Precor Fitness Equipment Repair
Certified Precor Technicians
Our technicians have been trained to service and maintain all Precor machines including treadmills, ellipticals, recumbent bikes, and home gyms.
Our team of highly skilled and experienced Precor technicians are dedicated to providing top-notch treadmill repair and maintenance services. They are equipped with state-of-the-art tools and diagnostic equipment to facilitate accurate treadmill troubleshooting and efficient repairs, saving you time and money.
With years of industry experience, our technicians have encountered a wide range of Precor treadmill problems. They have successfully resolved countless issues, including treadmill belt slipping, motor malfunctions and belt replacements, to electronic component repairs. Their hands-on experience enables them to tackle even the most complex repair tasks.
They take the time to listen to your concerns, answer any questions you may have, and explain the repair process in a clear and understandable manner. Our goal is to provide excellent customer service and ensure your complete satisfaction.
We understand the importance of functioning exercise equipment in your daily routine. Our technicians are committed to providing prompt and efficient service, minimizing downtime for your equipment, so you can get back to your fitness routine without delay. Call or text us now at (559)216-5392 to schedule an appointment.
Expert Precor Treadmill and Elliptical Repair Services:
We take pride in our team of highly skilled technicians who possess extensive expertise and certifications in elliptical repair. Here’s why our technicians stand out:
Industry Experience: Our technicians have years of experience working with ellipticals and other fitness machines, and diagnosing a wide range of issues, and providing effective repairs. They have encountered various elliptical models and are familiar with their specific mechanisms and components.
Manufacturer Knowledge: We stay updated with the latest elliptical models and their specifications. Our technicians undergo regular training to stay informed about new technologies, repair techniques, and specific requirements of different brands. We are equipped to handle repairs for a wide range of elliptical machines.
Certifications and Training: Our technicians hold relevant certifications and have undergone specialized training in elliptical repair. They have a deep understanding of the inner workings of elliptical machines and are equipped with the knowledge and skills to perform accurate diagnoses and effective repairs.
Continued Learning: We prioritize ongoing learning and professional development for our technicians. They stay up-to-date with industry advancements, attend workshops and seminars, and keep abreast of the latest repair techniques. This commitment ensures that our technicians are well-equipped to handle any elliptical repair challenge.
Serving Your Local Area
Extensive Coverage Area:
Our service area encompasses the cities of Fresno, Clovis, Madera and neighborhoods in between. We are dedicated to providing our professional repair services to as many customers as possible. No matter where you’re located within our coverage area, we strive to reach you swiftly and efficiently.
Prompt Response Times:
When you’re in need of fitness equipment repair, time is of the essence. We understand the urgency and make it our priority to respond promptly to your service requests. As soon as you contact us, we will gather the necessary details and dispatch a skilled technician to your location at the earliest convenience. We value your time and aim to minimize any disruption to your fitness routine.
On-Site Repairs for Minimal Disruption:
We believe that convenience is key when it comes to fitness equipment repair. To save you the hassle of transporting your treadmill to a repair shop, our technicians perform on-site repairs whenever possible. This means that our skilled professionals will come directly to your home, gym, or commercial space to assess, diagnose, and repair your treadmill. By providing on-site services, we ensure that your treadmill is up and running with minimal interruption to your daily routine.
Common problems for Precor Fitness Equipment:
Speed Control Issues
Uneven Belt Tracking
Excessive Noise or Vibration
Non-Responsive Buttons or Controls
Power On/Off Problems
Error Codes Displayed on Console
Unstable or Wobbly Frame
Belt Fraying or Worn-Out
Lack of Lubrication
Being aware of common treadmill problems can help you identify and address issues promptly. We will explore some of the most common treadmill problems encountered by users and provide insights on resolving them for a smooth and enjoyable workout experience.
The treadmill motor is the powerhouse that drives the belt. Motor malfunctions can lead to a range of issues, including abnormal noises, overheating, or complete power failure. A faulty motor can disrupt your workouts and compromise the overall performance of the treadmill.
Belt slippage occurs when the treadmill belt moves inconsistently or slips while in use. This can create an unsafe workout environment and hinder your progress. Loose or worn-out belts, improper tension, or inadequate lubrication are common causes of belt slippage.
Treadmill consoles display essential workout information and allow you to control the settings. Console errors can manifest as inaccurate readings, unresponsive buttons, or erratic behavior. These issues can hinder your ability to track your progress and adjust settings effectively.
Many treadmills feature incline capabilities to simulate different terrains. However, incline problems can arise, such as the treadmill failing to adjust the incline properly or getting stuck in an inclined position. This can disrupt your workouts and limit your ability to vary the intensity of your exercises.
