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Publication No. 0208-830
Quinton instrument co.
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PUBLICATION(SJ AFFECTED: DATE: May 2, 1984

Q55/Q65 Medical Treadmill Service Manual


Publication Number 0208-830
Serial Numbers Affected: All

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 SCOPE ....................................................................................................................... 1-1


1.2 ORGANIZATION ..•..•.•...•.•.••.••••..••••••••..•.......•....••.....•..•.• 1-1
1.3 Q55/Q65 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1-1
1.3.1 Q2000 Stress Test Monitor ....................................................................................................... 1-1
1.3.2 Mode1645 Programmable Treadmill Controller ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1-2
1.3.3 Treadmill Controller .................................................................................................................. 1-2
1.4 TREADMILL CONTROLLERS ............................................................................ 1-2
1.5 ACCESSORIES ........................................................................................................................... 1-2

- 1.6
1.6.1
1.6.2
OPTIONS .....••...•••••....•.••••••••••••••••••....•.....•.............
Power Options ............................................................
.1-2
Hardware Options (Q55/Q65) .....•....•..••..••..•............................ 1-3
.1-2

1.7 SPECIFICATIO NS ...•..•.••.••••.••••••.•.••••••.••.... .1-3


1.7.1 Q 55 SpecificatioIlS .••.....•..•.••.••.•.••.••....•....... .1-3
1.7.2 Q65 Specifications ...........•.•..••••.••.••..•...•..•....•.....••........... 1-3
1.8 OPERATOR MANUAL ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1-4
1.9 REFERENCES ...•••••••••••••.••••••••••••••.•••.•.••.••••..•..•.......•... 1-4

SECTIO N 2. OPERA TIO N

2.1 INTRODUCTIO N ...........................................................


.2-1
2.2 RECEIVING ••••• ...........................................................
• 2-1
- 2.3
2.4
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2-1
INSTALLATION CHECKOUT PROCEDURE ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2-1

SECTION 3. THEORY OF OPERATION

3.1 INTRODUCTION ..•••.••...•....•.••.••••.••••.•....•.....•..•.••••••.•••••• 3-}


3.2 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (PCB) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-1
3.3 PO WER S U PPL Y .•••.•.....••.•••••••••••••.....••.•.......••.••.••.•....•••• 3-}
3.4 DRIVE MOTO R ..•..•..••.•..•••••••.•...•••..•.•.•..•.....•..•.••••••••••••. 3-3
3.5 INPUT SHAFT, OUTPUT SHAFT, BELTS A ND PULLEYS ••••••••••••••••••••• 3-3
3.5.1 Input Shaft. . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .....•...•..•••.••.. 3-4
3.5.2 Output Shaft .........•.•..•........•..............................•...•..... 3-4

- 3.5.3
3.5.4
3.6
Variable Speed Belt .......•.....•.•........................•..••.••..••...... 3-4
Treadmill Drive and Idler Pulleys ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
WALKING BELT AND BELT TRACKING SWITCHES ••••••••••
. ............. . 3-4
. .............• 3-4
3.7 SPEED CHANGE MOTOR ASSEMBLY •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3-5
3.8 TACHOMETER ASSEMBLY ...................... ....................... . 3-5
3.9 GRADE MOTOR ...•••••••.••••••••••••••...•••• ·..... . ................. . 3-5
3.10 PINION SHAFT AND RACK GEARS ••••••••••••• · ....................... . 3-5
- 3.11 GRADE POTE NTIO METER •••••••••••••••••••••• · ....................... • 3-5

SECTION 4. TROUBLESHOOTING

4.1 INTRODUCTIO N •.••••••.•••••••••••••••••....•.••.••....•.....•••..•...•.•• 4-1


4.2 DIAG NOSTIC AIDS •••.••.•••••••••..•.••••••••••••.......•..•.•..•...•..•••. 4-1
4.3 TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4-1
SECTION 5. CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE

5.1 INTRODUCTION •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• " •••••• 5-1


5.2 DISASSEMBL Y AND REASSEMBLY PROCEDURES •••••••••••••••••••••• '••••••• 5-1
5.2.1 Access Under the Treadmill Hood ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-1
5.2.1.1 Drive Motor 2M2 Replacement ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••,•••••• a_* .5-1
5.2.1.2 Speed Change Motor 2A2 Replacement •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-1
5.2.1.3 Speed Change Motor Capacitor 2A2Cl Replacement ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-2
5.2.1.4 Tachometer 2A3 Optical Sensor Replacement ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-2
5.2.1.5 Tachometer Beam Chopper Replacement ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-2
5.2.1.6 Grade Motor 2Ml and/or Grade Motor Gearbox Replacement ••••••••••••• ~ ••••••• 5-2
5.2.1.7 Grade Potentiometer 2RI Replacement •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-3
5.2.1.8 Printed Circuit Board (PCB) 2Al Replacement ••••••••••••••••••••••••• , •••••••• 5-4
5.2.1.9 Drive Motor Contactor 2Kl Replacement •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-4
5.2.2 Disassembly to Remove the Input Shaft Assembly ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-4
5.2.2.1 Input Shaft Assembly Replacement •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-4
5.2.2.2 Replacement of a Seized Bearing on the Input Shaft ............................... 5-5
5.2.2.3 Reinstallation of a Loose Bearing on the Input Shaft •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••5-6
5.2.2.4 Speed Change Spindle Assembly Replacement. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-6
5.2.2.5 V-Belt and/or Machined Pulley Replacement •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-6
5.2.3 Disassembly to Remove the Output Shaft Assembly ••••••••••••••• ~. ir~ ~:.;~ tl' ••• "~ ••. 5~6,\
5.2.3.1 Output Shaft Assembly Replacement ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••' .'~,,: ~ :c••• ; • ~ 5~7 ...
5.2.3.2 Replacement of a Seized Bearing on the Output Shaft ••••••••••••• .,. ••••••• ·••••• 5-7
5.2.3.3 Reinstallation of a Loose Beari ng on the Output Shaft •••••••••••••••• ~ •••••••••• 5-7
5.2.3.4
5.2.3.5
Variable
.
Speed Belt Replacement ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ~ '.,-.':' •••••••• 5-8
Tl ming Belt Replacement •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.••••••••• ~ .:••••••••.•• 5-8
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5.2.4 Disassembly to Remove the Rack Gears or Pinion Shaft •••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-8
5.2.4.1 Rack Gear Reassembly •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-8
5.2.4.2 Replacement of a Jammed Rack Gear •••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••••••• 5-9
5.2.4.3 Pinion· Shaft Replacement •••••••••• e •• ·• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • e • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 5~9
5.2.5 Belt Tracking Switch Replacement •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-10
5.2.6 Disassembly to Remove the Walking Belt or Drive or Idler Pulley •••••••••••••••••• 5-10
5.2.6.1 Walking Bel t Replacement ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ~ • ~ ••••••• 5-10
5.2.6.2 Drive or Idler Pulley Replacement •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-10
5.2.6.3 Removing a Burr from the Deck •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••, • -.'fr "', ~,.'., • • • • t 5-1 0
5.3 ADJUSTMENT AND ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES •••••••••••••••••••':~ •••••••••'5-11
5.3.1 Timing Belt Tension Adjustment •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ~ ••••••• 5-11
5.3.2 Walking Belt Tension or Track Adjustment ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-11
5.3.3 Adjusting the Setscrews on the Speed Change Yok e •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-11
5.3.4 Torque Limiter ,Adjustment ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-12
5.3.5 Tachometer Beam Chopper Alignment ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-12
5.4 CALIBRATION PROCEDURES ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• '•••••••••••••• 5-13
5.4.1 Speed Calibration ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-13
5.4.2 Grade Calibration ........................................................... 5-14
5.4.3 Trip Level.(Low Volts) Calibration ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••• 5"-15
5.4.4 Grade Potentiometer Calibration •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•••••••••••••• 5-15
5.5 . POST-MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5-15

SE CTIO N 6. D RA WI NGS •••••••••••••••••••••••••, •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 6-1


LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1-1 System Q (Q2000 with Q55) ............................................... 1-1


Figure 1-2 Model 645 Programmable Treadmill Controller •••••.•••••••••••••.••••.•••• 1-1
Figure 1-3 Q65 with Treadmill Controller, PIN 14544-002 .•••.••••••••••••.•.••••••••. 1-2
Figure 3-1 Q55/Q 65 Medical Treadmill Components ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••. 3-2
Figure 3-2 Q55/Q65 Medical Treadmill Functional Block Diagram •••••..••.••••••••••••• 3-7
Figure 3-3 Input Shaft, Output Shaft, Belts and Pulleys ••••••••••••••.•••••••••...••••• 3-3
Figure 4-1 Waveform at 2AIP7, Pin 1 ............................................... 4-18
Figure 5-1 Loosening the Variable Speed Belt •••••••••.••••••••.••••••••••.•••••••••• 5-5
Figure 5-2 Speed Change Spindle Assembly· •••••••••.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••.•• 5-11

Table 3-1 Drive Motor Specifications ............................................... 3-3

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Thank you for purchasing this product from Quinton Medical Co.
With proper care and operation, it will provide outstanding
performance, both now and in the years to come.

To assure safe operation and efficient use of your time, please read
the entire operator manual before operating the equipment.

If you have questions or problems regarding either operation or


service, please contact your local representative or our Seattle
office.

If you discover damage to your equipment, refer to Section 2 for


instructions on damaged shipments and freight claims.
1.3 055/065 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION
The Q55 and Q65 Medical Treadmills are
designed to function as Unit 2 of Quinton's Q
- Series of stress test products. One of the
following Quinton instruments functions as
Unit I, the treadmill controller.
1.1 SCOPE
1.3.1 02000 Stress Test Monitor
This service manual includes information on In Quinton's System Q, the treadmill is a
how to install and maintain Quinton's Q55 and peripheral to the Q2000 Stress Test Monitor.
Q65 Medical Treadmills. The manual does not Figure 1-1 shows the System Q (Q2000 with
include information regarding any of the three Q55).
treadmill controllers that can be used with the
treadmill: the Q2000 Stress Test Monitor (PIN
0207-001 through 0207-006), the Model 645

- Programmable Treadmill Controller (PIN


0222-001 through 0222-003) or Quinton's
Treadmill Controller (PIN 14544-001 or -002).

1.2 ORGANIZATION

The information in this service manual is


organized as follows:

Sect ion 1 contains a general description of the


Q55 and Q65 Medical Treadmills and lists
options, accessories, specifications and
references.

Section 2 contains information on rece lYIng, Figure 1-1 System 0 (02000 with 055)
uncrating, inspecting and installing the
- Q55/Q65 Medical Treadmill. An installation
checkout procedure is included.
In System Q, the Q55 or Q65 depends entirely
upon the Q2000 for operational control. The
operator can use the dedicated treadmill
Section 3 contains the theory of operation for controls on the Q2000 front panel to change
the Q55/Q65. It contains a general description speed or grade. The operator can also use a
of the treadmill to the functional block stored treadmill protocol, programmed by the
diagram level. operator, to control speed, grade and duration
for each stage of the protocol.
Section 4 addresses troubleshooting the
Q55/Q65. It describes diagnostic aids built
into the treadmill unit and includes fault logic
diagrams to assist in troubleshooting. If a
failure occurs on the printed circuit board
(PCB), component replacement should occur at
the factory. For this reason, detailed
troubleshooting procedures for the PCB are
not provided.
Section 6 contains corrective maintenance
procedures. The section includes alignment,
adjustment, disassembly, repair and
reassembly procedures.

Section 7 contains assembly drawings, Figure 1-2 Model 645 Programmable Tread-
cross-indexed to reference designations. mill Controller
1-1
1.3.2 Model 645 Programmable Treadmill 645 Programmable Treadmill Controller
Controller Handrail Mount 0222-001
Table Top 0222-002
Quintons Model 645 Programmable Treadmill Rack Mount 0222-003
Controller (PTC) can also be used to run the
Q55 or Q65. The 645 PTC is a Treadmill Controller
microprocessor-controlled system that can Q55 Treadmill 14544-001
automatically control the Q55 or Q65 during a Q65 Treadmill 14544-002
stress test. The 645 PTC can store up to 12
protocols, two of which are permanently
stored. The other 10 protocols can be 1.5 ACCESSORIES
programmed by the operator. Controls on the
645 PTC also allow manual control of the The following accessories are shipped with the
treadmill. The 645 PTC displays metabolic Q55/Q65. Your Quinton sales or service
information as well as speed and grade representative will inventory these items
indication. Figure 1-2 shows the Model 645 during installation.
Programmable Treadmill Controller.
Accessory Part Number
1.3.3 Treadmill Controller
Handrail Assembly 12976-001
A third control device that can be used with Handgrip, Fabric 13802-001
the Q55/Q65 is Quinton's Treadmill Operator Manual 0208-841
Controller. Figure 1-3 shows the Q65 with
the Treadmill Controller. In this
configuration, treadmill control is totally 1.6 OPTIONS
manual.
The following options are available for the
Q55/Q65:

1.6.1 Power Options

Q55 Option Part Number

230V, 60Hz, Single phase 0208-001


230V, 50Hz, Single phase 0208-002
100V, 60Hz, Single phase 0208-003
100V, 50Hz, Single phase 0208-004
208V, 60Hz, Single phase 0208-005
l15V, 60Hz, Single phase 0208-006

Q65 Option Part Number

Figure 1-3 065 with Treadmill Controller, PIN 230V, 60Hz, Single phase 0221-001
14544-002 208V, 60Hz, Single phase 0221-005

1.4 TREADMILL CONTROLLERS


Any of the following treadmill controllers can
be used to operate the Q55/Q65 treadmill.

