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What to do when the control console display is dim on your Tunturi stepper
Weak batteries, loose wires or a faulty console can cause a dim control console display on your stepper.
In a stepper that uses batteries to power the console, replace the batteries to restore brightness to the console display. Replace the batteries during routine stepper maintenance to keep the control console display from going dim in the future.
If the display doesn't get brighter after replacing the batteries, you'll likely need to replace the console.
If your stepper has a power cord, unplug the stepper and check the power cord wiring connections to the control console. Reconnect any loose wires. If the power cord is damaged, replace it.
If the power cord and its wiring connections to the control console are okay, then you may need to replace the console because the display is faulty or the console isn't sending enough power to the display.
Common replacement parts for Tunturi steppers
Stepper console. The stepper console displays the speed, distance traveled, elapsed time and other user data and is powered by a battery. The console also controls stepper pedal resistance.
Crank arm. The crank arm spins the crank arm pulley, which rotates the drive belt to spin the flywheel.
Flywheel. The flywheel spins next to the C-magnet and provides pedal resistance as it disrupts the magnetic field of the C-magnet.
C-magnet. The C-magnet surrounds a portion of the flywheel and creates variable resistance to the flywheel. The closer the C-magnet sits to the flywheel, the greater the flywheel resistance.