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Proform 785SS was in flooded basement.

It has dried out but start off aat super high speed. When I adjust to a lower speed it surges and then goes slow and eventually stops. Can it be repaired?

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Controller faulty...replace controller....you can get used parts at www.usedtreadmillrepairparts.com

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SOURCE: speed will not adjust. will only run at high

if the board got wet most likely its shot its like dropping your cell phone in water it is not going to work rite or not at all

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