Treadmill Controller Part Number

Q2000 Stress Test Monitor


230V, 60Hz 0207-001
230V, 50Hz 0207-002 Treadmill users are advised that an
100V, 60Hz 0207-003 autotransformer should not be used to increase
100V, 50Hz 0207-004 115 Vac to 230 Vac to run the treadmill.
208V, 60Hz 0207-005 Consult your local licensed electrician to
115 V, 60Hz 0207-006 correct the voltage at your facility.
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1.6.2 Hardware Options (a55/a65) Walking surface height: 5.3 in (13.5 cm)

Option Part Number Handrail height: 43 in (l09 cm) above floor

Overhead Mask Support 13689-001 Weight: 400 lb (l81 kg)


Side Handrail, Short 13690-001
Side Handrail, Long 13691-001 Shipping weight: 500 Ib (227 kg)
Emergency Off Switch 13675-001
Ca theter Arm Support 0043-002
1.7.2 a65 Specifications
1.7 SPECIFICATIONS
Perf ormance
1 .7.1 a55 Specifications
Maximum rated load: 400 Ib (l81 kg), Bruce
Performance Protocol

Maximum rated load: 350 Ib (159 kg), Bruce Belt speed range: 1.5 to 15 mph (2.4 to 24
Protocol kph), continuously adjustable

Belt speed range: 1 to 10 mph (1.6 to 16 kph), Elevation range: 0 to 2596 grade (0 to 14°)
continuously adjustable
Power options:
Elevation range: 0 to 2596 grade (0 to 14°)
230 Vac, 1 PH, 60 Hz, 16 A
Power options: 208 Vac, 1 PH, 60 Hz, 16 A

Minimum branch circuit requirements:


- 100
115
230
Vac,
Vac,
Vac,
1 PH,
1 PH,
1 PH,
50
60
50
or 60 Hz, 24 A
Hz, 24 A
or 60 Hz, 12 A 230 Vac - 20 A
208 Vac, 1 PH, 60 Hz, 12 A 208 Vac - 20 A

Minimum branch circuit requirements: NOTE


100 Vac - 30 A The branch circuit must be dedicated to
115Vac-30A the Q65 only. Do not connect the Q65
208 Vac- 15 A and the Q2000 to the same circuit.
230 Vac-15 A
Environmental
NOTE
Operating temperatures: 60 to 95°P (I5 to
The branch circuit must be dedicated to 35°C)
the Q55 only. If used with a Q2000, do
not connect the Q55 and the Q2000 to Storage temperatures: 0 to 1200 P (-18 to 49°C)
the same circuit.
- En vironmental
Humidity: 30 to 9096, noncondensing
Physical
Operating temperatures: 60 to 95°P (15 to
35°C) Nominal walking area: 20 x 65 in (51 x 165 cm)

Storage temperatures: 0 to 120 0 P (-18 to 49°C) Ploor space required: 28 x 86 in (71 x 218 c m)

Humidity: 30 to 9096, noncondensing Walking surface height: 5.3 in (13.5 cm)

Physical Handrail height: 44 in (Ill cm) above floor


-- Nominal walking area: 20 x 55 in (51 x 140 cm) Weight: 425 Ib (193 kg)

Ploor space required: 28 x 76 in (71 x 193 cm) Shipping weight: 600 Ib (272 kg)
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1.8 OPERATOR MANUAL

A comprehensive operator manual is supplied


with this equipment. You may order
additional copies by writing to Quinton
Instrument Company, 2121 Terry Avenue,
Seattle, Washington 98121; or by calling our
Customer Service Department at (800)
426-0347.

1.9 REFERENCES

The following references were used in the


preparation of this manual:

1. Operator manual for the Model Q55/Q65


Medical Treadmill, PIN 0208-841

2. Operator manual for the Quinton Model


Q2000 Stress Test Monitor, PIN 0207-840

3. Service manual for the Quinton Model


Q2000 Stress Test Monitor, PIN 0207-830

4. Technical manual for the Model 645


Programmable Treadmill Controller, PIN
0222-830

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3. Cut the bands.
SECTION 2. OPERATION
4. Lift the top of the crate straight up off
the pallet.

5. Remove the plastic sheeting.

2.1 INTRODUCTION 6. With the aid of a second person, lift the


flat end of the treadmill no more than 6 inches
This section contains the reCeIVing, unpacking off the pallet.
and inspection, and installation procedures.

2.2 RECEIVING

Before leaving the factory, the Q55/Q65 is


thoroughly inspected and tested for proper Lifting from the wrong end of the
operation. To minimize shipping damage, the treadmill or lifting more than 6 inches off
Q55/Q65 is shipped in a specially designed the pallet or floor can damage the
packing crate. The Q55 weighs 500 lb. (272 treadmill.
kg) and the Q65 weighs 600 lb. (272 kg).

Quinton Instrument Company's responsibility


for this shipment ends upon delivery to the
carrier, who assumes responsiblity for safe
delivery. Therefore, when damage or loss to
merchandise shipped FOB Factory is sustained Limit switches on the underside of the
in transit, claims must be made by the treadmill can break if the treadmill is not

- customer and directed to the carrier.

When shipments are sent FOB Destination,


lifted carefully off the pallet.

7. Ease one of the front wheels off the


Quinton Instrument Company will file the pallet.
claim, provided we are furnished with an
acceptable inspection report from the carrier. 8. Ease the second wheel off the pallet.
If a claim is disallowed because of failure to
obtain the report, repair charges will be billed 9. Roll the treadmill into the desired
to the customer. position.

Upon receipt of the shipment, the containers 10. Install the handrail by positioning on the
or units should be inspected for external two supports provided on the headframe.
damage. Discrepancies should be noted on the
waybill, which should then be signed by the
carrier's agent. Failure to adequately describe 2.4 INSTALLATION CHECKOUT PROCEDURE
external evidence of loss or damage on the
waybill may result in the carrier refusing to
honor the claim.

2.3 UNPACKING AND INSPECTION


WARNING I
Do not start belt when anyone is
The front handrail assembly and the operator standing on it.
manual arc shipped with the Q55/Q65 Medical
Treadmill as standard equipment. These items 1. Verify that the service outlet voltage
are not listed on the waybill. matches the voltage on the nameplate. If
using the Q2000 as the treadmill controller,

- 1. Inspect the shipping crate for evidence of


damage.
verify that the treadmill alld the Q2000 are on
separate branch circuits.

2. Pull the nails out of the lower skirting of 2. Plug the Q55/Q65 power cord into the
the crate. service outlet.
2-1
3. Inspect treadmill connector 2A4W2Jl for through the entire range specified for
damage, then connect the control cable (PIN both speed and grade.
13102-001) •
g. Press STOP and verify that treadmill
4. If using the Q2000 as the treadmill stops.
controller, perform the following steps. If no
error codes appear during performance of the 5. If using Model 645 Programmable
test, the treadmill is operational. Treadmill Controller as the treadmill
controller, perform the checkout procedure in
a. Ensure that the checkout procedure in Section 2.3 of the Model 645 Programmable
Section 2.3 of the Q2000 Operator Manual Treadmill Controller Technical Manual (PIN
(P IN 0207-840) has been performed. 0222-830).

b. Run treadmill calibration (Steps 1, 2 and 7 6. If using Quinton's Treadmill Controller,


of Section 4.4 of Q2000 Service Manual) perform the following steps.
and store data.
a. Ensure that CABLE CO N N LED is on.
c. Press MASTER RESET.
b. Press RUN to start the treadmill.
d. If AUTO TM red LED is on, press AUTO
TM to return treadmill to manual c. Using SPEED and ELEV (grade) increase
operation. and decrease keys, verify that the
treadmill can be controlled manually
e. Press START. through the entire range specified for
both speed and grade.
f. Using speed and grade, increase and
decrease (...... and".) controls. Verify that d. Press STOP and verify that treadmill
the treadmill can be controlled manually stops.

2-2
Figure 3-1 shows treadmill components and
SECTION
, 3. figure 3-2 shows the functional block diagram
for the Q55/Q65 Medical Treadmill. Figure
THEORY OF OPERATION 3-2 is located at the end of Section 3.

3.2 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (PCB)


3.1 INTRODUCTION
Motor control relays, fuses and electronic
The Q55/Q65 Medical Treadmill uses one circuits are mounted on the printed circuit
board (PCB) 2Al. Mounted on the back of the
motor to drive a walking belt, one motor to PCB bracket are drive motor contactor 2Kl
change the speed of the walking belt and one and transformer 2Tl. Connector 2AIPll on
motor to change the grade (elevation) of the the PCB provides the interface between the
treadmill.., The treadmill is considered Unit 2 treadmill controller (Unit I) and the treadmill
of Quinton's Q Series of stress test products. (Unit 2). Circuits on the PCB and electrical
It can be controlled by any of the following
treadmill controllers (the controller is components are described in this section as
considered Unit I): the Q2000 Stress Test they relate to the treadmill subassemblies that
Monitor, the Model 645 Programmable they control or monitor.

- Treadmill Controller or Quinton's Treadmill


Controller. The Q55 and Q65 are functionally
identical and use identical cable interfaces to 3.3 POWER SUPPLY
the various types of controllers. The Q55
operates between I and 10 mph (l.6 and 16 Line voltage is available to treadmill control
kph), and the Q65 operates between 1.5 and 15 circuits on the PCB when the power cord is
mph (2.4 and 24 kph). plugged in. Power is routed directly through
connectors 2AIPI and 2AIP6 to the motors
A drive motor provides the motive force to and fan. Line voltage is stepped down through
turn the treadmill drive pulley and move the transformer 2Tl before it goes to the power
walking belt. An arrangement of shafts, belts supply circuit on the PCB. Transformer 2Tl
and pulleys, including a variable speed belt, also provides electrical isolation from primary
allows a moveable sheave on the input shaft to power.
affect the rate of rotation of the output shaft
and the walking belt. The power supply circuit uses a diode bridge
A reversible speed change motor moves the rectifier, filters and voltage regulators
speed change spindle assembly and moveable 2Al VR I and 2Al VR2 to supply +24 Vac to the
sheave along the input shaft to effect changes power supply monitor circuit and +12 Vdc and
in the speed of the walking belt. A +23 Vdc to other PCB circuits.
tachometer is linked to the output shaft to
monitor the speed of the walking belt. A +24 Vac power supply monitor circuit uses a
rectifier/filter, a low voltage comparator, a
A grade motor turns a pinion shaft to raise and pulse stretcher and an output driver to sense
lower the headframe of the treadmill on two and indicate low line voltage. Sensitivity can

- x:ack gears. A grade potentiometer linked to


the pinion shaft by a chain and sprockets
allows grade change to be monitored.
be adjusted by the trip level potentiometer.
When .low line voltage is sensed, the LO
VOLTS LED on the PCB lights and feedback is

- A printed circuit board (PCB) assembly


contains electrical and electronic elements
necessary for motor control and treadmill
sent to the treadmill controller.

A +23 Vdc continuity test circuit on the PCB


also monitors the treadmill control cable
controller interface. Signals from the connection to ensure that there is no break in
controller initiate start/stop, speed increase continuity. A CABLE OK LED lights on the
or decrese, grade change and grade direction PCB unless there is a break in the plug
change. Feedback signals from the
- tachometer, grade potentiometer, drive
motor, treadmill control cable and walking
connection circuit. Feedback goes to the
treadmill controller if a break is detected.
belt are routed through the PCB to the The cooling fan 2Fl is on any time the drive
treadmill controller. motor is on.
3-1
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
..........----14

4----- ---15

--16

------17
3--- --18
2----r- 19

1---+ ----20

1 Headframe 11 Fixed sheave


2 Tachometer 12 Variable speed belt
assembly 13 Moveable sheave
3 Drive motor 14 Rack gear
4 Printed circuit board 15 Speed change
5 Grade motor spindle assembly
6 Grade potentiometer 16 Speed change motor
7 V-belts 17 Timing belt
8 Pinion shaft 18 Output shaft
9 Cooling fan 19 Drive pulley
10 Input shaft 20 Walking belt

Figure 3-1 055/0S5 Medical Treadmill Components

3·2
Table 3-1 Drive Motor Specifications

QUINTON FREQUENCY FULL FULL


PART USED (SINGLE LOAD LOAD INSULATIO N
NUMBER ON VOLTAGE PHASE) HP RPM CURRENT CLASS MOUNT

13657-001 Q55 208-240 Vac 60 Hz 1 1/2 1725 7 1/2 amps B Resilient

13657-002 Q55 110-120 Vac 60 Hz 1 1/2 1725 15 amps B Resilient

13657-003 Q55 200-240 Vac 50 Hz 1 1/2 1425 8 amps B Resilient

13657-004 Q55 100-120 Vac 50 Hz 1 1/2 1425 16 amps B Resilient

14560-001 Q65 208-240 Vac 60 Hz 3 3540 15 amps B Solid Base

3.4 DRIVE MOTOR An input shaft, an output shaft, belts and


pulleys function as a transmission on the
The drive motor 2M2 provides the motive Q55/Q65. Figure 3-3 illustrates this
force to turn the treadmill drive pulley and arrangement. The following paragraphs
move the walking belt. Table 3-1 shows motor describe shaft, belt and pulley operation in
specifications for different motors used in the detail.
Q55 and Q65. All are continuous duty, single
phase motors that have internal overload
7
protection.

Drive motor contactor 2K 1 turns on or shuts


n
off the drive motor when a signal from the
treadmill controller energizes the motor
contactor driver latch circuit on the PCB.

