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There is no telling exactly what all was fried, but you can check the harness for shorts using a multimeter. Check continuity to make sure there are no shorts in the harness. Also check cross continuity
You are reading it correctly. The reason you are able to do it with so much ease is because of the resistance setting you have it on. Outside riding a bike is a whole lot more difficult because of the
That is correct. The one listed in that post shows to be different. Unfortunately I do not show one for your model. If you can provide me the serial number, I will be happy to take it a step further
You are correct in thinking that there is a clutch in your bike. Unfortunately, I do not know exactly where you can find it. I would suggest contacting LifeFitness directly. If they do not have it,
http://www.octanefitness.com/home/support/ After doing some research the link posted was the best information I could find. By using this link, you should be able to obtain your answer and also find