Question about Horizon AFG 3.0 AT Treadmill
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Loosen rear tension and recent and tighten.
First grab the walking belt on an edge and lift up, It should only lift up 3 inches, this about the right tension
There are two guides underneath near the front make sure the belt is underneath them. (they touch the white side)
If OKay, remove the endcap byu the tension control bolts (two screws underneath) and make sure you have adjustment room (threads showing on bolts toward the rear)
these bolts should look about the same position with respect to the roller.
Run the machine on slow, walk on it and try to stop the walking belt, if it slips - turn both rear bolts 1 turn clockwise.,repeat until it doesn't slip
Get off and run the machine on slow 2mph, turn the bolt on the side the belt wanders to 1/4 turn clockwise. If it goes over fast you may need turn the bolt 1 full turn right away (it shouldn't). If its kinda of stable - speed up machine to 5-6 and repeat.
Note the front of the belt should be centered first, this is preset and usually doesn't need adjustment
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
To find a specific bearing that has gone bad in a treadmill you can use a long handled screwdriver and touch it to a non-moving portion of the rollers and then put your ear up to the handle and the screwdriver will amplify the noise of the part so you can find out which part is making the noise. If it is a bearing, it will be obvious which part is the problem because the grinding noise of the bad bearing with be amplified by the screwdriver.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
1) Tight the deck belt see the diagram 2) Lube the deck belt in according with the instruction manual maintenance. 3) Test the drive belt and replace it 4) Measure the input voltage for the main motor if there are the motor need repair or replace 5) Test the output voltage from the main motor board if there are NOT the board is faulty.
Posted on May 03, 2012
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