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Drifting belt. Belt keeps drifting to the right, and is now getting shredded.

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Under the treadmill there are rollers at both ends. one of them is adjustable. If it rolls left and the adjustment is on the left side, tighten it. If adjust ment is on right loosen it. Do the opposite if it goes to the right.

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