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Just had mine delivered on February 11th. Ran on it once and the screen went to complete contrast darkness. You could still see the display but you could see it better at an angle than you could looking right at it.
Got on it today and the screen was completely blank just like you (after 6 uses). Sears came and the guy said the screens on these treadmills were junk.
Apparently Sears will be replacing our treadmill at some point!
it comes from sears , this brand is built in jonesboro ,and is not a top of the line brand but does what most other treadmills do , you can probably go to sears and see if they have a treadmill like your in the showroom and then ask a salesman if the sears service center carries theese manuals or maybe he can tell you where to get one , their is no volume control on theese machines for the beep , but if you locate the sound holes which are most likely on the bottom of the display board you can use a piece of ductape and cover this speaker to make it less noisy ,Hope this has helped ,Sincerely glenn