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Treadmill is stuck in down position; fold does not work; tried to re-calibrate as when i do when it is stuck in upright position - does not work. tried plug and un-plug still does not work.

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I read on a tredmill troubleshooting website that if recalibrating and unplugging it doesnt wok it has something wrong electronicaly.

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