If the safety key is not correctly inserted or is defective, the "Distance" window will display "E00," indicating that the treadmill will not run. If the Safety Key slips off while exercising, the console will emit an audible signal, the "Distance" panel will display "E00," and the treadmill will come to a halt. These treadmills are designed to be used with safety keys that detect if someone falls as they attempt to stop.
The treadmill console is simple to operate and has a bright blue display. At all times, the information provided comprises speed, average, distance traveled, calories, pulse, and pace. For many programs, there is also a 1/4 mile track with a peak and valley graph.
Across the console window, the message "safety key off" appears. The treadmill's display simply shows dashes, 8's, or the phrase "Safety Key Off." The dashes or screen saver mode indicate that the safety key is turned off. Check sure the safety key is inserted or magnetically linked to the console.
Lift the lid to see the safety switch. It will be close to the key slot. The switch may or may not be mounted to the console cover, depending on the treadmill. The wire leads may be found on each side of the safety switch.
Many treadmills are equipped with a safety key. By inserting the key into a slot on the control console, a switch is closed and an internal electrical circuit is activated.
When you place the key into the console, it activates a switch that permits electrical current to flow and activates the treadmill operations. The belt speed can be set manually or automatically via an electronic control panel located inside the console. The key must remain in the "on" position for the treadmill to operate.
The treadmill's display just shows dashes, 8s, or'safety key off. ' Check out our safety key reed switch troubleshooting tutorial. These symbols indicate that the safety key has been deactivated. Check sure the safety key is inserted or magnetically linked to the console.
Turn the roller bolts no more than a quarter turn at a time. If the running belt is still slipping after you have tightened it, adjust the tension screw. Then test the treadmill again to make sure there is no sliding.
Your safety and the protection of this handbook will be provided in bold font with warnings and other valuable symbols below for informative reasons only. Make certain that you completely study and comprehend this material. Treadmills can be dangerous if not used properly.
There are three primary dangers in using a treadmill: falling, being caught in the machine and being thrown off balance. To minimize these risks, follow these guidelines:
• Use caution not to fall when walking or running on a treadmill. Fall protection is important when using any type of machinery.
• Read all instructions before use. Treadmill belts can move very quickly. They are powerful pieces of equipment that can cause serious injury if not used properly.
• Keep children away from the treadmills. Young people should never be left alone in the gym because they may try to imitate what they see. This could lead to accidents such as falling into moving parts of the machine or being pushed out of balance by a gust of wind from a motorized fan belt.
• Only use certified or authorized replacement parts on your treadmill. If you install a part without verifying its accuracy, it could cause damage to the mechanism and void your warranty.
• Follow all safety precautions when operating the treadmill.
To guarantee the safety of all users, the Freeform F20 Treadmill has the Safety Assist protection feature. When the safety key is removed, emergency braking is activated. When the treadmill is not in use, the safety key may be removed as a precautionary step to protect youngsters from injury. The braking system will automatically activate if someone approaches the machine or steps onto any part of the belt.
The safety key is located on the handle of the unit next to the on/off switch. To disable the safety feature, remove the key completely.
E21 indicates that the treadmill is not receiving a speed indication after pressing the start button. First, check whether or not the motor is turning before attempting to obtain the E21. If not, then the battery is dead. The E21 indicator is also known as the stop lamp. This means that there is no light coming from this bulb. This could be because of two reasons: first, it might be broken. Second, it might be functioning properly but there is no power reaching it from the controller. To test this, try tapping any other lamp on the console panel. If they all come on then there is a problem with the main control circuit. If only this one lamp is illuminated, contact Nordic Fitness immediately for a free replacement part.