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This is an old unit a friend is looking for circuit diagrams and a service manual if possible


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Frank has the treadmill itself. smile

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Thanks for the reply, we looked at that yesterday, there are no diagrams lots of information on how to wire a plug though. The main diagram that Romy is looking for is the power supply.


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Looks like you need "Dwg 030626-201 Sheet 2", then! Pity that it seems to be missing from the .pdf cited.

But it does contain some useful information at page 3.3 ... and a list of DC voltage test points on page 5.5.

Crack on! smile


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