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Dear Sir:
If i can understand the cylinder does not Move, you mean the rollers.
You must run the calibration software coming with the equipment, see the instruction under the Hood motor and follow the steps or user manual.

This software is for diagnose and troubleshooting your treadmill.

sincerely. God bless you.
ernesto cuadra
managua, nicaragua. c.a

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