The +23 Vdc motor contactor driver/latch


circuit responds to a START or STOP signal 3
from the treadmill controller. It uses a driver --8
and a latch to keep the motor started or
stopped. A signal from the motor overload
latch circuit or the EMERGENCY OFF switch
overrides any commands to start or stop the 2
motor.
;....--9
1 ;;..---10
The + 12 Vdc motor overload latch circuit uses
optical isolator 2Al U5 to monitor a thermal r--o----11
sensor in the motor or motor contactor. When
the motor overloads, the optical isolator -------12
actuates this circuit to disable the motor
contactor driver/latch circuit. The treadmill
will not restart until the motor's thermal Drive motor output 14 13 8 Speed change
sensor has cooled and reset and the START shaft ~ spindle assembly
switch is pressed. The circuit also lights the 2 V-belts 15 9 Variable speed belt
MOTOR LED on the PCB and sends feedback 3 Machined pulley 10 Timing belt
to the treadmill controller if an overload 4 Input shaft 11 Output shaft
condition occurs. The MOTOR LED will stay 5 Input shaft fixed 12 Drive pulley
on until the thermal overload has cleared and sheave 13 Output shaft fixed
the treadmill has been restarted. 6 Input shaft moveable sheave
sheave 14 Output shaft
7 Input pulley moveable sheave
15 Output pulley
3.5 INPUT SHAFT, OUTPUT SHAFT, BELTS Figure 3-3 Input Shaft, Output Shaft, Belts
AND PULLEYS and Pulleys
3-3
3.5.1 Input Shaft of the treadmill drive pulley, one of the
switches actuates. If a switch actuates, the
The input shaft is equipped with a machined BELT LED on the PCB automatically lights
pulley, the fixed and moveable sheaves that and a message is sen t to the treadmill
comprise the input pulley, and the speed controller that a hazardous condition exists.
change spindle assembly. Two V-belts link the On the Q2000, the message TREADMILL BELT
drive motor output shaft with the input shaft. TRACKING ERROR appears on the screen.
The input shaft turns at a fixed rate. On the 645 PTC, the BELT TRACKING LED in
the SELF TEST box lights. On the Treadmill
The speed change spindle assembly consists of Controller panel, the BELT TRACK LED lights.
a fork, a speed change spindle and a yoke. As
the speed change motor turns the spindle, the
fork moves laterally on the input shaft in 3.7 SPEED CHANGE MOTOR ASSEMBLY
tandem with the moveable sheave. 'The
~unction .o.f the speed change spindle assembly
The speed change motor assembly 2A2 consists
IS to posItIon the moveable sheave on the input of a reversible, spli t-capacitor gear motor
shaft. 2A2M I and the speed change capaci tor
2A2CI. The speed change motor is linked by a
3.5.2 Output Shaft chain and sprockets to the speed change
spindle assembly that moves the assembly
The output shaft is equipped with a spring, the laterally along the input shaft. The speed
change capacitor provides the phase shift
moveable and fixed sheaves that comprise the
output pulley, and a timing pulley, The output necessary to start the motor. The motor
shaft turns at a variable speed depending on cannot be operated unless the drive motor is
the pitch diameter of the output pUlley. also on.

Relay drivers 2Al V3 on the PCB receive logic


3.5.3 Variable Speed Belt level signals from the treadmill controller and
A variable speed belt links the input pulley and deliver appropriate voltage to the appropriate
the output pulley. Because the four sheaves in speed change motor relay. Speed change
the arrangement are graded, the variable motor relay 2AIK3 controls speed increse, and
speed belt can be forced in or out between speed change motor relay 2AIK4 controls
pairs of sheaves to increase or decrease pitch speed decrease. Relay 2AIK3 is also a lockout
diameter. Spring tension against the moveable relay to prevent both relays from energizing
sheave on the output shaft tends to force the si multaneously.
belt outward, increasing the pitch diameter of
the output pulley. When the speed change fork
moves the moveable sheave on the input shaft 3.8 TACHOMETER ASSEMBLY
~nward, the pitch diameter of the input pulley
Tachometer assembly 2A3 uses an optical
Increases and causes a concurrent decrease in
the pitch diameter of the output pulley. This emitter and a sensor that run on +12 Vdc from
turns the output shaft at an increased rate. the PCB. The sensor measures the rate of
light beam interruptions caused by a rotating
beam chopper. The resulting variable
3.5.4 Treadmill Drive and Idler Pulleys
frequency pulses are converted by the
The timing pulley on the output shaft drives tachometer circuit into a dc voltage
the treadmill drive pulley. The drive pulley, in proportional to the speed of the treadmill.
turn, drives the walking belt and the treadmill
idler pulley. The . tachometer circuit uses frequency
d.oublmg pulse amplifier 2AI VI and a low pass
fIlter (also 2A 1V 1) to convert the variable
3.6 WALKING BELT AND BELT TRACKING frequency pulses received from the
SWITCHES tachometer. The output of the filter is
l'eferenced to +12 Vdc. The tachometer
The walking helt is the tread mill conveyor current source then changes the voltage signal
belt. Two factory-set limit switches on the to a current signal and transmits the current
underside of the treadmill deck monitor the signal back to the treadmill controller.
lateral movement of the walking belt. If the Tachometer gain potentiometer 2AIR13
walking belt comes close to touching an edge allows calibration of the tachometer current
3-4
source so that 1 milliampere represents a rate 3.10 PINION SHAFT AND RACK GEARS
of 1 mile per hour.
The pinion shaft and rack gears allow the
entire headframe assembly to tilt for grade
increase or decrease. The pinion shaft rotates
3.9 GRADE MOTOR two sprockets at either end to move up and
down a parallel pair of rack gears. Mechanical
Grade motor 2Ml is a right angle gear motor. stops at the top of the rack gears prevent
The motor shaft is linked to a pinion shaft by a upward overtravel, while the deck prevents
chain and sprockets. The chain turns a downward overtravel. The pinion shaft has a
sprocket on the pinion shaft to raise and lower torque limiting device to prevent damage to
the headframe of the treadmill on two parallel the grade motor if it continues to turn at the
rack gears. upper or lower limits of travel.

Relay drivers 2Al U3 on the PCB receive logic


level signals from the treadmill controller and 3.11 GRADE POTENTIOMETER
deliver appropriate voltage to grade change
relay 2AIKl or grade direction change relay Grade potentiometer 2R 1 monitors the
2AIK2. rotation of the pinion shaft to indicate
changes in grade. The potentiometer is linked
Grade change relay 2AIKl starts or stops the to the pin ion shaft by a pair of sprockets and a
grade motor. It works with relay 2AIK2 to chain. The potentiometer runs on +12 Vdc
increase or decrease grade, depending on the from the PCB. The voltage signal from the
polarity of the direction control windings. potentiometer is changed by the grade current
source on the PCB to a current feedback
Grade direction change relay 2A 1K2 controls signal that goes to the treadmill controller.
the polarity of the direction control windings Grade zero potentiometer 2AIR29 allows
in the grade motor. The change in polarity calibration of the grade current source when
does not cause the grade motor to turn, the grade angle is zero so that an increase in
although it alters the direction that the grade voltage represents an increase in grade.
motor shaft will spin. The.2 second delay Grade gain potentiometer 2AIR30 allows
circuit on the PCB delays the signal to relay calibration of the grade current source so that
2AIK2 to ensure that the grade motor stops a I milliampere change represents a 296
completely before changing direction. change in grade.

-
3-5/3-6 Blank
FIGURE 3-2 FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM MAJOR COMPONENTS

PCB BLOCK MAJOR COMPONENTS

- 2AI Power Supply Circuit CRI, CR2, CRI7, CR20, VRI,


VR2

- Continuity Test Circuit

Power Supply Monitor Circuit


CR6

UI, U3, U4, CR9

Optical Isolator U5

Motor Overload La tch Circuit U4, U5, Q5, CRIO

Motor Contactor Driver/Latch Circuit Q3,Q4

Tachometer Circuit UI

Tachometer Current Source U2, Q2

Grade Current Source U2, QI

.2 Second Delay Circuit U3, U4

Relay Drivers U3

- Grade Change Relay

Grade Direction Change Relay


KI

K2

Speed Motor Change (Increase) Relay K3

Speed Motor Change (Decrease) Relay K4

CABLE OK LED CR6

LO VOLTS LED CR9

MOTOR LED CRIO

- BELT LED

Tachometer Gain Potentiometer


CR5

Rl3

Trip Level Potentiometer R23

Grade Zero Potent iometer


- Grade Gain Potentiometer
R29

R30

-
-
r P.C.B. N':.l~£MBLY,
2Al
I TO COklTROLLER
(U"-lIT I)
PH
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,..
TRAW'5FQRMER POWER COt-.JTI)..JUITY
CABLE OK
SUPPLY TEST CIRCUIT ,. 14 COklTI)..JUITY TE5T
LED
2.TI CIRCUIT +24 'lAC I
.,(. VDC.

I 1
POWER
... +2.3 VDC. I I
I
FROM CO)..JTROLLER
COOLlW~
FA"-J ~
SUPPLY
MOkllTOR
,.
LOW VOLTS
LED
I
, . 21 LOW AC FAULT
(U)..JIT I) EMERGEl-JCY
2Ft I CIRCUIT
-'"
I I

PI!
OFF
SWITCH

I
I PII

'STOP/START
I
,,2,13,18::>>--+1------
I
I
MOTOR
~ COkJTACTQP,
[)RIVER/LATCH
rRIP LEVEL..
POT I
I CIRCUIT 2A\RZ3
PI I
PI\
DRIVE DRIVE MOTOR I
MOTOR OVa~LOAD )I MOTOR
UWE VOL..TAGE
CO"-lTACTOR
MOTOR
LATCH LED .....--r---t-:I)~lq MOTOR FAULT
2M2 I
2"'" CIRCUIT
PII

OPTICAL
IklPUT SHAFT, ISOLATOR
OuTPUT SHAF f, ZAIU5
A"-lD PULLEYS

I
~ ~.
: GAlkl
POT
l
I
WAU<-IU
BELT T +12VDC ZA1R1S

I
I
rAC HOMETER
AGj"=EMBL
2A3
Y
~ -
.... TACHOMETER
O"CU'T 7
\I
TACHOtv\ETEK
CURREhJT
'c:>OURCE I PII
~ 12
I""7' SPEED FEEDBACK

BELl
BELT
TRAC~lkJG /---....---11-):;"·2.0 BELT TRACKII..JG
SWITCHE"J LED
I I I I
I ,:)PEEO CHAI..JGE: PI!
I
MOTOR
I
,:)PEE.D CHA)..JSE: lL
MOTOR r' I 2AIK38.2AIK4
I
PII
I
2/"2-
·12. VDC i ZERO
POT
""PEED IWC.REJ>.5E
SPEED DECREASE:.
n
15
~
...
I
~
<:
,. 2AIU3
2.AI R2.C)
I
1
PII
PI'"-JIOU SHAFT -- -~
lit
GRADE
POT I II'
,
,.
GRADE"
CURREWT I
PII
I
, " 10 GRADE FEEDBACK
AklD 2.R\ SOURCE I
It
RACK GEARS

':'
I .2. SECOI....JD
DELAY
CIRCUIT
GRADE
CHAklGE
t::(ELAY
J

GAIt--J
I PI1

ZAtKl
POT
GRADE
MOTO~ v
I'
I i,\
J 2AtR30 I
2M! ,It

PI1 i J GRADE
DIRECTIO\..J
CHAkJC:::JE RELAY
I
. I

... ,
, 2AIK2..
GRADE DIRECTIOkJ CHAkiGE 3

GRADE CHAI..JGE 4 I I
Figure 3-2 Q55/Q65 Medical Treadmill Func-
I
L- .J
P11 tional Block Diagram
3-7
reset, and error messages are displayed on the
SECTION 4. TROUBLESHOOTING screen. Treadmill calibration (Steps 1, 2 and 7
of Section 4.4 of the Q2000 Service Manual)

- should be performed at installation, once


every six months and after maintenance has
been performed.

- 4.1 INTRODUCTION
4.3 TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE
This section contains fault logic diagrams, test
data and waveform graphics to aid in isolating The fault logic diagrams that follow are
a malfunction to a faulty component. After a designed to lead you through an operability
faulty component has been identified, refer to test of the Q55/Q65 Medical Treadmill. They
Chapter 5 for corrective maintenance aid in isolating a malfunction to the treadmill
procedures. or to the treadmill controller. A square on the
diagram indicates a procedural step, and a
If a failure occurs on the printed circuit board diamond on the diagram indicates a decision
(PCB), component replacement should occur at point. Figure 4-1 shows the waveform needed
the factory. For this reason, detailed to troubleshoot the tachometer.
troubleshooting procedures for the PCB are
not included. NOTE
Servicing your own equipment while it is
4.2 DIAGNOSTIC AIDS still within the warranty period may void
- Each type of treadmill controller incorporates
the warranty.

its own diagnostic aids. Quintonts Treadmill


- Controller (PIN 14544-001 or 14544-002) is
the simplest and has four LEOs on the control
panel that correspond to the four LEOs on the
WARNING I
PCB of the treadmill. These LEOs show To prevent high voltage electrical shock,
status of the belt switches, cable continuity, unplug the treadmill any time you
voltage to the treadmill and motor overload. remove the hood.
The Model 645 Programmable Treadmill
Controller (645 PTC) also incorporates
diagnostic aids. An automatic initialization
test is conducted any time the treadmill is
turned on or MASTER RESET is pressed, and
WARNING I
information is displayed in the SELF TEST 00 not wear loose clothing when working
block of the control panel. In addition, a around rotating machinery.
- treadmill calibration procedure (Section 6.2 of
the 645 PTC Technical Manual) should be
performed at installation, once every six
- ~
months and after maintenance is performed.
A complete description of the diagnostic aids
built into the 645 PTC can be found in Section C

- 5.3 of the 645 PTC Technical Manual.

