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Image 10.4 QL


(Rochester, NY)

Image 10.4 QL Treadmill

Image 10.4 QL Treadmill

We have had an Image 10.4 QL treadmill for almost 7 years. It was purchased new in December 2002. We have had no problems whatsoever with it despite almost constant use for both running and fast walking. The only issue I have with it is it doesn't fold up properly. The locking mechanism does not line up with the treadmill frame. Other than that it has been great. In my opinion it's a "commercial" grade treadmill as good as any I've used at high end health clubs.

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Jan 23, 2017
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my unit finally gave up the ghost
by: billypickadilly

had this unit for almost 15 yrs or more. great unit. but eventually the motor gave up and would not start. tried everything my self to fix it.

i miss having a threadmill. looking to buy another one with state of the art.

Jan 23, 2017
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Image 10.4 QL
by: norcaltc

Our treadmill is over heating.

I have cleaned the belt and sprayed graphite as instructions tell you to do.

The tension on the belts are fine.

Any suggestions? TIA.

Jan 27, 2016
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Very good unit. Going for over 20 yrs.
by: billypickadilly

thanks for the how to reset the incline on the treadmill. I have the 10.4Q for about 20 years and it has been superb. Not a single hick up.

This is a very good treadmill and it sure was top not for its time when it was available. I will continue to use it until it burns up or the welds break.

Does anyone know how to do a full system check on the unit? I used to know it. I did learn it from the techs when they used to come and service the unit annually but I forgot. I think it is a full system self test.


Dec 03, 2013
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how to fix/zero out the incline on ICON-made treads
by: Anonymous

There is a simple way to re-calibrate the incline.
It is not a defect. It happens when the safety magnet is disturbed in the middle of either an UP or DOWN incline motion.
Now I do not have my Pro-form (another ICON-made unit) any more but here is what I remember on the Steps to get the machine to do this self-recalbration.

1) Start tread at any speed.
2) Push button for raising incline.
3) And WHILE machine is in the act of inclining OR declining, does not matter which. PULL AWAY THE SAFETY MAGNET/KEY.
4) Now wait to see if the machine continues to do some form of incline action.
LEAVE THE MACHINE ALONE FOR 2 minutes OR as long as it is TILL doing the calibration movement on the incline.
5) After it finishes it shall be at ZERO incline now.
ALL DONE.

NOTE:
If the first attempt of above steps does not start the caliberation action, try from beginning and couple of more times TILL it starts the SELF-CALIBeration.

Dec 12, 2011
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Locking mechanism
by: Anonymous

Your locking mechanism doesn't line up because the incline is not going down to zero like it should. I have the same problem with my model 10.4Qi.

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