Proform XP 110 elliptical console is an electronic device that gives the user feedback on their workout.
If your Proform elliptical console not working or you want to get a brand new one with more features, then let’s jump into today’s guide on Proform XP 110 elliptical console replacement.
Without further ado, let’s get right into it!
Reasons Why To Replace Proform XP 110 Elliptical Machine Console
Proform XP 110 elliptical trainer console provides the user with information about the workout such as speed, distance traveled, calories burned and heart rate.
There are many reasons why you would want to replace your console. The major reason is if your Proform XP 110 console is defective or broken.
The performance console is a vital component of any elliptical trainer and it is important that you know how to troubleshoot when one doesn’t seem to be working.
The first thing you should do when this happens is to power off your Proform XP 110 console and make sure that your console’s power cable is plugged in and not loose or damaged.
If that doesn’t work, it is a strong reason to replace your Proform XP 110 elliptical console and get a workable one.
The other reason you would want to replace the console is after you found out that your Proform elliptical resistance not working due to the display console being damaged and not sending enough power to the resistance motor.
Lastly, if the XP 110 console does not have all of the features that people want in an elliptical machine and only has a very basic display screen or cannot connect to other devices like smartphones or watches, then replacing it with the newest versions is the best thing to do.
Proform XP 110 Elliptical Console Replacement – Step By Step Guide
The process of replacing a Proform XP 110 elliptical console is not complicated and it will not take much time. The first step is to turn off the Proform elliptical and make sure the machine is unplugged from the power supply.
1. Remove the console
Remove the console by unscrewing all of the four M4 x 16mm screws on the back panel of the console. Then, remove the attached wires on the console from the main and pulse wires.
Next, Pull the console up and disconnect the wires from the back of the console.
2. Install the new console
Connect the wire harness on the new console to the upper wire harness.
Carefully mount the console to the upright with the four M4 x 16mm Screws.
3. Install the batteries
Slide the battery cover off the Console.
Insert the batteries into the console battery compartment following all safety precautions.
Make sure that the batteries are oriented as shown by the diagrams inside of the battery compartments. Then, slide the battery cover back to the Console.