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Powerjog J100 stops suddenly

Is this type of treadmill affected by low temperatures, ie being situated in a cold garage in winter? I had to warm it up with a heater before it would show the correct display, and then run. When it did run, it occasionally cut out unexpectedly. It had been kept in a warm room in the house previously, without any problems. Or is this a newly-developed fault?

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