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Landice treadmill we have had a landice pro sport trainer treadmill for several years. today after running for 20 min. the safey screen appeared and the tread mill stropped moving. the magnet is on the machine as normal. however, even after turning the machine off and unplugging for several minutes the treadmill is stuck in the safety mode and will not operate.

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Landice treadmill we have had a landice pro sport trainer treadmill for several years. today after running for 20 min. the safey screen appeared and the tread mill stropped moving. the magnet is on the machine as normal. however, even after turning the machine off and unplugging for several minutes the treadmill is stuck in the safety mode and will not operate.


You may want to take off you head board and check all the connection. this is not hard to do. Also when you in there check you cable connection. can you do this?
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TURN ON A CODE L5 LIGHTS UP - Landice L7 LTd Pro Sports Trainer Treadmill


L5 is really LS (Lose signal ) this occurs when the speed sensor is not functioning or no belt movement. Unplug unit remove motor shroud then plug unit back in, now stand on foot panels you will notice LED lights coming from the Motor Control Board, press start at this time you will manually with you foot start pushing the belt. What this will show you that if the speed sensor is working properly one of the lights will start flickering and the upper panel will register this pulse signal and the time should work. If you get a LS again then the speed sensor is defective and needs to be replaced, this sensor is located on top of the drive motor with 2 bolts attaching it to the motor body. Now if the sensor is functioning their is 2 other possibilities 1) Worn motor brushes 2) Motor Control Board Has Failed.Unplug Unit. The easiest to test out of the 2 is the motor, by using a 18v fully charged drill battery disconnect the lead from the motor going to the motor control board attach the leads to the battery and the motor should start to rotate if not replace worn brushes. If the motor rotates then you may have a defective motor control board. To test this portion you will need a multi-meter place leads where you disconnected the motor leads put meter range @ 20v DC plug in unit and start the unit, when you hear the click you should see about 5v DC = .5 MPH and their should be another LED light flickering as soon as you hit the start key this is the PWM signal which is generated from the upper board and travels thru the terminal harness. This tells you that both board and harness is working properly. My suggestion is that it is either the sensor or the brushes these are the 2 that commonly fail.
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I have just purchased a Landice P 7 Pro Trainer and notice that a light is constantly on in the front part of the machine where the motor is located. Is this normal? Also, I am having difficulty inputting weight and grade before I start the various programs. The accompanying manual is for the birds in its explanation. thanks, Mark


If no error number as "L5" should work well, with respect to the LED light is normal if you have more questions please send me a E-mail to cardiotech_me@hotmail.com I have the technical manuals, I will be going up soon FixYa.com
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Landice l 7 when turned on nothing lights up and nothing happens its dead


In order to do any of these tests you need to have a familiarity with electricity and a working knowledge of a voltage multimeter, if you don't then call a professional!! With that said you will need to remove the motor shroud then proceed with these steps: 1. Set your volt meter to AC volts, we are going to trace the power from the wall outlet through the treadmill to see where it ends. 2. With the treadmill unplugged, test the wall outlet. You should have from 115 to 125 VAC. Optimally, you will have at least 120 VAC. 3. Follow the power leads from the power cord to the lead ends. With the treadmill unplugged, connect your meter to the lead ends. Plug the treadmill in and check your reading. It should be the same as your reading from the wall outlet. 4. Continue this process with the electrical system, following the leads, as they pass through, breakers, fuses, and the like. 5. Where the power flow ends is where your problem is. Sometimes it will be in a bad connection, sometimes it will be in a shorted breaker or ( when checking the fuse unplug unit then check for continuity) blown fuse or a loose fuse in fuse holder, at times it may be as simple as a safety switch not working properly, or it may be a major problem with a component. If fuse is blown get the exact fuse ( 15 amp ceramic fuse) if it blows the fuse again, then you have a direct short in the Motor Control Board and will need replacement.
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Lites on control board read ( L 5 ) when machine is turned on.


The e1 symbol is an engineering error code for an electronics malfunction (actually is senses the motor not turning and giving an error. The most likely cause is the motor control board www.twincityrepair.com
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I need instructions for a LANDICE L7 LTD PRO SPORTS treadmill


You can get the manual on link below. http://site.thefitnessoutlet.com/landice/LandicePTManual.pdf
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How enter speed calibration - Landice L9 Pro Sport Trainer Commercial Treadmill


Depends on the model. I have a manual let me know.
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