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Run the software calibration for troubleshooting. read your instr. manual for entering to the calibration or goes under the hood motor and follow the instruction guide
see the diagram attached. Lube your motor and shaft,etc.

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My treadmill t-30 keeps on posting error 7. I can't find my manual, so what does this mean? Thanks!


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The treadmill does not incline. Motor runs when the button is pushed but no movement.


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