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When walking near the front of the treadmill I hear thumping near the back of the treadmill. When I step further back, the noise goes away.

Is this something We can fix on our own?

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Your rubber bushings under the board can be warn but first check the bolts near the back of the board that mount to swivel brackets they have a tendancy to loosen

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