The Q2000's diagnostic aids are described in


Treadmill users are advised that an
autotransformer should not be used to
increase 115 Vac to 230 Vac to run the
Section 4 of the Q2000 Service Manual. The treadmill. Consult your local licensed
- Q2000 also conducts an automatic
initialization test each time it is turned on or
electrician to correct the voltage at
your facility.

-
4-1
START

PLUG IN
POIIE R CORD.

PLUG IN CONTROL
CABLE.

TO PAGE 4-7
Q2000

4-6
CHECK BU I LD I NG
CIRCUIT BREAKER.

RESET BU I LD ING
CIRCUIT BREAKER.

PRESS RUN
PUSHBUTTON.
TO PAGE ~-8
CABLE NOT OK

NO ELIMINATE OTl!fR LOADS


SO THAT TREADMILL IS
ON A DEDICATED CIRCUIT.

YES

CHECK WITH UTILITY MEASURE VOLTAGE


ABOUT LOW LINE VOLTAGE. AT WALL OUTLET.

REFER TO DRAWING #13677


FOR WIRING TO TRANSFORMER
ADJUST TRIP LEVEL 2Tl. WITH TREADMILL
POTENT IOMETER UNPLUGGED, REWIRE TRANS-
(SECTION 5.~.3). FORMER, THEN ADJUST TRIP
LEVEL POTENTIOMETER 2A1R23
(SECTION 5.4.3)·

4-2
NO ENSURE NO ONE IS ON
THE WALKING BELT.

TO PAGE 11-10 TO PAGE 11-11


OVERLOAD CAUSE MOTOR LED FAULT

STOP WALKING TO PAGE 1,-13


BEL T. BELT TRACKING

-
NO ADJUST WALKING BELT
TENSION (SECTION 3.2.1 OF
Q55/Q65 OPERATOR MANUAL).

UNPLUG TREADMILL ANO


REMOVE HANORAIL AND
HOOD. INSPECT V-BELTS.
All GN OR REPLACE
(SECTION S.2.2.5) V-BELT.

TO PAGE ~-1~
NOISY OPERATION

IF TREADMILL IS NOT AT
MINIMUM SPEED AND GRADE,

- REDUCE SPEED AND GRADE


TO MINIMUM.

4-3
ADJUST SETSCREWS ON
SPEED CHANGE YOKE
(SECTION 5.3.3).

UNPLUG TREADMILL, REMOVE


HANDRAIL AND HOOD AND
I NCREASE SPEED ">..:.:.=-_______ ... INSPECT
~ SPEED CHANGE
TO MAXIMUM. MOTOR AND SPINDLE ASSEMBLIES
FOR LOOSE PARTS OR DAMAGE.

TO PAGE 4-15
SPEED FAULT

TO PAGE ~-17
TACHOMETER fAULT

CALI BRATE SPEED


(SECTION 5.I,,1).

DECREASE SPEED
TO MINIMUM.

YES

4-4
INCREASE GRADE
TO MAXIMUM.

TO PAGE 4-19
GRADE FAULT

.-
CALI BRATE GRADE
(SECTION 5.4.2).

-
UNPLUG TREADtiILL AND RESTORE POWER TO TREADMILL
REMOVE HANDRAIL AND AND ~ATCH TORQUE LIMITER
HOOD. AS YOU CHANGE GRADE.

~ARNING: Do not wear loose


clothing aro"nd rotating
machi nery. High vol tage is
present when treadmill cable
is plugged in.

REALIGN GRADE
MOTOR SPROCKET.

NO

YES
DECREASE GRADE ADJUST TORQUE LIMITER
(SECTION 5.3 . .4).

-
TO MINIMUM.

NO

TO PAGE 4-19 REPLACE DAMAGED RACK


GRADE FAULT GEAR (SECTION 5.2.".1).

4-5
PRESS POWER PUSHSUTTON
AND VER I FY THAT POWE R
LEO COMES ON.

ENTER OPEN LOOP 1'I00E BY


PRESS ING MASTER RESET
ANO HOLDING THE TM CAL
PUSHBUTTON UNT IL ALL TH E
8's DISAPPEAR fROM THE
DISPLAY.

REFER TO SECTION 5.3 OF


MODEL 645 PROGRAMMABLE
TREAOMILL CONTROLLER
TECHNICAL MANUAL.

TO PAGE 4-10
OVERLOAO CAUSE

TAKE GRADE TO MAX UIUM


AND INSPECT BELT TRACKING
SWITCHES. ADJUST BELT
TRACKING SWITCH LEVER ARM
IF OUT OF ADJUSTMENT.
REPLACE SWITCH (SECTION
5.2.5) If LEVER ARM IS
BROKEN.

TO PAGE 4-8
CABLE NOT OK

YES

4-6
PRESS POWER
P~ESS ~.ASTER RESET
VERI FY THAT
PUSHBUTTON.
COKES ON.

- ENTER OPEN LOOP HODE


BY PRESSING 9, TijEN 5,
THEN I.
NOTE: The Q2000 and the treadmi 11 must
operate on separate, ded i cated branch
circuits.

NO

REFER TO SECTION 4 OF TO PAGE 4-8


Q2000 SERVICE MANUAL CABLE NOT OK

TO PAGE 4-10 ELIMINATE OTHER LOADS


OVERLOAD CAUSE SO THAT TREADMI LL IS ON
II DEDICATED CIRCUIT.

MEASURE VOLTAGE AT
WALL OUTLET.

CHECK WITH UTI LIn


ABOUT LOW LI NE VOLTAGE.

ADJUST TRI P LEVEL


TO PAGE 4-13
POTENT IOMETER
BELT TRACKING
(SECTION 5,'.3).

PRESS TREADMILL
START SWI TCH
TAKE GRADE TO MAX IMUH AND
REFER TO DRAW I NG #13677 FOR
INSPECT BELT TRACKING
IIIRING TO TRANSFORMER 2TI.
SWITCHES. ADJUST BELT
III TH TREADH I LL UNPLUGGED,
TRACKING SWITCH LEVER ARH
REIII RE TRANSFORMER, THEN
I F OUT OF ADJUSTMENT.
ADJUST TRIP LEVEL POTEN-
REPLACE SIiITCH(SECTION 5.2.5)
TIOMETER (SECTION 5.4.3).
IF LEVER ARM IS BROKEN.

- 4-7
STOP THE TREADMILL AND
PULL THE POWER CORD

REMOVE HANDRAI LAND


HOOD. CHECK FUSES
2AIFI and 2A1F2.

NO
REPLACE BLOWN FUSE.

PLUG IN 2A1Pll
SECURELY.

RESTORE POWER TO THE WARNING: High vol tage is


TREADMILL. MEASURE OUTPUT present when treadmill cable
VOLTAGE AT TRANSFORMER 2Tl is plugged in.
FOR 24 VAC !S%.

NO REPLACE TRANSFORMER
2T1.

GROUND RIGHT SIDE OF


2AIR26 OR PIN 14 OF
2A1Pl1 AND SEE IF CABLE
OK LED COMES ON.

FAULT IS IN A YES NO
TREADMILL CONTROLLER REPLACE PCB
C I RCU IT.
(SECTION 5.2.1.8).

4-8
ADJUST WALKING BELT TENSION NO
(SECTION 3.2.1 OF Q55/Q65 TIGHTEN BOLTS.
OPERATOR MANUAL).

UNPLUG TREADMILL AND HS ADJUST TIMING BELT TENSION


REMOVE HANDRAIL ANO HOOO. >-..... (SECTION 5.3.1) OR REPLACE
CHECK FOR DAMAGED INTERNAL TIMING BELT (SECTION 5.2.3.5)
BELT.

NO ALIGN OR REPLACE
(SECTION 5.2.2.5) V-SELTS.

NO
TIGHTEN SETSCREWS.

-
NO
REINSTALL BEARINGS (SECTION
5.2.2.3 OR 5.2.3.3).

NO
REPLACE DRIVE OR IDLER
PULLEY (SECTION 5.2.6.2).

-
RESTORE POWER TO TREADMill NO MOVEABLE SHEAVE ON INPUT
AND TAKE SPEED TO ABOUT PULL UP ON VARIABLE SHAFT IS FROZEN. REPLACE
3 MPH OR 5 KPH. UNPLUG SPEED BELT. INPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY
TREADMI Ll. (SECTION 5.2.2.1).

WARNING: Do not wear loose

- clothing around rotating


machinery. High vol tage is
present when treadmill cable
is plugged in.
REPLACE OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY
(SECTION 5.2.3.1).

- 4-9
YES DECK DAMAGE MAY HAVE
OCCURRED. CALL SERVICE
DEPARTMENT.

A BEARING ON THE INPUT


SHAFT, OUTPUT SHAFT, DRIVE
PULLEY, IDLER PULLEY OR
MOTOR SHAFT HAS SEIZED. IF
BEARING IS ON INPUT OR OUT-
PUT SHAFT, REINSTALL ALLOW MOTOR TO COOL
BEARING (SECTION 5.2.2.3 OR _ _....... (5-10 MINUTES). MDTOR
5.2.3.3). IF BEARING IS ON SHOULD RESTART WHEN COOL.
DRIVE OR IDLER PULLEY.
REPLACE PULLEY (SECTION
5.2.6.2). IF BEARING HAS
SEIZEO ON MOTOR SHAFT.
REPLACE MOTOR (SECTION
5.2.1.1) •
UNPLUG TREADMILL AND REMOVE
HANDRAIL ANO HOOD. CHECK
FOR DAMAGED INTERNAL BELT.

NO
ALIGN OR REPLACE
(SECTION 5.2.2.5) V-BELTS.

WARNING: Do not wear loose


clothing around rotating RESTORE POWER TO TREADMILL RESTORE POWER TO TREADMILL
machinery. High voltage is AND MEASURE VOLTAGE TO AND TAKE SPEED TO ABOUT
present when treadmill cable DRIVE MOTOR. 3 MPH OR 5 KPH. UNPLUG
is plugged in. TREAOMI LL.

PULL DOWN ON VARIABLE


NO SPEED BELT.
LINE VOLTAGE IS INCORRECT
FOR TREADMILL OPERATION.

YES
NO MOVEABLE SHEAVE ON iNPUT
>-........ SHAFT IS FROZEN. REPLACE
INPUT SHAFT (SECTION 5.2.2.1)

TO PAGE 4-12 REPLACE OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY


MOTOR FA 1LURE (SECTION 5.2.3.1).

4-10
UNPLUG TREADMILL AND
REMOVE HANDRAIL AND HOOD.

WARNING: 00 not wear loose


RESTORE POWER TO TREADMILL clothing around rotating
AND START TREADMILL. JUMPER machinery. High voltage is
PINS 4 AND 5 OF 2AtU5 ON present when treadmill cable
PCB TO SIMULATE MOTOR is plugged in.
OVERLOAD.

YES MOTOR OVERLOAD CIRCUITS TO PAGE 4-12


ON PCB ARE OPERATIONAL. MOTOR FAILURE

A HOTOR OVERLOAD HAS


OCCURRED AND PCB IS
DEFECTIVE. REPLACE PCB
(SECTION 5.2.1.8).

4-11
WARNING: 00 not wear loose
clothing around rotating
machinery. High voltage Is TO PAGE 4-11
present when treadmill cable MOTOR LEO FAILURE
is plugged in.

NO

MEASURE VOLTAGE ACROSS


2AleR7 OR PINS 2 and 6 CHECK VOLTAGE ACROSS OUTPUT
OF 2A1Pl0 WHILE PRESSING TERM I NALS or 2Kl.
START OR START BELT.

YES TIGHTEN WIRING TO 2Kl COIL YES


REPLACE DRIVE MOTOR
OR REPLACE 2Kl (SECTION 5.2.1.1).
(SECTION 5.2.1.9).

NO

REPLACE CONTACTOR 2Kl


(SECTION 5.2.1.91.

CHECK TPI FOR +23 VDC CHECK OUTPUT VOLTAGE fRO~


TRANSFORMER 2Tl FOR 24 VAC
!.5%. .::s%.

NO REPLACE DEFECTIVE PCB YES


(SECTION 5.2.1.8).

TREADMILL CONTROLLER IS REPLACE TRANSFORMER 2Tl.


AT FAULT.

4-12
REPLACE WALKING
(SECT ION 5.2.6. I

ADJUST WALKING BELT TRACK


ADJUST LEVER ARtI. (SECTION 3.2.2 OF QS51Q6S
OPERATOR MANUAL).

INCREASE GRADE TO MAXIMUM,


STOP THE TREADMILL, AND
CHECK BELT TRACKING SWITCH
THAT SHOULD HAVE ACTUATEC
BUT DID NOT.

MANUALLY ACTUATE SW ITCH. TIGHTEN II I RI NG CONNECT IONS.

- REPLACE BELT TRACKING


SWITCH.
YES
CHECK WIRING TO
SWITCH.

YES
WARNING: High voltage is
when t readmi l' cab le
s p 1U9ged in.

NO RESTORE POWER TO BEADH1 LL


UNPLUG TREAD" I LL ANJ
AND SEE IF BELT LED IS ON
REtlOVE HANDRAIL AND HOOD.
ON PCB.

