If it is the μprocessor then you would need the embedded firmware for it.
??? How would that make a difference?it worked fine until I plugged the treadmill into an outlet with reverse polarity.
Hi Thanks for the reply??? How would that make a difference?
The only difference in the polarity is one side is referenced to earth ground.
Very difficult to sub a different controller due to custom methods of consol communication with the board.
What is your location, Country?
Number from the Smooth owners manual is 9.65LC-04 There on no printing on the heat sink or green board that resembles any sort of part No.QLUOTE="MaxHeadRoom, post: 1338482, member: 212212"]Even for power tools, the TM type board or similar controller such as KB drives is advised, they do not run that well using the simple Triac controllers.
If it is blowing the fuse etc then some appears to be loading the motor and may have damaged the existing board.
You could try resetting it and try and get the motor to run with the belt off and see if that eliminates the breaker trip.
What is the motor board model /part No?
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