The following information provides general equipment and service information that will help you to use this manual to properly repair and maintain the treadmill.
The equipment operating specifications.
LED consoles: P30, P30i and P31
Touchscreen consoles: P62 and P82
Elevation system generates up to 1000 lb / 453.6 kg of thrust and operated in compression for reliable operation.
Range: -3% to 15% in 0.5% increments.
Range: 0.0 - 16 mph in 0.5 increments (0 -25.7 kph) in 0.1 kph increments)
The treadmill supports two belt/deck options:
Auto stop is a safety feature that shuts off a treadmill that has been abandoned while the belt is running. Exclusive of the first sixty seconds after a workout has begun or resumed, any 30 second window with no user detected will prompt a 10 second countdown and then a full stop. The detection is accomplished through software, and is rated to detect persons weighing 50 lbs (22.7kg) or greater walking with a normal cadence.
The feature is selectable ON or OFF in the facility settings menus. It is default from the factory set to ON, and it is recommended to be set ON.
1.5 kW, 230VAC, 6.6A, 3-phase ACAlternating Current: electric current which periodically reverses direction between positive and negative polarity. induction motor.
The motor controller (MCMotor controller, motor controller unit, or motor controller module: used on treadmills, contains the LPCA and motor controller functionality.) implements Integrated Foot Plant Technology™ and sensorless variable frequency drive technology for high reliability and accurate speed control.
Exerciser safety clip and lanyard connected to the stop switch to immediately switch off power bringing the treadmill to a stop.
Heart rate sensor types:
Ground Effects® Impact Control System (GFXGround Effects Impact Control System: Patented treadmill design that out performs a natural running surface, absorbs high-impact movement, reduces joint stress and minimizes fatigue and supports a solid and controlled push off.®)
Progressive shock absorption system that absorbs high impact movements and supports a solid and controlled push off.
There are two supported frame assemblies:
Common frame differences:
Max User Weight
Maximum exerciser weight: 350 lbs (159 kgs)
Length 83 in / 211 cm
Width 35 in / 89 cm
Equipment Weight 412 lb / 187 kg
Height 68.5 in / 174 cm
The product model number is a six digit alphanumeric code "AAAXXX" containing the product type, product line, console type, and feature level designator:
- "AAA" - three alpha character PRODUCT TYPE designator
- "X" – 1 digit numeric PRODUCT LINE designator
- "X" – one digit numeric CONSOLE type designator
- "X" – one digit numeric FEATURE LEVEL designator
Product model number: TRMTreadmill833
- TRM – Treadmill
- 8 – Experience Line
- 3 – P30 console
- 3 – Fixed ramp
Product Model Number Designator Definitions
|PRODUCT TYPE||PRODUCT LINE||CONSOLE||FEATURE LEVEL|
EFXElliptical Fitness Crosstrainer: elliptical
AMTAdaptive Motion Trainer: AMT
UBKUpright Bike: Upright
RBKRecumbent Bike: Recumbent
|7||EFX: Fixed Ramp/Moving Arms|
|5||TRM: High Speed/Decline
AMT: Moving Step Height
EFX: Moving Ramp/Moving Arms
RBK: Standard features
UBK: Standard features
|3||TRM: Fixed Ramp
AMT: Fixed Step Height EFX: Moving Ramp/Fixed Arms
|1||EFX: Fixed Ramp/Moving Arms|
The serial number uniquely identifies each machine. The serial number is an alphanumeric code comprised of a four character model designator, a 1 letter build month code, a 2 digit day built, a 2 digit year built and a four digit consecutive daily build number.
Serial Number Label Location
The serial number label is located on the left side of the hood and on the left side of the front frame weldment underneath the hood.
|Note: Always use the frame serial number label to verify the machine serial number. Do not use a label attached to a plastic cover, the cover may have been replaced from a different machine.|
The equipment orientation (front, right, left, & back) is referenced to an exerciser standing on the running belt/deck facing the console.
Equipment cover and access panel locations.
For cover removal and installation, see Covers and Panels Replacement.
Tools and supplies required to complete the machine service and repair.
