Console Codes for Stairmaster Stepper 4000PT

Console codes require the unit to be in an "idle" state for the code to be accepted. "Idle" state means the console is not displaying an error or any message that requires data input. The display should basically be freshly powered up, scrolling the EKG or welcome message.

Console codes are for customizing the console setup and diagnosing problems with your Stairmaster 4000PT.


The following console codes are for use with C3, C4, and C5 consoles that have red LEDs.
40 ENTER Turn on teletype sound for scrolling messages only
41 ENTER Turn off teletype sound for scrolling messages only
105 ENTER Clear the entire memory (scrolling messages and custom workouts)
109 ENTER Display summary for partial workouts (Revision 1.2, 1.3, 1.5, 2.1, and 2.2 only)
1010 ENTER Change a workout length
1650 ENTER Program a custom workout
2121 ENTER Turn off the EKG symbol and turns on scrolling message; the display is blank if no scrolling message has been programmed
2123 ENTER Turn off scrolling message and turns on EKG symbol
3121 ENTER Display current odds for jackpot option
4101 ENTER Run a custom workout
7607 ENTER Program a scrolling message
7703 ENTER Display number of hours and floors (Revision 2.1 and 2.2 only)
8089 ENTER Program odds for jackpot option
9750 ENTER Change console to Rev. E (Revision 1.5, 2.1, and 2.2 only)
9751 ENTER Change console to Rev. D (Revision 1.5, 2.1, and 2.2 only)
9760 ENTER Change console to English system (Revision 1.5, 2.1, and 2.2 only)
9761 ENTER Change console to Metric system (Revision 1.5, 2.1, and 2.2 only)
Speed ^, 15, ENTER Display test
Speed ^, 107, ENTER, 1 Alternator Circuit Test #1
Speed ^, 107, ENTER, 2 Alternator Circuit Test #2
Speed ^, 107, ENTER, 3 Keypad test
Speed ^, 107, ENTER, 4 Revision level test
Speed ^, 107, ENTER, 5 Variables test – displays whether the console is time-locked, shows units of measure (English or Metric), and the alternator revision (Revision 1.5 and 2.2 only)



The following console codes are for use with C40 consoles which have blue LCDs.
Level ^, 30, ENTER Change workout time limit between 5 to 99 minutes
Level ^, 31, ENTER Change units (MPH or KMH)
Level ^, 32, ENTER Choose the type of heart rate input and priority (telemetry or contact)
Level ^, 34, ENTER Choose console language
Level ^, 35, ENTER Changes contrast on console
Level ^, 39, ENTER Reset console to factory defaults
Level ^, 40, ENTER Displays machine run time in hours
Level ^, 41, ENTER Displays number of workouts
Level ^, 42, ENTER Displays distance traveled
Level ^, 43, ENTER Displays software revision
Level ^, 44, ENTER Displays machine type
Level ^, 46, ENTER Displays machine run time in hours since last cleared (used for maintenance purposes)
Level ^, 60, ENTER Test display - Screen alternates between all LCD segments turned on and a representative program screen.
Level ^, 61, ENTER Test keyboard - Pressing any key displays that key's name in the display window. Press CLEAR last to exit.
Level ^, 62, ENTER Test serial port
Level ^, 63, ENTER Test alternator - Verifies alternator field routines through the console. Position yourself on the machine and press ^ for "field on". After briefly exercising you should build resistance. Press V for "field off".
Level ^, 66, ENTER Test tach response - Begin exercising on the machine. The console should regulate the alternator resistance based on the tach signal to maintain approx. 2,000 RPMs while you are exercising. If not, there is a possible problem in the AC Tap (TACH) or field circuit – check the alternator, AC Tap (Tach) wire, the field wire, the diode, the terminal posts, and the main cable.
Level ^, 71, ENTER Reset service time
Level ^, 80, ENTER Change machine type
Level ^, 90, ENTER StairMaster Fit Test
Level ^,91, ENTER C.P.A.T. (Fireman) Fit Test
Level ^,92, ENTER F.D.N.Y. (Fireman) Fit Test
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