-
TREADMILL CONTROLLER CIRCUIT
B~LT LED ON PCB IS
DEFECT I VE. REPLACE PCB.
HAS FAILED AND WALKING BELT UNPLUG TREADMILL AND REPLACE t--------------------"
IS OUT OF ADJUSTMENT. HOOD AND HANDRA I L.
(,ECTION 5.2.1.8)
TROUBLESHOOT CONTROLLER.

4-13
FROM PAGE 4-3
REMOVE BURR FRO~, DECK NOISY OPERATION
(SECTION 5.2.6.3)·

YES
REPLACE DRIVE OR IDLER
PULLEY (SECTION 5.2.6.2).

LOOSEN TIMING BELT


(SECTION 5.3.1).

RESTORE POWER TO TREADMILL YES REINSTALL BEARINGS


UNPLUG TREADMILL AND
REMOVE HANDRAIL AND HOOD. AND OBSERVE PULLEY OPERATION. (SECTION 5.2.2.3 OR
5.2.3.3) •

WARNING: Do not wear loose


clothin9 around rotating
machinery. High voltage is
present when treadmill cable
is plugged in.

YES REPLACE I NPUT OR OUTPUT


SHAFT ASSEMBLY (SECTION
5.2.2.1 or 5.2.3.1).

YES
APPLY OIL TO END OF SPRING.

YES ALIGN OR REPLACE V-BELT


AND/OR MACHINED PULLEY
(SECTION 5.2.2.5).

YES
REPOSITION CHAIN

NOISE IS CO~ING FROM YES


~~-'II~ REPLACE I NPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY
ANOTHER LOCATION. {SECTION 5.2.2.1}.

4-14
WARNING: 00 not wear loose
clothing around rotating
machinery. High voltage Is
present when treadmill cable
is plugged in.

UNPLUG TREADMILL AND RESTORE POWER TO TREADMILL


REMOVE HANDRAIL AND HOOD. AND ATTEMPT TO INCREASE AND
OECREASE SPEED.

-
YES
UNPLUG TREAOMILL AND CHECK
FUSES 2AIFS and 2AI F6.

SIMULATE SIGNALS FOR SPEED


INCREASE AND DECREASE.
NO REPLACE BLOWN FUSE. IF JUMPER PINS 5 AND 17 OF
NEW FUSE BLOWS. PROCEED '---------3_. 2A 1 P11 OR TP3 AND BOnOM OF
TO TREE K. PAGE 4-16. 2AIR39 TO SIMULATE INCREASE.
JUMPER PINS 5 AND 15 OF
2AIPII OR TP3 AND BOnOM OF
2AR40 TO SIMULATE INCREASE.

- YES

WARNING: Do not wear loose


RESTORE POWER TO TREADM I LL clothing around rotating YES
AND CHECK VOLTAGE TO SPEED machinery. High voltage Is TREADMILL CONTROLLER
CHANGE MOTOR. present when treadmill cable IS AT FAULT.
is plugged tn.
~----~------~
NO

WARNING: Do not wear loose UNPLUG TREADMILL AND SWAP


clothing around rotating RELAYS 2AIK3 AND 2AIK4.
NO CHECK WIRING FROM RELAY machinery. High voltage is RESTORE POWER AND AnEMPT
TO MOTOR. present when treadmill cable TO INCREASE AND DECREASE
15 plugged in. SPEED.

YES

YES YES
REPLACE DEFECTIVE RELAY.

- PAGE 4-16
SPEED MOTOR FAULT
TIGHTEN OR REPLACE WIRING.
REPLACE DEFECTI VE PCB
(SECTION 5.2.1.8).

-
4-15
CHECK CHAIN FROM
SPEED CHANGE MOTOR.

REPOSITION CHAIN.

WARNING: Do not wear loose


clothing around rotating
machinery. High voltage Is
present when treadmill cable
is plugged In.

ALIGN GRADE MOTOR RESTORE POWER AND CARE-


SPROCKET. FULLY 08SERIIE SPEED CHANGE
MOTOR OPERATION.

UNPLUG TREADMILL AND REMOVE


QUICK DISCONNECTS TO SPEED ATTEMPT TO INCREASE
CHANGE MOTOR CAPACITOR DR DECREASE SPEED.
2A2Cl. CHECK CAPACITOR WITH
OHMMETER.

GEARS IN SPEED CHANGE


NO
REPLACE CAPACITOR MOTOR ARE DEFECTIVE.
2A2CI (SECTION 5.2.1.3). REPLACE MOTOR
(SECTION 5.2.1.2).

REPLACE DErECTIVE SPEED UNPLUG TREADMILL.


CHANGE MOTOR TIGHTEN SETSCREW THAT
(SECTION 5.2.1.2). HOLDS SPROCKET TO MOTOR
SHAn.

4-16
UNPLUG TREADMILL AND REMOVE
HANDRAIL AND HOOD. INSPECT
TACHOMETER BEAM CHOPPER.

-
ALIGN BEAM CHOPPER NO YES REPLACE BEAM CHOPPER
(SECTION 5.3.5). (SECTION 5.2.1.5).

WARNING 00 not wear loose


clothing around rotati'1<] RESTORE POWER, VARY SPEEO
machi~,ery~ Hi vollage is AND USE A MULTIMETER TO
when treadmil I cdble MEASURE CURRENT AT CONNECTOR
s pJusged in. 2A1P!!, PIN 12, RELATIVE TO
GROUND. CURRENT CAN ALSO BE
MEASURED AT COLLECTOR OF
2A!Q2.

TREADM I LL CONTROLLER IS
NOT RECEIVING SPEED FEED- YES CHECK 2A!P7, PIN.2 OR LEFT
BACK. TREADH I LL CONTROLLER 1-1'--::: SIDE OF 2A1R17 FOR TP3
OR CONTROL CABLE IS AT VOLTAGE, MINUS ONE VOLT.

- FAULT.

CHECK TPS FOR VARIABLE YES


DC VOLTAGE IIHILE CHANGItIG
SPEED.

TACHOMETER CURRENT SOURCE YES NO


CIRCUIT ON PCB IS DEFECTIVE. TIGHTEN WI RING.
REPLACE PCB (SECTION 5.1.2.8)

-
-
CBECK TP3 FOR 12 VDe, REPLACE TACHOMETER OPTICAL
~%. SENSOR (SECTION 5.2.1.4).

POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT NO


ON PCB IS DEFECTIVE.
REPLACE PCB

- (SECTION 5.2.1.8).

-
4-17
Figure 4-1 Waveform at 2A 1P7, Pin 1

WITH AN OSCILLOSCOPE*, CHECK


PIN 1 of 2A1P7 OR 2A1R19.
SEE FIGURE ~-I FOR CORRECT
WAVEfORM. USE THE fOLLOWING
SCOPE SETTINGS; VERTICAL
2 V/CM, 1:1 PROBE. HORI-
ZONTAL 2 MSEC/CM,

TACHOMETER CIRCUIT ON PCB


IS DEFECTIVE. REPLACE
PCB (SECTION 5.2.1.8).

NO

CHECK WIRING TO TACHOMETER YES REPLACE TACHOMETER OPTICAL


OPT! CAL SENSOR, SENSOR (SECTION 5.2.1.1f).

TIGHTEN WIRING.

*If an oscilloscope is not a~ailable to display waveform,


a multimeter that responds only to ac voltage on an ac
range may be used. If 3-1f Vac is present at pi n I of
2AIP7 or top of 2A1R29. the waveform i. probably correct.

4-18
WARNING: Do not wear loose
c.lothlng around rotating
machinery. High voltage Is
present when treadml t1 cable
Is plugged In.

RESTORE POWER TO TREADMILL


UNPLUG TREADM I LL AND REMOVE
AND ATTEMPT TO INCREASE
HANDRAIL AND HOOD.
GRADE.

- SL I PP I NG TORQUE LI MITER
OR BINDING RACK GEAR IS YES
PREVENTING GRADE FROM
INCREASING TO MAXIMUM.

SWAP RELAYS 2A I KI AND


ADJUST TORQUE LIMITER 2A I K2 AND ATTEMPT GRADE
(SECTION 5.3.~) INCREASE.

REPLACE DAMAGED RACK UNPLUG TREADH I LL AND REPLACE RELAY _ 1M


GEAR (SECTION 5.2.~.1 CHECK FUSES 2AI F3 AND 2A1K1 SLOT.
OR 5.2.~.2) 2A1F~.

REPLACE BLOWN FUSE AND


CHECK AIIPERAGE TO GRADE
MOTOR. I F AMPERAGE IS
REPLACE RELAY _ 1M
HIGHER THAN THAT ON NAME-
PLATE, TORQUE LIMITER MAY 2A1K2 SLOT.
REQU I RE ADJUSTMENT
(SECTION 5.3.~)

YES

SIMULATE S IGHAL TO RELAY.


TO INCREASE GRADE, JUMPER
PINS 4 AND 5 OF 2AIPI1 OR
TP3 _ IIOTTOH OF 2A I R38.
TO DECREASE GRADE, JIMI'ER
PINS 3 AND 5 OF 2A1P1I AND
ATTACH A LINE TO PIN 4.
GRADE CAN ALSO BE INCREASED
IY JUIIPERING TP1 AND THE
BOTTOIfi OF 2A 1R37 AND 2A 1R38.

- TREADMILL CONTROLLER IS
AT FAULT.

-
REPLACE PCB
TO PAGE 4-20 (SECTION 5.2.1.8).
GRADE MOTOR FAULT

4-19
WARNING: Do not wear loose
clothing around rotating
SHAKE EACH RACK GEAR machinery. High voltage is
LIGHTLY FROM TOP. present when treadmill cable
is plugged in.

NO
REPLACE JAMMED RACK
GEAR (SECTION 5.2.~.2).

ATTEMPT TO CHANGE
GRAOE.

REPLACE GRADE MOTOR


(SECTION 5.2.1.6) .

CHECK GRADE MOTOR SHAFT


FOR DAMAGE.

TIGHTEN SETSCREWS ON
SPROCKET.

REPLACE GRADE MOTOR AND REPLACE GRADE MOTOR


GRADE MOTOR GEARBOX GEARBOX (SECTION 5.2.1.6).
(SECTION 5.2.1.6).

4-20
YES
REPLACE PCB
(SECTION 5.2.1.8).

WARNING: Do not wear loose


clothing around rotating
UNPLUG TREADMILL AND REMOVE machinery. High voltage is MEASURE VOLTAGE CHANGE
HANDRA ILAND HOOO. INSPECT present when treadmill cab1e VS. GRADE CHANGE AT WIPER
GRADE POTENTIOMETER. is plugged in. OF POT.

NO BAD WIRE FROM 2AIP8 TO


TIGHTEN NYLON SETSCREW. WIPER OF POT OR BAD
CONNECTOR.

WARNING: Do not wear loose


RESTORE POWER TO TREADMILL. clothing around rotating
TAKE SPEED TO MINIMUM AND machinery. High voltage Is CHECK 2AIP8, PIN 4 FOR
VARY GRADE AS NEEDED TO present when treadmill cable 12 VDC .!,5%.

- MEASURE CURRENT AND VOLTAGES is plugged in.

USING A MULTIMETER, MEASURE


CURRENT OUTPUT AT PIN 10 OF NO
2AIPI! OR COLLECTOR OF 2AIQI
I MILLIAMPERE SHOULD EQUAL A
2% INCREASE IN GRADE.

YES TREADMILL CONTROLLER IS NOT BAD WIRE FROM 2AlP8, PIN 4


">_..... RECEIVING GRADE FEEDBACK. NO
TO GRADE POT OR BAD
TREAOMILL CONTROLLER OR CONNECTOR.
CONTROL CABLE I S AT FAULT.

CHECK PIN 5 OF 2AIP8 OR LEFT


CHECK TP6 FOR VARIABLE SIDE OF 2AIR8 FOR 9.5 VDC
DC VOLTAGE.
.!,5%.

YES GRADE CURRENT SOURCE CIRCUIT


>--:lII--ION PCB IS DEFECTIVE. REPLACE REPLACE' GRADE POT
PCB (SECTION 5.2.1.8). (SECTION 5.2.1. 7).

CHECK PIN 3 OF 2AIPS OR A GROUND LEAD IS OPEN OR


BOTTOM OF 2AIRZ8 FOR A RESISTOR IS BAD.
VARIABLE VOLTAGE.

4-21
- SECTION 5.
CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
contains procedures to replace the rack gears
and pinion shaft. Section 5.2.5 and 5.2.6
contain procedures to replace belt tracking
switches, the walking belt, and drive .and idler
- pulleys.

5.2.1 Access Under the Treadmill Hood


5.1 INTRODUCTION
1. Unplug the treadmill from the wall outlet.
The Q55/Q65 Medical Treadmill is designed to
operate without scheduled maintenance. The 2. Re move the front handrail.
procedures in this section are needed for
correct ive maintenance. Repair and 3. Remove the four bolts holding the hood to
replacement procedures include disassembly the treadmill.
and reassembly procedures and are included in
Section 5.2. Adjustment and alignment 4. Lift the hood straight up off the treadmill.
procedures are included in Section 5.3 and
- calibration procedures are included in Section
5.4. Section 5.5 is a post-maintenance test.
Refer to Section 3 for theory of operation and
5.2.1.1 Drive Motor 2M2 Replacement

Drive motor 2M2 requires replacement when


Section 4 for troubleshooting procedures. the internal thermal overload protector or
motor start switch fails or when the motor
The following precautions should be observed burns out.

- whenever Q55/Q65 maintenance is performed:

1. Do not start the walking belt when


anyone is on the belt.
1.

