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Treadmill belt stopped

I recently moved my treadmill upstairs and had to take it apart. since re-connecting and reasembly the belt has stopped working. i switch it on and display is fine everything works even incline but the belt dont. it displays for 16 seconds as if it is running and then stops. cant hear any unusual noises and no funny smells ect. i'm sure i've put it back together properly??

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Just walking belt stop not the display

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Was running on it and it just stopped the display board is coming on but no movement on the belt

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As soon as i press the speed button on my weslo m5 the belt seems to jolt forward then stops and everything goes off can anybody help on wot this problem could be

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Double check all your connection. Check to see if you may have pinched any wires. Also check to see if you have accidently unplugged or pulled a wire loose. If that's not the case it sounds like a lower board issue.

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