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How to Reset Error Code on Precor Treadmill

From time to time, error codes will pop up on your Precor treadmill. It just takes a quick second to clear the error log and get the treadmill up and running again.

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  1. When the treadmill is not in use, press the "Stop," "ENTER" and "QUICK START" buttons in rapid succession. The "RESET" button can also be used, in place of the "Stop" button.

  2. Press the "ENTER" button three times to access the treadmill's error log.

  3. Press the up or down arrows to scroll through the error codes, if necessary for club or personal logging purposes.

  4. To view the treadmill's odometer reading when a particular error code was elicited, press "SELECT" while a particular error code is displayed.

  5. To clear the error log, press "QUICKSTART" for a minimum of four seconds while viewing the list. Prompts will appear on the display and let you know when the log has been deleted.

  6. Tip

    If the same error code(s) appear(s) more than once, the following documents are of tremendous help, with regard to identifying structural problems with a particular model within the Precor family: http://www.fitnesselectronicrepairs.com/pdf%27s/precor%20error%20codes.pdf http://www.precor.com/comm/en/support/owners

    Warning

    You cannot retrieve the error log once you delete it.

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Things You'll Need

  • Precor treadmill (all models applicable)

About the Author

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