2.
Take grade to approximately 10%.

Perf orm the procedure in Section 5.2.1.

2. If the treadmill shuts itself off for any 3. Remove the cable ties to connector
reason, remove the patient from the walking 2AIP6 and unplug connector 2AIP6.
belt immediately.
- 3. To prevent high voltage electrical shock,
4. Disconnect the two wires from contactor
2K 1 by removing the screws.
unplug the treadmill any time you remove the
- hood.

4. Do not wear loose clothing around


5. Remove the four bolts that hold the
motor in place.

rotating machinery. 6. Remove the drive motor.

5. High voltage is present when the 7. Replace with a new drive motor in
treadmill hood is removed and the treadmill is reverse order of disassembly. Refer to
plugged in. drawing number 0208-201 (Q55) or 0221-201
(Q65) for wire arrangement.

8. Wi th the treadmill unplugged, replace the


5.2 DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY hood and handrail.
PROCEDURES
5.2.1.2 Speed Change Motor 2A2
This section contains procedures for Q55/Q65 Replacement
disassembly, component replacement and
reassembly. Because PCB components are not Speed change motor 2A2 requires replacement
field repa irable, no procedures are included if the gears break or if the motor burns out.
for PCB component repair or replacement.
1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.1.

- Section 5.2.1 contains procedures to replace


components that are easily accessible under
the treadmill hood. Sections 5.2.2 and 5.2.3
contain procedures for input and output shaft
2. Remove the cable ties from the quick
disconnect to the speed change motor.
disassembly and reassembly. Section 5.2.4 3. Disconnect the quick disconnect from the
5-1
black (power) lead at the motor and yellow and
gray motor leads at speed change motor
capacitor 2A2Cl.

4. Remove the two bolts and washers that To prevent damage to the beam chopper,
hold the speed change motor to the bracket. lift the tachometer bracket straight up to
remove. Ensure that the tachometer
5. Remove the speed change motor. optical sensor is securely mounted before
the treadmill is operated.
6. Replace the speed change motor in
reverse order of disassembly. Refer to 3. Remove the two screws on top of the
drawing number 0208-201 (Q55) or 0221-201 tachometer optical sensor and lift the
(Q65) for wire arrangement. tachometer bracket straight up.

7. Restore power to the treadmill and 4. Remove the two screws and spacers that
calibrate speed (Section 5.4. I). hold the small circuit board in place.

5. Replace the two screws and spacers on


the new small circuit board and the two
5.2.1.3 Speed Change Motor CapaCitor screws on the new tachometer optical sensor.
2A2C1 Replacement
6. Replace the wires to the tachometer
Failure of the speed change motor capacitor assembly. Refer to drawing number 0208-201
2A2Cl can cause the speed change motor to (Q55) or 0221-201 (Q65) for wire arrangement.
run sluggishly, blow a fuse (2AIF5 or 2AIF6)
or prevent the motor from starting. A 4 7. Align the tachometer beam chopper
microfarad capacitor is used on all 60 Hz (Section 5.3.5) and reconnect 2AIP7.
models of the Q55/Q65 treadmill, and a 6
microfarad capacitor is used on all 50 Hz
models of the Q55 treadmill.
5.2.1.5 Tachometer Beam Chopper
1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.1. Replacement

2. Note the color and arrangement of the 1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.1.
four wires to the capacitor.
2. Remove the two bolts that hold the
3. Loosen the bolts holding the capacitor tachometer optical sensor in place. Move the
bracket in place. tachometer optical sensor out of the way.

4. Pull the capacitor straight up out of the 3. Remove the beam chopper by removing
bracket. the bolt and chopper wheel from the end of
the output shaft.
5. Replace with a new capacitor,
reassembling in reverse order of disassembly. 4. Replace with a new beam chopper.
Refer to drawing number 0208-201 (Q5S) or
0221-201 (Q6S) for wire arrangement. S. Replace the tachometer optical sensor on
the bearing cap.
6. Tighten the capacitor in the bracket.
6. Align the tachometer beam chopper
7. With the treadmill unplugged, replace the (Section 5.3.5).
hood and handrail.
5.2.1.6 Grade Motor 2M1 and/or Grade Motor
5.2.1.4 Tachometer 2A3 Optical Sensor Gearbox Replacement
Replacement
1. Block the treadmill headframe securely to
1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.1. ensure that the treadmill will not drop when
the grade motor or grade chain is removed.
2. Remove the cable ties to connector
2AIP7 and unplug connector 2AIP7. 2. Perform the procedure in Section S.2!1.
5-2
3. Remove the cable ties between 2AIP3 Refer to drawing number 0208-201 (Q55) or
and the grade motor connector box. 221-201 (Q65) for wire arrangement.
4. Unplug all connections to the PCB,
including 2AIPll.

5. Remove the eight bolts holding the PCB


WARNING I
to the PCB bracket.
Do not wear loose clothing around
6. Remove the four bolts holding the PCB rotating machinery. Hi gh voltage is
bracket to the grade motor connector box. present when the treadmill cable is
plugged in.
7. If you are replacing the motor but not the
gearbox, remove the four bolts holding the 12. Restore power to the treadmill and test
motor to the gearbox and lift the motor the operation of the new grade motor.
straight up.
13. Recalibrate grade (Section 5.4.2).
- 8. If you are replacing only the gearbox or
the motor and the gearbox, remove the four 5.2.1.7 Grade Potentiometer 2R1
Replacement
bolts holding the gearbox onto the headframe
and lift the motor and gearbox straight up.
The gearbox can then be removed from the 1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.1.
motor by unbolting the four bolts.

- 9. If replacing only the motor, perform the


following:
WARNING I
a. Replace the four bolts holding the motor
to the gearbox, tightening the bolts Do not wear loose clothing around
evenly. rotating machinery. High voltage is
present when the treadmill cable is
b. Replace the bolts removed in steps 5 and plugged in.
6.
2. With the hood removed, restore power to
- c.
d.
Replace all connections to the PCB.
Proceed to step 11.
the treadmill and turn the grade motor on
until the nylon setscrew on the sprocket is
accessible.

10. If replacing the gearbox or the motor and 3. Unplug the treadmill.
the gearbox, perform the following.

- a. Replace the four bolts


gearbox to the headframe.
holdling the
4. Release the nylon setscrew.

5. Hand turn the grade potentiometer 2Rl


until the steel setscrew on the sprocket is
b. Replace the grade chain and inspect the visible.
tension on the grade chain. If there is
more than approximately l/8-inch play in 6. Remove the steel setscrew.
the grade chain, loosen the four bolts
holding the gearbox to the headframe and 7. Push the whole sprocket and chain
move the grade motor to correct the assembly away from the grade potentiometer.
position of the chain. Tighten the four
bolts when correct tension is achieved. 8. Remove the 1/2-inch brass nut and cable
tie and the whole potentiometer will come off.
c. Replace the bolts removed in steps 5 and
- d.
6.

Replace all connections to the PCB.


9. Note the color and arrangement of wires
to the potentiometer.

- 11. Replace the wires to the grade motor.


10. Unsolder the three wires (black, brown
and red) to the potentiometer.
5-3
11. Replaee with a new potentiometer and 5. Restore power to the treadmill and test
reassemble in reverse order of disassembly. the operation of the new drive motor
Refer to drawing number 0208-201 (Q55) or contactor.
0221-201 (Q65) for wire arrangement.
6. Unplug the treadmill and replace the hood
12. When the grade potentiometer, the wires and handrail.
and the setscrews are in place, calibrate the
grade potentiometer using the procedure in 5.2.2 Disassembly to Remove the Input
Section 5.4.4. Shaft Assembly
13. Calibrate grade (Section 5.4.2). 1. With the treadmill on, decrease speed to
minimum.
5.2.1.8 Printed Circuit Board (PCB) 2A1
Replacement 2. Unplug the treadmill, remove the
handrail, and lift the hood straight up off the
1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.1. treadmill.
2. Unplug all connectors the the PCB,
including 2Al PI 1.

3. Push the wire assemblies behind the PCB


bracket.
Exercise caution to avoid damage to
4. Remove the eight bolts that hold the PCB bearings and caps on the input shaft. If
to the PCB bracket. the input shaft is scarred or if the
moveable sheave is frozen on the input
5. Replace with a new PCB and reassemble shaft, the entire shaft assembly must be
in reverse order of disassembly. Refer to replaced.
drawing number 0208-201 (Q55) or 0221-201
(Q65) for wire arrangement. NOTE
6. Recalibrate speed (Section 5.4.1), grade A replacement input shaft assembly can
(Section 5.4.2) and the trip level be obtained from Quinton Medical
potentiometer (Section 5.4.3). Company's Service Department.

5.2.1.9 Drive Motor Contactor 2K1 3. Take a rope or flexible belt and put it
Replacement around the variable speed belt. Pull straight
up to loosen the belt. Figure 5-1 illustrates
1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.1. the loosening of the variable speed belt.

2. Note the color and arrangement of wires 4. Remove the V-belts from the machined
to contactor 2Kl. pulley.

3. Remove the wires to the contactor, 5. With an air wrench or a ratchet wrench
including two wires to the motor, two wires to with a long extension, remove the four bolts
the power supply, two wires to 2AIP10, and that hold the bearing caps in place. Set the
three wires to 2AIP2. fan aside.

4. Replace with a new contactor and 6. Lift the whole assembly straight up and
reconnect the wires. Refer to drawing number forward, avoiding damage to the speed change
0208-201 (Q55) or 0221-201 (Q65) for wire motor, output shaft, or walking belt. Note
arrangement. that the bearing caps are upside-up if the
narrow side is down.

WARNING I
Do not wear loose clothing around
rotating machinery. High voltage is 5.2.2.1 Input Shaft Assembly Replacement
present when the treadmill cable is
plugged in. 1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.2.
5-4
- WARNING I '".Js
Do not wear loose clothing around
rotating machinery. Hi gh vol tage . ,is
present when the treadmill cable is
plugged in.
- 11. Restore power to the treadmill and test
the operation of the new input shaft. Verify
that the treadmill operates through the full
range of speeds.

12. Unplug the treadmill and replace the hood


and handrail.
13. If using the Q2000 or the 645 PTC,
perform treadmill calibration (Steps 1, 2 and 7
of Section 4.4 of the Q2000 Service Manual or
Section 6.2 of the 645 PTe Technical Manua!).

5.2.2.2 Replacement of a Seized Bearing on


the Input Shaft

NOTE
Figure 5-1 Loosening the Variable Speed Belt
Replacement of a loose or seized
throw-out bearing requires special
equipment and should be performed at the
factory.
2. Remove the machined pulley and key.
1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.2.
3. Align the speed change spindle assembly
with the pin on the base of the headframe. 2. Inspect the shaft for damage. If the shaft
is damaged, obtain a replacement input shaft
4. Replace the machined pulley on the shaft assembly and replace the shaft using the
with the key in place. procedure in Section 5.2.2.1.
5. Replace the bearing caps, narrow side 3. If you are replacing a bearing on the left
down, and place the bolts in the holes without end of the shaft, remove the machined pulley
tightening them. and key. Remove the left bearing cap using a
gear puller or press.
6. Install an undamaged input shaft assembly.
4. If you are replacing a bearing on the right
7. Pry open the output pulley slightly. Pull end of the shaft, remove the bearing cap using
on the variable speed belt at the output end to a gear puller or press.
snap the belt into place.
5. Remove the bearing using a gear puller or
8. Tighten the bolts, installing the fan on the press. Refer to Step 2 if the input shaft is
center bearing cap. damaged.

9. Snap the V4)elts on and align the 6. Press a new bearing onto the shaft using
machined pulley with the pulley on the drive an arbor press.
motor shaft. Use the setscrew on the

- machined pulley to make the adjustment.

10. Check the alignment of the input shaft.


7. Apply Loctite Primer T and Loctite RC
609 to the inside of the bearing cap and
replace the bearing cap.
The variable speed bel t should be parallel to
- the side of the headframe. 8. Replace the machined pulley and key if
5-5
they were removed. Align the machined 5. Replace with an undamaged speed change
pulley with the drive motor shaft using the spindle assembly and align with the pin at the
setscrew on the pulley to align. base of the head frame.
9. Replace the input shaft by performing 6. Replace the chain on the spindle sprocket.
steps 3 through 13 of Section 5.2.2.1. .
7. Perform steps 3 through 13 of Section
5.2.2.3 Reinstallation of a Loose Bearing on 5.2.2.1 to replace the input shaft.
the Input Shaft
8. Calibrate speed (Section 5.4.1).
NOTE
Replacement of a loose or seized 5.2.2.5 V-Belt and/or Machined Pulley
throw-out bearing requires special Replacement
equipment and should be performed at the
factory. I. Inspect the V-belt and the machined
pulley to determine if the pulley has worn
I. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.2. unevenly because of a glazed V-belt.
2. Carefully remove the loose bearing from ." 2. If replacing a V-belt or if replacing the
the end of the shaft. machined pulley on a Q55, perform the
. . .• ,., .'.C procedure in Section 5.2.1.
3. Inspect the input shaft. If the shaft is
damaged, obtain a replacement input shaft 3. If replacing the machined pulley on a Q65,
assembly and replace the shaft using the perform the procedure in Section 5.2.2 to
procedure in Section 5.2.2.1. remove the input shaft.
4. If the shaft is not damaged, perform the 4. Loosen the setscrew on the machined
following. pulley. The V-belts can be removed by
applying side' pressure to the belts while
a. Clean the inside of the bearing cap and rotating the pulley.
the inner and outer bearing races with
Loctite Primer T. " 5. Ir replacing the machined pulley, remove
the 'pulley and key from the shaft. On the Q55
b. Apply Lo.ctite RC 609 to the end of the" treadmill it may be necessary to remove the
shaft, the inside of the bearing cap and' cable ties to move the cable assembly ou~ of
the inner and outer races of the bearing. the way.
c. Assemble the bearing and the bearing cap . 6. .' If replacing a V-belt or the. machined
and allow approximately 30 minutes for" p~ley on the Q55, reassemble in reverse order
the Loctite RC 609 to set. of disassembly.
5. Perform steps 3 through 13 of' Section 7. , If replacing the machined pulley on a Q65,
5.2.2.1 to install the input shaft. perform steps 3 through 13 of Section 5.2.2.1
to reassemble the input shaft.
5.2.2.4 Speed Change Spindie Assembly ~~} '.:"
Replacement 8. Align the machined pulley to the pulley on
the output shaft of the drive motor. Use the
1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.2. se~,screw on the machined pulley to make the
adjustment.
2. Pull the speed change spindle asserribl'y
towards the drive motor. 9." Replace the hood and handrail.

