TC3000 Treadclimber

Our machinbe sounds like a freight train and sets off a code E5-5 or ES-S can’t tell them apart. anybody know why? when it gets the message it turns off the machine we have a TC3000
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I didn’t use mine for several years then just started again. It stopped after 15 minutes so I read the manual and used a silcone lubricant on/under the treads as recommended. That definitely helped and it was working again quite well for about a week or two. Now I get the error 5 again. Wondering if I needed to add MORE lubricant the first time so I am going to do it again tonight. Maybe it is the roller pully that needs the lubricant. Who knows. I just want it to work!! I am determined. 🙂

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E5 error: Clothing is interfering with the arm cuff. Remove any clothing interfering with the arm cuff.
Error Code 5 is a Windows error code that appears when the user does not have sufficient permission to access the requested file or location.
E5 Error: Communication disconnected. Resolution: Ensure that the cables connecting the console and the controller are secure. If any of the cables/connectors appear loose, completely power off and unplug the treadmill before unplugging and reattaching the cables.
When you see an E5 error on your air conditioner it means that the water collection tank is full. So the solution to the problem is to drain the water collection tank. This is something that is easy to do yourself without needing to call a professional AC repairer.
E5 is usually due to communication error. This means no feedback is being received from outdoor unit to the indoor unit.
You can temporarily disable the E5 error message on your thermostat display by disconnecting the c-wire (or common wire). To disconnect the c-wire, first turn off power to your heating and cooling equipment, then remove the cover from your Sensi thermostat.
The most common error when using indirect blood pressure measuring equipment is using an incorrectly sized cuff. A BP cuff that is too large will give falsely low readings, while an overly small cuff will provide readings that are falsely high.
Users will experience Error Code 5-5 when the opener receives an unattended close command and the remote myQ Smart LED Light is not installed. For safety purposes, the myQ Smart LED Light must be installed and paired with the garage door opener before using the myQ app to close the door.
This error is a generic bank response code that has several possible causes. However it does generally indicate a card error, not an error with your merchant facility. The `05` error indicates your bank declining the customer`s card for an unspecified reason.
Washing machine displays error code EF5 – unbalanced load. Laundry is still wet after the programme is finished.
Although printer errors can differ by from model to model, typically the E5 printer error for Canon Pixma printers refers to a problem with an ink cartridge. Possible causes of the error include: Ink cartridge is not installed properly. Wrong ink cartridge installed (unsupported type of cartridge)
The error code `E4` signifies a problem with the internal ambient air sensor. Whilst the error code `E5` signifies a problem with the internal coil sensor.
E5: The E5 error code signals that the unit has entered over current protection mode. This happens when the line voltage to the unit is too high or when the low supply voltage is unstable. If you notice this error code, call a technician to help.
E5 – Overheating of compressor (OL activation) – Refrigerant piping system could be clogged, there may not be enough refrigerant, or there could be a fault with the OL or the connection.
E05 Overload protection A motor overload is detected by the electronic thermal function of the inverter. E07 Overvoltage protection The DC bus voltage exceeds the threshold due to regenerative energy from the motor. E08 EEPROM Error The EEPROM memory has problems due to noise or overheating.
Error codes E5 or E6

When your Philips Induction Cooktop shows error code E5 or E6, this indicates the voltage supply is too high or too low. Your induction cooktop works on standard voltage supply 220V~240V to ensure the optimum performance and longer product life.

E4: batteries changed – the batteries were replaced during the measurement. E5 (card(X)plore only): previous measurement was too close – minimum time restriction between two automatic BP measurements was not over.
The cuff is not properly secured.
The cuff is not properly secured.

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What does a E2_C error code mean?
ANSWER : If the console doesn’t receive a signal from the speed sensor, which is mounted on the back of the motor, the console stops sending power and displays an E2C error code.

You need someone to test voltage on the treadmill and determine if the power supply board, motor controller, or motor is bad.

