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Treadmill got wet and blew

Stood outside in garden was wet by sprinkler and blew while in motion

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Dry it - thoroughly! - a week in the warm! - replace fuse and try - watch out for shocks! - Wear gloves / use a stick
MOST LIKELY - the control board is terminal toast

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