Speed Control Issues:
Treadmills should maintain a consistent speed throughout your workout. If your treadmill struggles to maintain speed or experiences fluctuations, it can impact the effectiveness of your workouts. Speed control issues may be caused by motor problems, belt tension issues, or electronic component malfunctions.
Uneven Belt Tracking:
An uneven belt tracking can cause one side of the treadmill belt to lag or shift. This can result in an imbalanced and uncomfortable workout experience. Belt tracking issues can be caused by misaligned rollers, a misadjusted belt, or worn-out parts.
Excessive Noise or Vibration:
Excessive noise or vibration during treadmill operation can be disruptive and indicate underlying issues. Noises may arise from loose bolts, worn-out bearings, or misaligned components. Vibrations can result from an unbalanced or improperly tensioned belt.
Non-Responsive Buttons or Controls:
Non-responsive buttons or controls on the treadmill console can be frustrating and limit your ability to adjust settings or access desired features. These issues may be caused by worn-out buttons, loose connections, or faulty wiring.
Power On/Off Problems:
Difficulties in powering the treadmill on or off can be indicative of electrical problems. These issues may stem from faulty power cords, issues with the power switch, or problems with the electrical circuit.
Error Codes Displayed on Console:
Treadmill consoles may display error codes to indicate specific malfunctions. These codes can provide valuable information for diagnosing and addressing issues. Error codes vary depending on the treadmill manufacturer, and referring to the user manual can help in troubleshooting.
Unstable or Wobbly Frame:
A stable and sturdy treadmill frame is essential for safe and effective workouts. An unstable or wobbly frame can be a safety concern and may be caused by loose.
Precor Assembly and Installation
Our services are not only limited to Precor fitness equipment repair and maintenance. We also offer installation services for all types of fitness equipment for just $99. Whether you are setting up a new gym or replacing old equipment, our team can help you with the installation process. We will ensure that your equipment is set up correctly and safely, so you can start using your Precor Equipment right away.
How long do Precor treadmills last?
How long does the Precor TRM 223 treadmill last? The life expectancy of any treadmill is largely contingent upon the usage and care. That said, with a lifetime warranty on the frame and five years on the motor, this treadmill can be reasonably expected to last a solid eight to 10 years under normal usage.
Where is Precor company located?
Precor, a wholly owned subsidiary of Peloton and headquartered in Greater Seattle, WA, has been a pioneer in delivering fitness experiences for commercial customers and exercisers for more than 40 years.
How often should a treadmill be serviced?
How often should I schedule treadmill maintenance? With regular light use a treadmill and other mechanical fitness equipment should be serviced yearly. Dust and debris can build up in the electrical components from wear and tear.
Is Precor made in the USA?
Precor. Precor manufactures a variety of commercial cardio trainers in the USA. This includes their Adaptive Motion Trainer which creatively adjusts to work more like a stairmaster or an elliptical. They also produce premium ellipticals, rowers, treadmills, stationary bikes, and climber machines.
Who owns Precor fitness equipment?
Peloton acquired Precor for $420 million in cash, subject to customary adjustments for working capital, transaction expenses, cash and indebtedness. The acquisition of Precor was announced on December 21, 2020.
How much does it cost to replace a treadmill belt?
Replacing a treadmill belt will typically include the cost of the labor and the parts. Labor often costs $100 to $200 an hour, while a belt can cost $200 to $300 on its own. At Treadmill Repair Fresno our labor charge to replace a belt is $99.
Should you unplug your treadmill everyday?
The short answer to this without going into a lot of detail about electricity and how it’s used by a treadmill is ALWAYS unplug your treadmill after each use.
What is the common problem of treadmill?
When performing Precor fitness equipment repair, the most common problem with treadmills is due to too much belt deck friction, which can be eliminated by keeping a regular lubrication schedule. The parts that fail from this are the walking belt, deck, drive belt, rollers, motor, drive pulley, and electronics.
Do treadmill motors burn out?
If the drive motor’s belt heats up sufficiently from immense friction, it can burn through the core of the motor if it’s made out of cardboard. This is usually found in cheap treadmills, and once it happens, the whole motor has to be replaced.
Why did my treadmill motor suddenly stop working?
Treadmills require lubrication to limit the amount of friction between the platform and belt. When the friction increases to a certain point, the machine is automatically set to power off. This may be the cause for the machine to stop working suddenly. Try lubricating the belt.
Is it OK to use treadmill twice a day?
It’s safe to work out twice a day as long as you follow a well-structured program. If you don’t take enough time to rest between workouts, you may end up with an injury. There’s also the chance of getting burned out by working out twice a day.