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I need the allen wrench to tighten my c1800 treadmill belt


Normally the number 6 mms .
However you must see your owner manual.
If you do not have it.
download for free from: www.fitness.manualsonline.com

God bless you

Jan 04, 2013 | Nordic Track C1800 Treadmill

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I have a HealthRider S300i treadmill, but unfortunately, I don't have the included allen wrench. So far I've been unable to figure out what size allen wrench I need. Any idea?


you can try to rent a set at AutoZone. when you return it they will give your money back. try standard and metric. depending on manufacturer of treadmill.

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How to align new belt, the belt works to one side when it is turned on


Hi Michelle,
Typically, you'll need a 3/16" allen wrench or a similar size allen wrench, you may have been provided one with your machine.
1. unfold your unit (as applicable)
2. at the end that you just laid down, there's typically two allen screws, one on each side of the belt
3. Turn your treadmill on, 3 rpm or so.
4. Adjust the allen screws and watch the belt track one way or the other.
for instance, if you tighten the right side screw (turning it CW) this will pull the roller closer to you, tighting the belt on the right, this should make the belt move to the left - since it is NOT as tight.
5. adjust the left side the same way if you want the belt to go right
6. if you need to tighten the belt, alternate both screws CW until the belt is tight.
7. conversely, turn the screws CCW if you need to loosen the belt.

Added note: be sure to use some belt lubricant as directed by your user's manual, to prolong your treadmills life. Belts run about $100 and most people will throw their treadmill out, before spending that kind of cash on it. so,..it's worth the $10 to buy the lubricant!

Enjoy! and I hope you stick with it!

Bry

Jan 26, 2010 | Exercise & Fitness

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Looking for instructions to remove belt from J8 pro-form treadmil


I have a proform j8li treadmill. What size allen wrench to I need to adjust the belts?
Danielg@jcnj.org
Thanks

May 03, 2009 | Exercise & Fitness

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My treadmill allignment is off i tried using the instructions to fix it but no luck


The belt must be running while you adjust the alignment. At the very back of the treadmill. [Not the control end] You will see a hole on both the left and the right and left (some don't have the left hole, mine does). If you have the allen wrench that came with the machine insert it in the right side hole (when facing the machine at the back looking at the hole. If you don't have the allen wrech you will need to buy a set and determine the right size to adjust. What you are going to do is adjust the angle of the back roller. If the belt is too close to the right side, your going to want to tighten (turn clockwise) the allen wrench. If the belt is too close to the left loosen (turn counter clockwise). Make sure you run the machine while making the adjustments and go in small increments. Good Luck!

Apr 25, 2009 | Evolve Exercise & Fitness

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Belt slips when using treadmill


Hi, I don't know which particular model treadmill you have but most all treadmills use the same type of belt tension and tracking, which is an allen screw adjustment on the rear tension bar. One on either side. Treadmills normally come with an allen wrench, and could be attached on the treadmill somewhere, if not then use one of your own the proper size. Make the adjustment with the unit running at its slowest speed. Clockwise tightens the tension and will draw the belt. Good Luck, this should Fixya!

Mar 18, 2009 | Cadence Exercise & Fitness

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How do you adjust the belt for a Weslo Cadence 815 treadmill?


Hi, I don't have a manual on your particular treadmill but most all treadmills use the same type of belt tension and tracking, which is an allen screw adjustment on the rear tension bar. One on either side. You should have been provided an allen wrench with your treadmill, if not then use one of your own the proper size. Make the adjustment with the unit running at its slowest speed. Clockwise tightens the tension and will draw the belt. Good Luck, this should Fixya!

Mar 14, 2009 | Cadence Weslo 825 Treadmill Walking Belt

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Treadbelt not alligned


Hi, Most all treadmills use the same type of belt tracking, which is an allen screw adjustment on the rear tension bar. One on either side. You should have been provided an allen wrench with your treadmill, if not then use one of your own the proper size. Make the adjustment with the unit running at its slowest speed. Clockwise tightens the tension and will draw the belt. Good Luck, this should Fixya!

Mar 04, 2009 | RTO Bodyguard T200 Treadmill

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Treadmill adjustment general lines?


"The best treadmills are those that provide you easy access to belt tracking. But, even the best treadmills with the most easily accessible belt tracking are also susceptible to stretch slightly under initial use. That is why it is important that you adjust the tread belt every so often to keep it away from stretching. Most manufacturers include the Allen wrench (a tool consisting of a hexagonal head and an L-shaped bar) in the package when you buy a treadmill from them. Use it to tighten both the belt adjustment screws clockwise. If your manufacturer did not supply you with an Allen wrench, use another of the right size. A ¼ turn, clockwise should tighten treadbelt if it has loosened. The screws for belt adjustment are usually located at the rear end of the treadmill. Some belts do require looser running than others so don’t be surprised if your treadbelt is a little loose even when you haven’t actually used it. Check the user’s guide before making adjustments just to make sure that whatever you are doing is correct. Moreover, be sure to keep the belt running at a low speed of around 3 mph when adjusting the belt tracking. This is the ideal speed when making any adjustments with the screws. Maintaining your treadmill is necessary to upkeep it's performance and looks. A little bit of adjustment here and there can make your treadmill a life long companion. "

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