3. Remove the chain from ".

sprocket. 5.'2:3 ~i~assembly to Remove the Output


.. , " f ' Shaft Assembly
4. Remove the speed change s[>lp~~~~ +'l.c, :

assembly from the pin at the base of the 1.;~1 ~ith the t..readmill on, decrease speed to .
headframe. minimum.
5-6
-
2. Unplug the treadmill, remove the handrail 6. Install the tachometer beam chopper and
R.nd lift the hood straight up off the treadmill. perform the alignment in Section 5.3.5.
7. Unplug the treadmill and replace the hood
and handrail.
8. Restore power to the treadmill and
calibrate speed (Section 5.4.1). Before
Exercise caution to avoid damage to returning the treadmill to service, ensure that
bearings and caps on the output shaft. If the treadmill calibration has been performed
the output shaft is scarred or if the on the Q2000 (Steps 1, 2 and 7 of Section 4.4
moveable sheave is frozen on the output of the Q2000 Service Manual) or the 645 PTC
shaft, the entire shaft assembly must be (Section 6.2 of the 645 PTC Technical Manual).
replaced.

NOTE
5.2.3.2 Replacement of a Seized Bearing on
A replacement output shaft assembly can the Output Shaft
be obtained from Quinton Medical
Company's Service Department. 1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.3.
3. Carefully remove the tachometer optical 2. Inspect the shaft for damage. If the shaft
sensor from the bearing cap. is damaged, obtain a replacement output shaft
and replace the shaft using the procedure in
4. Remove the tachometer beam chopper. Section 5.2.3.1.

5. Remove the speed change motor by 3. Remove the bearing cap from the end of
removing the two bolts holding it to the the shaft using a gear puller or press. Refer
bracket. to Step 2 if the output shaft is damaged.

6. With an air wrench or a ratchet wrench 4. Remove the old bearing from the shaft
with a long extension, remove the four bolts using a gear puller or press.
holding the beari ng caps in place.
5. Press the new bearing onto the shafft
7. Take a rope or flexible belt and put it using an arbor press.
around the variable speed belt. Pull straight
up to loosen the belt. Figure 5-1 illustrates 6. Apply Loctite Primer T and Loctite RC
the loosening of the variable speed belt. 609 to the inside of the beari ng cap and
replace the bearing cap.
8. Remove the output shaft assembly.
7. Replace the output shaft by performing
steps 2 through 8 of Section 5.2.3.1.
5.2.3.1 Output Shaft Assembly Replacement

1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.3. 5.2.3.3 Reinstallation of a Loose Bearing on


the Output Shaft
2. Slip the variable speed belt onto the input
and ou tput pulleys. 1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.3.

3. Install an undamaged output shaft by 2. Carefully remove the loose bearing from
replacing the bearing caps, narrow side down, the end of the shaft.
and tightening the bolts with an air wrench or
a ratchet wrench with a long extension. 3. Inspect the output shaft. If the shaft is
damaged, obtain a replacement output shaft
4. Install the speed change motor back onto assembly and replace the shaft using the
the speed change motor bracket. procedure in Section 5.2.3.1.
5. Replace the tachometer optical sensor on 4. If the shaft is not damaged, perform the
the top of the bearing cap. following.
5·7
a. Clean the inside of the bearing cap and 2. 1Dnplug the treadmill, remove the handrail
the inner and outer bearing races with and hood, and lift the hood straight up off the
Loctite Primer T. treadmill.
b. Apply Loctite RC 609 to the end of the 3. Block the front of the headframe with 3-
shaft, the inside of the bearing cap and to 6-inch wooden blocks to take the weight off
the inner and outer races of the beari ng. the treadmill wheels.
c. Assemble the bearing and the bearing cap 4. If the rack gear is completely jammed,
and allow approximately 30 minutes for proceed to Section 5.2.4.2.
the Loctite RC 609 to set.
5. Perform steps 2 through 8 of Section
5.2.3.1 to install the output shaft assembly. WARNING I
5.2.3.4 Variable Speed Belt Replacement Do not wear loose clothing around
rotating machinery. High voltage is
I. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.2 to present when the treadmill cable is
remove the input shaft assembly. plugged in.

2. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.3 to 5. Restore ;power to the treadmill and raise
remove the output shaft assembly. the wheels approximately 1/2 inch off the
floor by decreasing grade.
3. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.3.1
to replace the output shaft assembly. 6. Remove the two hexbolts holding the
wheels to the rack gears. Note the
3. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.2.1 arrangement of the washers used as spacers.
to replace the input shaft assembly.
7. Decrease grade until the rack gears start
bouncing on the pinion shaft.
5.2.3.5 Timing Belt Replacement
8. Unplug the treadmill.
I. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.3.
9. Lift the rack gears straight out the top.
2. Take the molding and side channels off
both sides of the treadmill. Use a 1/2-inch 5.2.4.1 Rack Gear Reassembly
wrench to remove the five bolts on the
treadmill deck and a 9/16-inch wrench to 1. If a rack gear is completely jammed,
remove the two bolts holding the side channel perform the procedure in Section 5.2.4.2,
to the headframe. omitting step I of Section 5.2.4.2.
3. Slide the timing belt off. 2. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.4.
4. Replace with a new timing belt. 3. Install the undamaged rack gears
simultaneously so that they will be parallel.
5. Reinstall the output shaft by performing
steps 2 through 8 of Section 5.2.3.1.
6. Reinstall the side channels and molding. WARNING I
7. Adjust the timing belt tension (Section
5.3.1). ,Do not wear loose clothing around
rotating machinery. High voltage is
present when the treadmill cable is
5.2.4 Disassembly to Remove the Rack Gears plugged in.
or Pinion Shaft
4. Restore power to the treadmill and
1. If treadmill grade will change at all, take decrease grade. After the gears bounce a few
the grade to approximately 12 % (6-7 0 ). times, increase grade. This should cause the
5-8
rack gears to mesh in exactly the same place 9. Rebolt the handrail support in place.
on both rack gears.

5. Run the rack gears down past the bottom


of the handrail support. WARNING I
6. Check under the bottom of the handrail
- support to verify tha t the rack gears are
meshing properly. They should protrude an
Do not wear loose clothing around
rotating machinery. High voltage is
present when the treadmill cable is
equal amount.
plugged in.
7. RUn the rack gears down until there is 10. Restore power and decrease grade to run
enough room to replace the wheels. the other rack gear out the top.
8. Replace the two bolts that hold the 11. Perform steps 3 through 13 of Section
wheels to the rack gears. Reassemble in the 5.2.4.1 to reassemble the treadmill and
configuration noted at step 6 of Section 5.2.4.
.- 9. Run grade down until the wheels touch
calibrate grade•

5.2.4.3 Pinion Shaft Replacement


the floor.

10. Grease the rack gears. 1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.4.

11. Remove the blocks supporting the


headframe.

12. Calibrate grade (Section 5.4.2.).


WARNING I
Do not wear loose clothing around
13. Unplug the treadmill and replace the hood rotating machinery. High voltage is
and handrail. present when the treadmill cable is
plugged in.

5.2.4.2 Replacement of a Jammed Rack Gear 2. Restore power to the treadmill and use
the grade motor to turn the shaft until the
1. If the rack gear is not completely setscrew on the torque limiter is visible.
jammed, perform the procedure in Section
5.2.4.1 to replace the rack gear. 3. Loosen but do not remove the setscrews
from the torque limiter, grade potentiometer
2. Perform steps 1 through 3 of Section 5.2.4. sprocket and set collars.
3. Determine which rack gear is jammed by 4. Unplug the treadmill.
shaking each rack gear lightly from the top. If
there is no play in the rack gear, it is jammed. 5. Remove the four bolts that hold the
handrail support in place on the side of the
4. Block the treadmill so that the wheels are treadmill nearest the speed change motor.
1/2 to 1/4 inch off the floor.
6. Slide the pinion shaft out.
5. Remove the bolt holding the wheel to the
rack gear. 7. Slide a new pinion shaft in, placing the
torque limiter, set collars and grade
6. Remove the four bolts that hold the potentiometer sprocket on the shaft.
handrail support in place.
8. Verify that neither end of the pinion shaft
7. Slide the rack gear out sideways. touches the handrail support bracket before
tightening down the setscrews on the set
8. Inspect the gear on the pinion shaft for collars. Tighten the setscrews.
damage. If the gear is damaged, replace the
pinion shaft (Section 5.2.4.3) as well as the 9. Align the grade potentiometer sprocket
rack gear. and tighten the setscrew.
5-9
10. Align the torque limiter and grade motor 4. Carefully place the whole treadmill on its
sprocket using the setscrew on the grade right side on blocks.
motor sprocket.
5. Release the quick disconnects on the
11. Perform steps 3 through 13 of Section wires leading to the belt tracking swi tches.
5.2.4.1 to replace the rack gears and
recalibrate grade.

5.2.5 Belt Tracking Switch Replacement 5.2.6.1 Walking Belt Replacement

1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.6.


If a belt tracking switch is defective, replace
it with a Quinton PIN 06872-001 microswitch 2. Slide the walking belt off.
and a PIN 02702-001 quick disconnect female
terminal. 3. Slide a new walking belt on.

1. Increase grade to maximum and unplug 4. Re~onnect the quick dis~onne.cts on the
the treabmill. wires to the belt tracking sWItches.

2. Note the color and arrangement of wires 5. Return the treadmill to an upright
to the switch and release the quick position.
disconnects at the switch.
6. Replace the side channels and moldings.
3. Remove the two bolts and nuts holding
the switch in place. 7. With the treadmill unplugged, replace the
hood and handrail.
4. Replace with a new switch and terminal
and rebolt onto the bracket. 8. Restore power to the treadmill and adjust
the walking belt tension by performing the
5. Reconnect the wires. procedure in Section 3.2.1 of the Q 55/Q65
Operator Manual.
6. Adjust the lever arms so that there is 1/2
to 3/4 inch distance between the lever arm 9. Calibrate speed (Section 5.4.1).
and the walking belt when the walking belt is
centered.
5.2.6.2 Drive or Idler Pulley Replacement
7. Restore power to the treadmill and verify
that a belt tracking error message is displayed
on the treadmill controller when the switch is NOTE
manually actuated.
Repair of seized or loose bearings or a
damaged drive or idler pulley requires
special equipment and should be done at
5.2.6 Disassembly to Remove the Walking the factory.
Belt or Drive or Idler Pulley
1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.6.
1. Unplug the treadmill, remove the handrail
and hood and lift the hood straight up off the 2. Remove the drive or idler pulley. The
treadmill. timing sprocket on the drive pulley comes off
easily when the drive pulley is free.
2. Pry the molding off both sides of the
treadmill. Use a 1/2-inch wrench to remove 3. Replace the drive or idler pulley with new
the five bolts on the treadmill deck and a or repaired assembly.
9/16-inch wrench to remove the two bolts
holdi ng the side channels on both sides of the 4. Perform steps 4 through 9 of Section
headframe. 5.2.6.1 to reassemble.
3. Block the right side of the headframe and
deck to prevent damage to the right side
channel. 5.2.6.3 Removing a Burr from the Deck
5-10
....

5.3.3 Adjusting the Setscrews on the Speed


Change Yoke
1. Verify that step 7 of the speed calibration
The deck surface has been anodized. Do procedure (Section 5.4.1) has been performed
not machine the deck as this will alter the and that the speed change yoke setscrews
protect ive coating. require adjustment.
1. Perform the procedure in Section 5.2.6 to 2. Unplug the treadmill, remove the handrail
disassemble the walking belt. and hood, and lift the hood straight up off the
treadmill. Locate the speed change spindle
2. Slide the walking belt off. assembly (Figure 5-2).
3. File only the burr off the deck.

4. Perform steps 4 through 9 of Section


5.2.6.1 to replace the walking belt and
reassemble the treadmill.

5.3 ADJUSTMENT AND ALIGNMENT


PROCEDURES
Adjustment procedures are included in this
- section to adjust the treadmill for proper
operation. Alignments of chains and .be~ts,
wi th the exception of the self-abgnIng
variable speed belt, can be done using the
setscrews provided and a straightedge.

5.3.1 Timing Belt Tension Adjustment


Figure 5-2 Speed Change Spindle Assembly
1. Pry the molding loose from both side of
- the treadmill.
2. Remove the four 9/16-inch bolts and 3. If speed will not decrease to minimum,
perform the following.
washers on either side of the headframe.

