjustment bolts 10-12 turns counter-clockwise to get enough slack in the walking belt to get one (1) hand underneath the belt.
  3. Lift up the walking belt as high as possible.
  4. Squirt half (1/2) of the deck wax in a zig-zag pattern across the entire walking deck surface.
  5. Slide the walking belt by hand until the seam is at the rear roller.
  6. Squirt the other half (1/2) of the deck wax in a zig-zag pattern across the entire walking deck surface.
  7. Tighten both of the rear roller adjustment bolts 10-12 turns clockwise. (The same number that was turned in step 3)
  8. Plug the treadmill into a power outlet and turn power switch to the "ON" position.
  9. Attach the safety key to the operator and then the console.
  10. Start the treadmill and allow it to run for three (3) minutes.
  11. Walk on the treadmill, at safe speed, for another three (3) minutes to help spread the deck wax across the walking deck.
  12. Wipe off any excess deck wax that may have seeped out from underneath the walking belt, with a clean damp cloth.
  13. Center the walking belt as needed.

  • ICON deck wax Div 06 // Source 831 // P/N 219168
  • ICON deck wax kit, 3 tubes lubricant and an applicator wand Div 06 // Source 831 // P/N 219170
Note: DO NOT use Silicone as it will damage the walking belt

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
March 31, 2011
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E2 error on image treadmill, model 831297571

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I understand how inconvenient it can be to have an error code on your treadmill since this can keep your appliance from working properly. While you are waiting for an expert answer, I did manage to find a link that will provide you with more information about your problem. I hope my link is useful.

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Joseph P. -
November 29, 2010
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That is a speed sense error that the console is picking up. There is a speed sensor and disk on the right side of the motor. If that disk or sensor is dirty the reading it gives can be all over the place (or not sensed at all). The console sees the erratic readings and kicks out the code.

Pull the motor hood and locate the sensor disk. Clean them with a cloth to make sure they are giving the correct readings. It is possible that the sensor has fallen (over time) and causing the problem. It is also possible that the sensor has simply failed. If you need to replace the sensor, it is part number 102955. You can order that HERE if needed.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
November 30, 2010
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