|• US and Metric Hex Key set||• Standard straight slot tip screw drive set|
|• US and Metric socket set||• Philips tip screw driver set|
|• Us and Metric wrench set||• US & metric Allen wrench set|
|• Cutters||• 7/16” Allen key, socket mounted|
|• Rubber mallet||• Pliers|
|• Tape measure /Straight edge ruler||• Inner and outer snap ring pliers|
|• DVM meter||• TorqueTorque is a measure of the force that can cause an object to rotate about an axis. Bolt/nut example: 5 NM torque is equivalent to 5 newton's of force applied one meter from the center of the bolt, 6 ft-lb is equivalent to 6 lbs of force applied 1 foot away from the center of the bolt. Wrenches: 9 in lbs to 100 in - lbs (83 ft-lbs)|
|• AC Clamp-on averting current meter||• DVM Multimeter|
|• Belt tension gauge – OTC Tools Model #: 6673||• Drive Belt tension Gauge (Kent-Moore BT-33-73-F|
|• 2 Running belt tension gauges (Precor PN: PPP000000020007101)||• Compatible HRHeart Rate chest strap or Polar HRM simulator xmitter (Precor PN: PPP000000020045101)|
|• 12 " wonder bar||• Vacuum cleaner (recommend ESD safe model)|
|• ESD wrist strap|
|• Super Lube Gel with Teflon by Permatex||• Cleaning rags|
|• Mobil 1, NLGI 2 Teflon Synthetic Grease||• Cleaner Degreaser (see )|
|• Loctite 243 Blue Medium Strength Threadlocker||• Cable ties (1- 3/4", 3", 4" lengths)|
Fastener Torque Specification
System component fastener torque specification:
|RFRadio Frequency: Identifies electromagnetic signals with frequency spectrum between the 3 kHz (3,000 hertz) to 300 GHz (300 billion hertz) range. coax connector||2.4 in-lbs (0.271 Nm)|
|Display mounting fasteners||180 in-lbs (20 Nm|
|Set screws||300 in-lbs (34 Nm)|
|Plastite screw fasteners||20 in-lbs (2.3 Nm)|
|Flathead screws||25 in-lbs (2.8 Nm)|
|Deck front fasteners||27-33 in-lbs (3.1-3.7 Nm)|
|Deck rear fasteners||50-55 in-lbs (5.6-(6.2 Nm)|
|Lift Motor Calibration gap||1 1/8 in - 1 3/16 in (2.8 cm - 3.0 cm)|
Belt Tension Specification
.Belt tension specification:
|Drive Belt Tension New Belt(1)||100-120 lbs (45-54 kgs)|
|Drive Belt Tension Used Belt(1)||80-90 lbs (36-41 kgs)|
|Drive Motor fasteners||204 in-lbs (17 ft-lbs, 23 N-m)|
|Ammeraal brand running belt tension (gauge/percent)||3.75 (0.75%)(2)|
|Forbo brand running belt tension (gauge/percent)||3.55 (0.55%)(2)|
|(1) New belt tension applies to new belt first time installations. Used belt tension applies to reinstalling an existing belt or re‑tensioning an existing used belt.
(2) Referenced to 3.0 (0.0%).
Bolt grade markings are used to categorize bolts according to the bolt material, manufacturing process, and mechanical properties. The grade of the bolt is stamped on the head of the bolt.
US SAE bolts: The bolt grade markings are determined by the number of the lines stamped on the head of the bolt. The number of lines is always two less than the grade of the bolt. Count the lines, add two, and you can determine the grade of the bolt.
Metric bolts: On metric bolts, the bolt grade is identified by a bolt grade number stamped on the head of the bolt.
CAUTION: Always replace bolts with the same grade bolt. If you don’t know the grade of the replacement bolt – DO NOT USE THE BOLT.
Bolt Grade Markings Chart
Example bolt grades used on Precor equipment (may not represent all bolt grades). Always match the replacement bolt grade marking to the removed bolt grade marking.
Only use products from the following list of approved lubricants:
Use only NLGI class 2 PTFE synthetic grade grease. Use of unapproved lubricants may void the product warranty.
Recommended brands (or equivalent):
• Mobil 1® synthetic grease
• Super Lube® with Teflon
|CAUTION: Do not use petroleum based lubricants on mechanical components such as the lift, as this may result in degradation of nylon gearing mechanisms. Use only synthetic lubricants such as "Super Lube with Teflon" or "Mobile One Synthetic" grease (RED).|
|CAUTION: Do not apply any lubricants or wax to the deck and belt. Do not use Wax Blast, silicon sprays, or other applied lubricants. The use of these lubricants will quickly degrade the low-friction surface of the deck.|
Only use the following approved cleaning products and procedures to safely clean and prevent damage to the machine surfaces.
Approved Cleaning Products:
Approved equipment and console cleaning products:
- General Equipment Surfaces:
- 1 part mild soap to 30 parts water (recommend Simple Green® cleaner or equivalent).
- Athletic equipment cleaner, 9x7 pre-saturated wipes (ATHLETIX PRODUCTS).
- Enivir O Safe oxygen enhanced cleaner or Enviro Safe glass and multitask cleaner concentrate.
- Consoles and PVSPersonal Viewing System display. displays: a diluted solution of one part 91% Isopropyl alcohol to one part water.
Genaric cleaning procedure applicable to all Precor equipment:
|TIP: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE VIDEOS There are many product specific PMPreventative Maintenance: Daily, Weekly, Monthly, and Quarterly scheduled maintenance. cleaning videos available on the Precon Connect SERVICE VIDEOS web page. Log in to your Precor Connect servicer account and select SERVICE VIDEOS, see SERVICE VIDEOS.|
- Wipe down equipment using a soft lint-free cloth using only the recommended cleaning solution. Always spray cleaning solution directly onto the cleaning cloth and not directly onto the equipment surface to avoid equipment damage due to excessive moisture.
CAUTION: Do not use acidic cleaners and do not spray directly onto the equipment surfaces.
- Rinse surfaces using a clean lint-free cloth dampened with water only.
- Then completely dry with another clean lint-free cloth.
The minimum side to side spacing between treadmills is 20 in (0.5 m) and the minimum front to back spacing is 78 in (2 m).