Model #MONSTER PRO Marcy weight system

  • Frame/hardware
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  • Bench Frame
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  • Crossbar Assembly
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Question and Answers

Q:

Why does my DLP TV say searching for signal when I hook up my PS3?

A:

We can have 3 scenarios; something was hooked up improperly, the TV is not recognizing the PS3, or the PS3 is not sending out a signal. Start with the easiest to check first.

The component hook up will have green, blue, and red video connections and usually comes with a red and white audio connection. The Monster Gamelink Component cable separates the video from the audio by making the audio cables Red and Blue and the video black with colored tabs. Make sure they are correctly connected on the TV. If you want to use it in 1080i you must hook it up on the second or third set of component jacks (labeled Component 1/2) since the first one is Component 1 for 480i/480p only. This information is found on page 15 of your owner's manual .

After you have checked the connection to the TV, check the signal output from the PS3. A problem I see a lot of is that the AV settings are not compatible for the TV. This could include trying to send a 480i signal to the jacks labeled Component 1/2 or a 1080p signal. On Sony's support site here you can view the details for subject "Reset the Video Output Settings". This involves turning the PS3 off and holding the power button for 5 seconds so you can start over with the AV settings. I've also known people to swap settings on the default connection and then not hook it up within the 30 seconds you have to confirm the new settings.

If that doesn't take care of it, try another source to the TV. Confirm that the TV can properly receive a signal on that jack you are using. Use a component device like a DVD player. Cycle through all the inputs to make sure they are correctly labeled.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
February 20, 2009
Q:

Pro form C970 treadmill Pro form C970

A:

The controller may not be detecting a speed signal from the magnet and reed switch. I recommend checking the reed switch located on the left side of the front roller. Unplug the treadmill before accessing internal components. 

The magnet on the front roller pulley triggers the reed switch. Turn the roller so the magnet is aligned with the reed switch. The end of the reed switch should be about 1/4-inch to 1/8-inch away from the magnet. If it is further away than that, adjust the reed switch position closer to the magnet. While you have the hood removed, check the reed switch wire connection to the motor controller. Repair the wire connection if necessary.

If the reed switch is position and wiring connections are okay, then you may need to replace the motor controller and/or the console. Additional wiring and voltage checks are necessary to determine the cause of your problem if the reed switch is working properly.

Reply with additional details if you need more help diagnosing and repairing this problem.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 30, 2015
Q:

Will there be a new model of the Kenmore Pro range out soon?

A:

I am not aware of any new models of Kenmore Pro ranges that are planned for release in the near future. The current models of Kenmore Pro ranges have not changed much for several years.

When new models of the Kenmore Pro ranges are released, they typically have improvements in controls and features.

You may periodically check the Sears.com website for new models of Kenmore Pro ranges. The Sears.com website will normally have the new ranges featured whenever they are released.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 21, 2009