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Treadbelt not alligned

Theres a little gap on the right side of the belt. How do i move the belt a little to the right. I lost my manual. Thank you for your help.

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Hi, Most all treadmills use the same type of belt tracking, which is an allen screw adjustment on the rear tension bar. One on either side. You should have been provided an allen wrench with your treadmill, if not then use one of your own the proper size. Make the adjustment with the unit running at its slowest speed. Clockwise tightens the tension and will draw the belt. Good Luck, this should Fixya!

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