Treadmill: Will run but no display

A bad console display, wiring failure or bad motor control board can prevent the display from lighting up.

Unplug the treadmill and check the wire harness connection between the console display and the motor control board. Reconnect any loose wires.

If the wire harness connection is okay, you’ll likely need to replace the console display. If the problem continues, replace the motor control board because the motor control board won’t power up the console display.

These repairs may help solve your Treadmill problem:

Replace the console display

Console

The console displays the elapsed time, distance traveled, estimated calories burned, current speed, and the user’s pulse. If the console doesn't work, replace the console display assembly.

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Replace the motor control board

Motor controller

The electronic motor control board controls and monitors the speed. If the motor controller is defective, replace the motor controller.

For manuals, repair guides, and specific part recommendations, enter your model number.