Console Power Troubleshooting

Machine powered consoles (Standard, P10, P30, P30i and P31).

  1. Using a multimeter, verify that the facility outlet ACClosedAlternating Current: electric current which periodically reverses direction between positive and negative polarity. voltage is within required limits, see Power Requirements.
    1. If NO, ask facility to have an electrician check the power panel circuit breaker and outlet power.
    2. If YES, continue procedure.
  2.  Remove the treadmill hood, switch power ON and measure the AC voltage at the input side of the line filter. Verify that line voltage is within operating limits, see Power Requirements.

    1. If NO, replace the breaker switch.
    2. If YES, continue troubleshooting.
  1. Measure the AC voltage at the output side of the line filter. Verify that line voltage is present when the breaker switch is turned on.
    1. If NO, replace the line filter.
    2. If YES, continue troubleshooting.
  1. Replace the unit console and COMM cable with known good parts. Switch the power ON, does the test console power-up?
    1. If NO, replace the MCClosedMotor controller or motor controller module unit.
    2. If YES, continue troubleshooting.
  1. If the test console powered up, reconnect the test good COMM cable to the unit console. Switch the power ON, does the original console power-up?
    1. If YES, replace the COMM cable.
    2. If NO, the problem is with the console. Troubleshoot the console and replace if the console is not field repairable.

 

Self-powered consoles (P62, P80, and P82).

  1.  Disconnect the power supply and verify that the console power supply has power at the output cable connector, Reconnect the cable to the console, does the console power up?
    • If NO, replace the console power supply.
    • If YES, continue procedure.
  2.  Obtain a known good console and communication cable. First reconnect the communications cable from the motor controller "MC" to the console and then the power supply cable. Does the test console power-up without error?
    1. If NO, replace the MC module (IFTClosedIntegrated Footplant Technology: IFT recognize this change in speed when your foot strikes the belt and adjust to match every stride, resulting in a smooth, fluid feel that enhances the workout experience. drive)".
    2. If YES, re-connect the good test communications cable and power supply to the original console. Does the original console power up?.
CAUTION: Do not swap a good MC to troubleshoot a suspect bad MC which could damage the good replacement MC. The issues that damaged the original MC may also damage the good swapped MC.

See Also

System Troubleshooting Procedures