You can have it repaired with “Sears Treadmill Repair” (even if you bought it somewhere else) calling them at 1-888-206-3131…

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I have a treadmill Nautilus 516, I mark an error e7 flashing. I already unplugged, lubricated, and clean the speed sensor with alcohol and a clean head cotton. When I jump in at the front it locked out like when you put it in position for move it. When I put start in 4 seconds get the error e7; and when the error still the jump in the front and locked if I put in the back of the walking part do not locked out but still get the e7.
ANSWER : Hi,It stands for a lost signal in the console wire harness. It could be one of the wires has been broken or there is a connection loose. unplug and replug all connections. Then check for continuity in all the wires in the harness. Try to enter the service mode, press Stop Belt, Faster, and Slower
simultaneously. P000 appears in the Select display, indicating that no
key is pressed. To exit the service mode, press and release the same three keys simultaneously or press Power twice to power up into normal mode. Check
the speed sensor to make sure it is within 3-4 inch from the front
roller (magnet). Then check the sensor wire harness to make sure it is
fully seated on the lower control board. If the problem persists, then you need to inspect the machine properly as it could be a faulty console/control board /speed sensor.Let me know,if needed further assistance.Hope i helped you.Thanks for using ‘ Fixya ‘ and have a nice day!!

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Okay so i have an LG Xenon and i tried to use a password on my phone and it didnt work at first it said put ur pin code in and now it sys to put your puk code in , i dont know my puk code ! :s
and i cant tell my parents because they will freak out

PUK code
and PIN Code:

dont try more than 3 times.If you try more than 3 times the Sim will get
locked.And it will ask for PIN code.Both these PUK and PIN code can be given
only by the network service provider. Please call the network service provider
of your mobile.And ask him to provide the PUK code or PIN code.He will ask you
some basic details like name,date of birth for his verification.And he
will provide you the PUK and PIN
code.This is done for free of cost.

Please do rate the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.

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Error code E5-5
ANSWER : I didn’t use mine for several years then just started again. It stopped after 15 minutes so I read the manual and used a silcone lubricant on/under the treads as recommended. That definitely helped and it was working again quite well for about a week or two. Now I get the error 5 again. Wondering if I needed to add MORE lubricant the first time so I am going to do it again tonight. Maybe it is the roller pully that needs the lubricant. Who knows. I just want it to work!! I am determined. 🙂

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I continually get code 90 (low/NO flow) from my 8111. I have disassembled, cleaned EVERYTHING, including the inlet port AT the pump (remind everybody to check this as stuff gets past the filter basket and will plug the pump inlet).

There is No air in the system and I get superb pressure at the outlet, yet I still get code 90. I again removed the flow sensor and put my ohm meter across the flow sensor terminals and activated the flapper and measured an open circuit. I used a heavier magnet to see if I could get make the internals of the sensor move to get an ohm reading, but I get nothing but an open circuit, ie: no measured resistance.

Can I simply bypass the defective flow sensor to trick the 8111 to think it has full flow without damaging the ‘brain’ of the system.?

Intex corp is useless at these questions. They have been out of stock on this sensor for months and are telling me “two weeks” for two months and now it’s “end of August” which I do not believe. Meanwhile I am making no chlorine while the 90 code is showing.

I love the 8111, this is the first problem I’ve had with it, and I’m frustrated that I can not get such an important part from them.

Thanks for listening!

ANSWER : Have you been able to find a solution to this problem. I am having the same issue.

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How to read Yamaha Neos etc Fault Codes
ANSWER : No codes here but it might come in handy.

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My cougar treadmill starts then displays an error 1 code and stops, what do I do to fix it
ANSWER : Hi, one of the more common error codes on treadmills with DC drive motors is the E-1 error. This error may occur when you try to start the belt, preventing it from starting up or it may occur when the belt is already running – the E-1 error will shut it down. Whenever the treadmill belt is running or when a command to start is entered, the microcontroller in the display board looks for a signal from the optical tach. The optical tach sensor is located at the end of the drive motor shaft. If the display board microcontroller does not see the tach signal or if the tach signal is interrupted, then an E-1 error will occur.

Unfortunately in many of the operator manuals the description of the E-1 error makes many customers think that there is something automatically wrong with the optical tach sensor. This is usually the least likely cause. The more likely causes are drive motor issues, a failure on the drive board, or failure of the tach signal to reach the display.

So you have to check this part one after the other to isolate the main cause of the error 1.

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