Treadclimber TC5300

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Error L5 is like error E1. It would better read as LS (low speed). Usually you can fix it by replacing the speed sensor or the motor controller.
– Safety Shutdown- Motor Voltage failure” or ” LS /L5” error code. This error code indicates that there is a problem within the drive system of the treadmill. This error code indicates that there is a problem in the Elevation system of your treadmill.
Most cases of L5-S1 disc herniation can be treated with conservative measures such as rest, ice, and heat. Chiropractic care, physical therapy, and pain medication can also be helpful.
This means there is a problem with the return. To reset this turn the boiler off at the wall (fuse spur) for a couple of seconds then back on again. If the boiler fails to operate then please contact Ideal or alternatively a Gas Safe Registered Engineer if outside of the warranty period.
Error Code: E5

The error code triggers when an object is detected by the folding sensors on the underside of the treadmill. The folding sensors look like small trapezoids: two on the back and two on the front. Make sure there are no foreign objects underneath the treadmill.

Error code 05: output short-circuit or over temperature detected in inverter inner components. Trouble shooting: Step 1. Disconnect the load, grid input and solar input Just connect battery and turn on the inverter after 5 minutes.
Now all TreadClimbers have been discontinued by Bowflex as they have transitioned to offering traditional treadmills and a new combination machine, the Max Trainer. The Max Trainer features a 2-in-1 design combining an elliptical and stair stepper.
Bowflex treadmills 10, 25, 22, and 56 can be reset during errors by unplugging the treadmill for at least five minutes before plugging it back in. While the treadmill has factory reset and recovery buttons on the back of the console, the user manuals advise against customer use of this feature.
Nerve root compression is relieved by trimming and/or removing a part of the facet joints. Lumbar artificial disc replacement. This surgery is not very common and includes a complete replacement of the intervertebral disc to relieve nerve root compression and replace it with an artificial implant.
L5-S1 Disc Bludge Causes

The most common cause is degeneration of the disc which occurs due to natural wear and tear in the spine due to aging. Injury or a traumatic event like a fall may also cause an L5-S1 disc bulge.

Error code 5 means your client hasn`t updated to the latest version yet. (once you`re updated to the latest version, it will say “Update required” instead of the ambiguous Error code 5. Try restarting steam, or validating the cache.
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.
Find the reset hole on the underside of the console. Plug the treadmill back in to a power outlet, insert a cotton swab or a small piece of plastic into the reset hole and push the “Reset” button.
Symptoms. “Run-time error `5`: Invalid procedure call or argument“This error occurs when trying to change the location of the sysdata directory to a shared directory on the network from the Change SYSDATA Directory dialog box of Microsoft FRx.
Over- and under-voltage

If either current or voltage increases to a level that the inverter is not rated for, it can cause damage to components in the device, most frequently the inverter bridge. Often this damage will be caused by the excess heat generated by the spike in voltage or current.

Nerve root compression is relieved by trimming and/or removing a part of the facet joints. Lumbar artificial disc replacement. This surgery is not very common and includes a complete replacement of the intervertebral disc to relieve nerve root compression and replace it with an artificial implant.
L5 Nerve Injuries/Peroneal Muscle Weakness

Weakness in this muscle introduces the potential for spraining of the ankle. Walking on uneven ground will make this weakness very apparent with a feeling of instability.

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Try to program and it comes error L5 – Bowflex Treadclimber TC5300
ANSWER : PAGE 63-64 in link Describe “LS” error.

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Belts stop turning and “err
LS” or “err OS” is displayed
Calibration
Re-calibrate machine. (See Calibration Procedures, Pg 26)
SPEED
SENSOR
1. Cycle power off and on
2. Put the machine in calibration mode (see Calibration
procedures, Pg 26) but do not start the calibration routine.
3. Remove right rear base plastic cover to allow access to
LED board. Caution: Machine is on. Current is active!!
4. Locate LED D on the motor controller board. LED may
be lit or unlit.
5. Manually advance the treadle with your foot, and check
if LED D is blinking.
6. If LED D is not blinking, then the speed sensor is not sup

plying a signal. Check that the speed sensor is connected
securely to P1 on the motor controller. If sensor is con

nected and LED D still does not flash replace sensor.
I/O cables
If LED D is flashing when the belts are turning but err LS
or OS persists, check for signs of visible damage to any of
the three I/O calbes and connections. If no visible damage
check continuity using a multi-meter. If a multi-meter is
not available replace all three cables.
Electronics
If all I/O cables are functioning properly, LED D indicates
speed sensor is functioning, and err LS or OS persists
problem is in either the upper electronics board or the
motor controller board. With machine on check LED A
on the controller board. If it is dimly lit replace upper
electronics (000-4430). If it is not lit at all replace motor
controller.
http://download.nautilus.com/supportdocs/AM_OM/Bowflex/BFX_TC5300_6000_OM_AM_RevA_web.pdf

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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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HI!
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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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. 🙂
-becky

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My bowflex tc5000 will not calibrate
ANSWER : Check the speed sensor and make sure it is no farther than a credit card away from the drive pully. Unplug unit Located…remove left and right rear covers and back cover. 3 screws in each and 4 screws in back. Follow 2 black wires up to drive belt pulley under back of left treadle. slide sensor in with cc between it and the pully. Recalibrate

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Bowflex Treadclimber rubs against housing.
ANSWER : Adjustment is needed. Remove rear covers and using a 9/16 wrench lossen the four bolts that secure treadle assembly to base. Place a 3/4 inch piece of plywood or a 3/8 inch socket extension in between the treadles in the front area. with that in place center them about an 1/8 in closer to the right upright as when you tighten the four bolt up the drive belt will place additional pressure and they should center perfect. tighten bolts…tight. remove wedge from between treadles and recalibrate unit. replace covers and enjoy. Use turtle wax on area rubbed to prevent rust.

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How to read Yamaha Neos etc Fault Codes
ANSWER : No codes here but it might come in handy. http://scootergrisen.dk/scooterhjemmeside/download/yamaha_neos_2t_servicemanual_2.pdf

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