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Squeaking when on an incline

I have a new treadmill and it is squeaking when moving on a incline?

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SOURCE: Treadmill squeaks

There's a special silicone-based treadmill lubricant that you put between the belt and rollers See this treadmill accessory kit

Posted on Jun 25, 2010

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SOURCE: My treadmill won't start. It sounds like it is inclining when I insert the key but nothing lights and it is not moving.

Dear Sir:

Inside test the fuse and replace use DVOM, or reset the c.breaker

2) Adjust the reed switch see the diagram attached, clean,and tight the connector very well. Tigh the ribbon cable from keypad + connector from display board vs lower board

3) Lube the deck vs deck belt, this produce enough friction.

4) test the input motor voltage,if there are the motor need repair or replace

5) Test the output voltage from the m.motor board for the input motor voltage, if there are NOT the board is faulty.

6) Try after your fix, the software calibration for diagnose, and troubleshooting.

sincerely. God bless you
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Posted on May 02, 2012

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SOURCE: Proform crosswalk 397 will not incline

lube the elevation motor see the diagram attached:
RUN the software calibration for diagnose, and troubleshooting.
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Posted on Jun 30, 2012

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