Model #831299580 PROFORM Treadmill

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Q:

Is the front roller pulley on my proform treadmill supposed to be loose on the roller?

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Alina F. -
December 10, 2011
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First: Thank you for giving me everything I need to know to address your question! Plenty of detail and the model number are always a plus and I very much appreciate it.

On to the problem. The pulley should not be loose on the roller. The 2 come assembled and ready to go so the pulley cannot be replaced on its own. You can order replacement roller number 180486 from HERE to take care of this problem.

This is a fairly uncommon problem but I have seen it before. I wish I had a cheaper way around it to right the situation but I'm afraid only a new roller assembly is going to take care of this.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
December 12, 2011
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Treadmill has no power

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Maira E -
November 10, 2010
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You will need to take the motor hood off the unit to check on the board for power. Unplug the machine from the wall, remove the motor hood, and then plug the unit back into the wall outlet. This unit has 2 boards, the one we're looking for shows to be sitting in this machine sideways.

There will be 4 or 5 LED lights on the board. With the treadmill plugged in and the switch on, LD1, LD3, and LD4 should all be lit. If all 3 of those LED's are not lit, the board has failed or we are not getting power from the wall to the board.

If all 3 are lit, then look for LD1 on the board that is laying flat. It should be lit if you have the magnetic key in place and the power on to the treadmill. If it is not, the controller is not getting the required AC voltage it needs to operate. If the 3 LED's are lit on the power board and LD1 is not lit on the controller, the controller is bad and will need to be replaced.

If all of the LED's are lit as they should be then something is not plugged in securely somewhere along the harness. To check that, unplug the unit from the wall and then check all the plugs that you can see to make sure they are securely plugged in. If that looks good, to proceed with checks you will need a volt meter with fine tip probes to check power up to the console. At this point, you may want to consider having a qualified technician come take a look at the unit.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
November 11, 2010
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When I removed teh motor hood, there was a loose wire. plugged it back in. working fine. thanks

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jmiller1960 -
November 14, 2010
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Q:

Why does my Proform 860 treadmill stop running after 5 to 10 minutes?

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Did you check the rollers that the walking surface runs on and lube where it runs over the support system? Also, did you try letting it run without anyone walking on it? How did the electrician check the motor? Most electricians are not the best people to do this kind of work because they aren't mechanical repair people. Try contacting a Physical therapy office to see who works on their equipment and talk to their repair people. My suggestion would be to try varying loads on the treadmill to see what seems ot cause it and then that might give you a better idea how to fix it. Remember that the rollers and the bearings that support them carry a much heavier load when you are walking on it than when you are just turning them by hand when it is all apart. Good luck. PS: As much as you don't want to hear this, if you have used it enough to wear out the tread itself it may be time to consider replacing the treadmill with a newer one.

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DonaldDeanJones -
February 25, 2010
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Since you are confident that the motor is good and the belt is properly installed an lubricated, the only other components that could be causing a friction problem would be the front and back rollers. Check the rollers to see if either one has excessive friction.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
February 26, 2010
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