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Circuit pops after 10 minutes.

I have the exact same problem --after about 10 minutes, every day, the circuit breaker pops and it takes about an equal amount of time before it can be reset. The weather is nice, so I just hit the trail, but when the cold, nasty weather approaches, I'm gonna need the treadmill. What is the deal?

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The walk belt may be worn or it may just need to be lubricated.Feel the underside of the belt,if it feels fuzzy it is worn,if it seems ok you can purchase treadmill belt wax at stores that sell treadmills or do an on line search for it there are many websites who sell it.

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