3. If the timing belt is so tight that it hums


or whines during operation, move the
headframe assembly toward the walking belt. WARNING I
4. If the timing belt is so loose that it slips Do not wear loose clothi ng around
on the timing pulley, move the headframe rotating machinery. High voltage is
further away from the walking belt. present when the treadmill cable is
plugged in.
5. Replace the bolts and washers.
a. Restore power to the treadmill and
6. Replace the molding. observe the speed change spindle
assembly and the speed indicator as you
- 5.3.2 Walking Belt Tension or Track
Adjustment
decrease speed to minimum. Unplug the
treadmilL

- Adjust the walking belt tension by performing


the procedure in Section 3.2.1 of the Q55/Q65
Operator Manual. Adjust the walking belt
b. Work from the front end of the treadmill
to adjust the speed change yoke
setscrew. Use a liS-inch Allen head
track by performing the procedure in Section
- 3.2.2 of the Q55/Q65 Operator Manual.
wrench to turn the setscrew nearest the
beari ng cap one turn counterclockwise.
5-11
c. Repeat steps 3a and 3b as needed to 4. Using an amp probe capable of measuring
achieve minimum speed. low amperage accurately, perform the
following procedure to reset the torque limiter.
4. If speed will not increase to maximum,
perform the following. a. PI ace the amp probe around a single red
or black lead to connector 2AIP3.
Measure the current draw when the
torque limiter is actually slipping.
WARNING I b. Compare the measured amperage with the
amperage noted on the grade motor
Do not wear loose clothing around nameplate.
rotating machinery. High voltage is
present when the treadmill cable is c. If measured amperage is higher than rated
plugged in. amperage, within 5%, slacken the torque
limiter nut (turn the nut
a. Restore power to the treadmill and
observe the speed change spindle counterclockwise) with water pump pliers
assembly and the speed indicator as you until the amperage reading is correct.
increase speed to maximum.
d. If measure amperage is lower than rated
~mperage, within 5%, tighten the torque
b. Work from the walking belt end of the
headframe to adjust the speed change IImlter nut (turn the nut clockwise) until
yoke setscrew. Use a lI8-inch Allen the a mperage reading is correct.
wrench to turn the setscrew nearest the
moveable sheave one turn 5. If an amp probe capable of measuring low
counterclockwise. amperage accurately is not available, the
following method may also be used to reset
c. Repeat steps 4a and 4b as needed to the torque limiter.
achieve maximum speed.
a. Place weights (400 lb.) about 18 inches
5. With the treadmill unplugged, replace the from the front edge of the deck in the
hood and handrail. approximate position a patient's front
foot would strike the treadmill.
6. Perform treadmill calibration on the
Q2000 (Steps 1, 2 and 7 of Section 4.4 of b. Tighten the torque limiter nut (turn the
n~t clockwise) until the treadmill just
Q2000 Service Manual) or 645 PTC (Section
6.2 of PTC Technical Manual). pIcks up the weight. Stop tightening the
nut as soon as the treadmill picks up the
weight.
5.3.4 Torque Limiter Adjustment

1. Unplug the treadmill and remove the 6. Tighten down the tabs on the torque
handrail and hood. limiter.

2. Use a fla t-bladed screwdriver to loosen 7. Unplug the treadmill and replace the hood
and handrail.
the tabs on the torque limiter.

WARNING I 8. Restore power to the treadmill and


perform treadmill calibration of the Q2000
(Steps 1, 2 and 7 of Section 4.4 of Q2000
Service Manual) or 645 PTC (Section 6.2 of
Do not wear loose clothing around 645 PTC Technical Manual).
rotating machinery. Hi gh vol tage is
present when the treadmill cable is 5.3.5 Tachometer Beam Chopper Alignment
plugged in.
1. Unplug the treadmill and remove the
3. Restore power to the treadmill and handrail and hood.
decrease grade to minimum. Keep the grade
decrease pushbutton continuously depressed 2. Center the beam chopper by sliding it
while performing step 4 or 5. along the shaft and checking the relationship
5-12
to the tachometer U;:D. /\ screwdriver may c. Replace the four holts to reassemble the
be used to slide the beam (~hopp(~r !1.long the Tl"tH:tdmiU Controller.
shaft. The bea m .::-hoppel' should be at the
exact center of tile gnp. 4. If the treadmill speed reading stayed at
zero ...... hile step 1 or 2 was being performed,
3. Calibrate speed troubleshoot the tachometer (Section 4,
Troubleshooting Tree L).

5.4 CALIBRATION PROCFJI. mES 5. If the speed reacting was not accurate on
the Q200n or 645 PTC, perform the following.
The calibration pro(!C'dnrl ':;:: included in this
section should be performed 98 needed to ke(~jJ a. If the hood and handrail are still in place,
treadmill speerl and indications unplug the treadmill and remove the
accurate. The calibration handrail and hooct.
procedures included In Q2000 Service
Manual (Steps 1, :~ 811(; 7 of Se,~tion 4.4) and
the 645 PTC Technienl i\1,;nuaI (Seetion 6.2)
compute coasting con:;;'f\r;ts and speed Hnd
grade ranges. They :h; not affect the
performance of the il'end.mill. After any WARNING I
speed or grade calitwation hns been performed,
the Q2000 or 64!) PTe: tn::fH:lmill calibration Do not wear loose clothing around
should also be performed to ensure that rotating machinery. High voltage is
coasting' constants and nnd grade ranges present when the treadmill cable is
are correct. plugged in.

5.4.1 Speed Calibratkm b. Restore power to the treadmilL Turn the


screw at tachometer gain potentiometer
A hand-held digitnl taehometer (Biddle 2AIRl3 on the PCB until the speed
#~l59970 or equiw\lenO f'lid H multi meter reading is correct. If you are using a
(Fluke #8022B ot' equivalent) are multimeter, 1 milliampere should equal 1
recommended for speed caHhl'lltion. Though m phil. 6 kph.
the procedure can be performed without using
either instrument~ the ,'csuHing calibration c. Unplug the treadmill and replace the hood
will be less accura.h~. The followinr~ proeedure and handraU. Proceed to step 7.
ean be perfol'med with tll>' hood and handrail
re moved, provided Cllll tion lS i:-;X f~rcised. 6. If the speE!d reading was not accurate on
Quinton's Treadmill Controllel', use the
1. If youore tdnr-: ;1 hand-Ileld digital adjustment screw to the left of the DEC
tachometer~ take the I() approximately r{ pushbutton to adjust the speed meter.
m ph/l 1.3 kph and m c.'l::mrp th(~ speed of the
walking belt (1 mph :- 88 rpm). 7. Take speed to maximum and minimum to
verify that the treadmill operates through the
2. If you are not n digHal tachometer, full range of speeds (Q55 should go from 1
take the sreed to I mph/l kph and measure mph/l.6 l<ph to 10 mph/16 kph and Q65 should
speed by performing stC[,B 2 through 4 of go from 1.5 mph/2.4 kph to 15 mph/24 kph).
Section 3.2.3 of the Q55/q65 Operator Manual.
8. If the speed will not increase to maximum
3. If you are usi quinton!s Treadmill or de:crel1se to minimum, adjust the setscrew
Controller, turn off til" tr(mdmill and see if on the speed change yoke (Section 5.3.3).
the speed reading goes to z;:~ro. If it do(~s not,
perform the following:, 9. Befm'e returning the treadmill to service,
unplug the treadmill and replace the hood and
a. Remove the four boits holding the control handrail.
panel on the Trr:adrnill Controller.
10. Perform the treadmill calibration on the
b. Turn the adjustmr:FI :o;crew located on the Q2000 (Steps 1, 2 and 7 of Section 4.4 of the
back of the spet;d meter' until the speed Q2000 Service Manual) or the 645 PTC
meter reading is zp,·o. (Seetion 6.2 of the 645 PTe Technical Manual).
5-13
5.4.2 Grade Calibration b. Restore power to the treadmill and turn
the screw at the grade zero
A multimeter (Fluke #8022B or equivalent) potentiometer 2AIR29 on the PCB until
and a universal protractor level (Sears the grade indication is zero. If you are
Craftsman #9 3995 or equivalent) are using a multi meter, the reading at
recommended for grade calibration. Though 2AIR29 should be zero milliamperes.
the procedure can be performed without using
ei ther instrument, the resulting calibration 5. If you are using a protractor to measure
will be less accurate. The following procedure grade, measure grade and proceed to step 8.
can be performed with the hood and handrail
removed, provided caution is exercised. 6. Mark a spot on the floor exactly 4 feet in
front of the treadmill deck foot.
1. Take porade to minimum. Use a bubble
level or a protractor to verify that the 7. Increase the treadmill grade to 25% (14°)
treadmill is at zero grade. and, using a carpenter's square, measure the
height from the spot marked on the floor. The
NOTE height should be 1 foot.
Grade readings are relative to the floor. 8. If the height from the floor is not 1 foot
A significantly slanted floor will affect or angle is not 14°, manipulate the grade so
grade measure mente that the height and angle are correct
2. Use the bubble level or protractor to 9. If you are using Quinton's Treadmill
verify that the floor is level. Move the Controller, adjust the grade meter to exactly
treadmill to a level area if necessary to 25% using the adjustment screw directly to
calibrate grade. the right of the ELEV UP pushbutton.
3. If you are using Quinton's Treadmill 10. If the grade indication is not correct on
Controller, unplug the treadmill and see if the the Q2000 or 645 PTC, perform the following.
grade meter goes to zero. If it does not,
perform the following. a. If the handrail and hood are still in place,
unplug the treadmill and remove the
a. Remove the four bolts holding the control handrail and hood.
panel in place.

b. Turn the adjustment screw located on the


back of the grade meter until the grade
meter reading is zero.
WARNING I
Do not wear loose clothing around
c. Replace the four bolts to reassemble the rotating machinery. High voltage is
Treadmill Controller. present when the treadmill cable is
plugged in.
4. If the bubble level indicates grade is zero
but the grade reading is not zero, perform the b. Restore power to the treadmill and turn
following. the screw at the grade potentiometer
2AIR30 on the PCB until the grade
a. If the hood and handrail are still in place, readi ng is 25% • If you are using a
unplug the treadmill and remove the multi meter, the reading should be 12.5
handrail and hood. milliamperes (I millilampere should equal
a 2% increase in grade).

I WARNING I 11. Before returning the treadmill to service,


unplug the treadmill and replace the hood and
handrail.

Do not wear loose clothi ng around 12. Perform the treadmill calibration on the
rotating machinery. High voltage is Q2000 (Steps 1, 2 and 7 of Section 4.4 of the
present when the treadmill cable is Q2000 Service Manual) or 645 PTC (Section
plugged in. 6.2 of the 645 PTC Technical ManuaI).
5·14
5.4.3 Trip Level (Low Volts) Calibration hood and handrail already re moved and power
on, provided caution is exercised.
This procedure is included to provide
information about the setting of trip level 1. Take treadmill grade to approximately
potentiometer 2AIR23. This potentiometer 12% (6-7 0 ).
should not require resetting once it has been
set at the factory. 2. Unplug the treadmill, remove the hand-
rail and lift the hood straight up off the
1. Unplug the treadmill and remove the treadmill.
handrail and hood.
3. Turn the sprocket on the pinIOn shaft
2. Hook the treadmill up to a Variac toward the drive motor until the grade reading
autotransformer that can provide at least 10% is 8-10% (5-6 0 ).
less than operating voltage (for 230V, use
207V; for 208V, use 187Vj for 115V, use 103V).

WARNING I
WARNING I Do not wear loose clothing around
rotating machinery. High voltage is
Do not wear loose clothing around present when the treadmill cable is
rotating machinery. High voltage is plugged in.
present when the treadmill cable is
plugged in. 4. Restore power to the treadmill and
decrease the grade to minimum. Verify that
3. Turn the drive motor on at 1-3 mph or 2-5 the torque limiter is slipping and that the
kph. grade is level. The grade potentiometer is
now set at zero.
4. Turn the screw at trip level
potentiometer 2AIR23 on the PCB so that the 5. Calibrate grade (Section 5.4.2).
LO VOLTS LED on the PCB just barely comes
on. 5.5 POST·MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE

5. Unplug the treadmill from the Variac The checkout procedure provided in Section
autotransformer and replace the handrail and 2.4 can be performed to verify that the
hood. Q55/Q65 treadmill is operable following
maintenance. If a more detailed procedure is
5.4.4 Grade Potentiometer Calibration desired, the troubleshooting tree provided on
pages 4-2 through 4-5 can be used to perform
This procedure may be performed wi th the a checkout test.

5-15
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SECTION 6. DRAWINGS
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- This section contains the assembly drawings and schematics for the Q55/Q65 Medical
Treadmill. The following drawings are provided in the order listed:

DRAWING NUMBER TITLE NO. OF SHEETS

00208-001 through 6 Cardio Exercise Treadmill Q55 5

00208-201 Cardio Exercise Treadmill Q55 Schematic 2

00221-001 through 6 Cardio Exercise Treadmill Q65 5


00221-201 Cardio Exercise Treadmill Q65 Schematic 2

13013-001,2,3 F P.C.B. Assembly, T.M. Control 4

13013-201 C P.C. B. Assembly, T.M. Control (Schematic) 2

13032-001 through 6 C Headframe Assembly, Q55 Treadmill 5

13064-001, 2 Input Shaft Assembly 1

13066-001 C Spindle Assembly, Speed Change 2

13067-001, 2, 3 F Motor Assembly, Speed Change (2A2) I

13068-001 A Output Shaft Assembly I

; 3657-001 through 4 B Motor Assembly, Drive (2M2) 6


13673-001 through 4 B Motor Assembly, Grade (2M!) I

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