Model #T95 HORIZON Treadmill

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treadmill wont respond to speed change on control pad T95 Horizon Treadmill


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I am sorry to hear of the issue you are having with the Horizon treadmill, I know how frustrating that is to have occur.

The symptom you are experiencing is typically assoicated with a shorted or defective motor control board. The part number for the board is 032671-HF and has been subbed in from the original motor control board of SJED08092GF. 

The other possibility could be with the console (SZTM202CNS)  itself. However, it doesn't look like we have any availability for the console and may have since been discontinued by the manufacturer. Other remote possibilities could be with the power switch (MC0701002) or the breaker (MC0702011). The only way to diagnose the parts to isolate the defective component would be with a multimeter. 

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
November 16, 2013

I am receiving an error code on my range model 790.7753. It dispays T95 Error. What is this error code and what should I do about it?


Error codes can be confusing. This is an unfamiliar one. The expert will review and respond within two days if not sooner. If you decide to schedule a technician to help, the Sears Home Services scheduler below can help.

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Barbara -
August 12, 2012

Actually the error code would have been F95 rather than T95. Now I'm getting error codes in this manner: F62 for a moment then F11 thereafter. I replaced the old EOC panle with a new one and I get the F62 error code followed by the F11 error code.n Any ideas?

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Andy -
August 12, 2012

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

There are no "T" codes but there are "F" codes that can display. I would suspect the fault/error code displayed is "F95". The "F95" fault code indicates a problem with the door locking motor or the door locking electrical circuit. The door latch motor is located at the rear of the range behind the panel. NOTE: Disconnect the power cord from the power source before removing the rear panel.

The "F62" fault code For Kenmore/Elite models with Touch Sensitive Glass control panel can be caused by an improper or corrupt voltage signal between the EOC (electronic oven control) and the power supply board.

  1. Disconnect power, wait 30 seconds and reapply power. If fault returns test continuity of harness between EOC and power supply board. Repair or replace harness if defective. NOTE: Harness may be permanently attached to EOC on some models.
  2. Relpace the power supply board.
  3. Replace the EOC.

The "F11" fault code indicates a shorted key pad:

For testing the touch sensitive touch panel (TST) control panel models:

  1. Reset power supply to range - Disconnect power, wait 30 seconds and reapply power.
  2. Check and re-seat ribbon harness connections between TST panel and EOC.
  3. Replace the TST panel.
  4. Replace the EOC.

I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your range. I added the diagnostic steps below a technician would use to diagnose the cause of the "F95" fault code. This information is intended for technician with the proper tools and knowledge of diagnosing the problem.

If lock motor runs:

  1. Test continuity of wiring between EOC (Electronic Oven Control) and lock switch on lock motor assembly. Repair wire if needed.
  2. Advance motor until cam depresses the plunger on lock motor switch. Test continuity of switch contacts. If switch is open replace the lock motor assembly.
  3. If motor runs and switch contacts and wiring harness test good, replace the EOC (Electronic Oven Control).

If lock motor does not runs:

  1. Test continuity of lock motor windings. Replace the lock motor assembly if the motor windings are open.
  2. The lock motor operation can be tested by using a test cord to apply voltage to the lock motor. If motor does not operate replace lock motor assembly.
  3. If motor runs with the test cord; check continuity of the wire harness to the lock motor terminals. If harness is good replace the EOC (Electronic Oven Control).

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 14, 2012
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