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Weight limit not exceeding 136

I followed the manual and the weight setting won't go higher than 136. I would like to use this feature to acurately keep track of calories and such.

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It sounds like it is set to read kilograms instead of pounds,check your manual to set the treadmill to english instead of metric

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