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Tri Flex Deck Spring Bumper Kit Installation Instructions


Following are instructions on installing the tri flex deck spring bumper kit for the Quinton 3.0, Clubtrack, Clubtrack Plus, MedTrack CR60 and MedTrack SR60 treadmills.
  1. Set the treadmill to 5% grade and turn off the circuit breaker. Unplug the treadmill power cord from the outlet.
  2. Remove the front trim cover, hood, and both side rail covers.
  3. Relax the tension on the walking belt by removing the two screws in the rear end caps and the end caps.
  4. Remove the rear roller, then the front roller.
  5. Remove the walk belt and deck.
  6. Remove the compression mounts noting the position of the short and long mounts.
  7. Install the new compression mounts. DO NOT USE LOCTITE. Each side rail should have 5 long and 4 short compression mounts. The two rigid spacers will be installed in the rear holes.
  8. Install the slider bed (deck) and belt. Install the 12 6mm hex head screws using Loctite 242 on the threads. Torque to 30 inch-lbs.
  9. Replace the rollers, end caps, side rail covers, hood and front trim cover. Tension the walk belt and adjust belt tracking.
  10. Verify operation by operating the treadmill with a user at various speeds. Verify there are no unusual noises from the deck area .

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LUBE inmedIATELY the deck belt +rollers bearings too. If the problem persist time to replace the complete deck belt board.
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My belt keep slipping. And I try tighten the ajustment bolts.


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