The warranty on the Upgrade MC-70 is either 6 months or 1 year from the original invoice date. Refer to your original order to verify the warranty period purchased. This warranty does not cover damage arising from improper installation, electrical shorts or surges in other parts or house wiring, a worn out belt and/or deck, or acts of God.
The mount has been made very easy to understand and use. Remove the screws holding the old board to the frame and leave the wiring intact. Simply remove the plastic cover on the industrial Velcro squares and the simply fasten the new board to the spot where the old board was mounted.
Change the wiring from the old board to the new board One Wire at a Time (Refer to Wiring Picture on Page 3). Each wire should be changed over as follows. From the box on the old MC-70 labeled Motor remove the red motor wire from the A+ terminal and put it on the Upgrade MC-70 on the terminal by the fuse array labeled A+. Next, remove the black motor wire from the A- terminal and then put it on the terminal by the fuse array labeled A-
Next, remove the blue AC wire (black on some models) from the AC1 input on the old board and put it on the AC input terminal labeled L1. If your upgrade has two inputs labeled L1, you can put it on either terminal. Then, remove the white wire from the AC2 input and put it on the new board on the terminal labeled L2. Once again, if your upgrade has two inputs labeled L2, it can be placed on either one.
Finally, remove the three speed wires one at a time. First, remove the red wire from the H terminal on the old board and put it on the H terminal on the Upgrade MC-70. Second, remove the white wire from the W terminal on the old board and put it on the W terminal on the Upgrade MC-70. Third, remove the black wire from the L terminal on the old board and put it on the L terminal on the Upgrade MC-70.
The final step is to follow the calibration instructions that are listed on the next page. If you have any questions or have any problems, email us at email@example.com.
Press the Stop and the Speed Up keys down while inserting the safety key. If this doesn't work, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for key sequence instructions to enter calibration.
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If the motor pulses along with a light on the new controller pulsing or if the speed is too fast at lower speeds, the IR setting is too high on the controller. On the new board on the opposite side from the H,W,L speed connectors is an adjustment pot that looks very similar to the max speed pot that you used to adjust the max speed during calibration. This P3 adjustment pot is labeled Torque Boost and turn it slightly counter-clockwise until the pulsing goes away. This is your IR adjustment on the new board. This is what allows this board to have a much tighter speed range than the old board.
Warning!!! Do Not Adjust the Yellow P2 NULL Pot.