Model #T35-40 STANLEY BOSTITCH Stapler

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Q:

i can't keep my walking belt centered on my pro-form t35.

A:

I recommend that you adjust the belt until the belt is tension is correct as shown on page 13 of your owner's manual. Here is a link for that manual in case you need it: ProForm T35 Treadmill Model 831.299202 Owner's Manual. The point at which you have proper tension on the belt is where you should begin when eliminating movement.

 

Once you have the tension adjusted properly, then you should be able to move the roller to eliminate belt movement as shown on that same page in the manual. I see that Joseph P. posted a link for a previous answer in the above response. That previous answer has a video that illustrates that procedure. 

 

I hope that this information helps. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details. 

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
February 25, 2013
Q:

The belt will not work on our Pro-form T35, model, 831299200, treadmill. We have power to the incline, just no belt.

A:

I am sending you a wiring schematic for your treadmill. The schematic has the voltages on it you should read.

If the incline motor works, the circuit breaker and the key switch are good.

Test for 120 volts ac across the 2 wires to the motor overload. If the overload is closed, you will read 0 volts across it. If the overload is bad, you will read 120 volts ac across it.

The led's on the controller will help you diagnose the problem. I am sending you an image of the controller that will show you what the different leds do.

If you have any more questions, send another email with details of the tests you have run and we will be glad to assist.

By testing the treadmill you should find the problem and can get a good idea of what the cost of repair will be.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
May 14, 2009
Q:

Follow-up question, Belt will not run on Pro-form T35 Model 831299200 Treadmill.

A:

The testing you did confirms that the motor controller is defective.

The test for the motor overload should have been across terminals AC1 and AC2 on the motor controller. The fact that the led's on the controller are lighting show the motor overload is good. You did a good job!! If you replace the motor controller board the treadmill should run.

The part number for the motor controller is 137856, the cost is around $100.00. If you order part 137856R, you will get a reconditioned controller with the same warranty as the new one. The price of the reconditioned board is around $50.00.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
May 22, 2009