If anyone's got an old NordicTrack Pro sitting in a closet and they
don't mind scavenging it for parts, I'd be very much interested in
buying a working computer. The one I'm talking about is this:
It's a black plastic box approx. 4" x 6.5". There are two columns of
buttons on the front, below the large LCD window. The buttons on the
left column are: TIME (Top), CAL (middle), and the red HEART button
(bottom). The buttons on the left column are: SPEED ^ (top), DIST V
(middle), and ON OFF (bottom).
There are two miniplug sockets along the bottom edge; the left one is
marked "Pulse" and the right one is marked "Speed."
On the back are the battery case (takes 2 AA batteries), two large
screws that hold the clamp that attaches the computer to the main arm
of the skier, and the six smaller screws that hold the computer
If you have one of these, and it works, and you're interested in
selling it, please email me.
Any ideas on adjustments?
"Josho" <jo...@josho.com> wrote in message
And for Josh, I would keep my eye on the want ads in the newspaper.
Nordictrack ski machines are sometimes available and can be had for very
good prices. Make somebody an offer he can't refuse.
"Peter Govoni" <peter...@cox.net> wrote in message