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The proper grounding is where the electrical cord enters the treadmill a green ground wire should be attached to the metal frame. Any short in the machine should be safely carried away from the equipment by proper grounding. If the treadmill has been properly grounded, then the problem is in the wall outlet. Your local Hardware store sells an inexpensive small device (approx. 1" x 3") with rows of small yellow, red, and green LEDs. It has 3 prongs on one end to plug into a wall outlet to check for proper grounding. On the unit there is a guide to tell you which lights should be lit. Use this device to check all of your outlets in your home for safety.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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