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Incline is at bottom and will not move -- i need info to troubleshoot

I also need to adjust the belt which is shifted right and cannot find the hexkey and the manual does not list a size so i'll need to buy one but again, i need to know size.

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See the video and proceed according.


go and download the manual www.fitness.manualsonline.com

see the number the hexkey is 6 mms.
God bless you

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