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Machine don't start unless you move the red key around, after it starts and runs for a little while, it shuts off buy it's self

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  • jimtoot77 Feb 03, 2010

    machine don't start unless you move the red key around,will check for any loose wires and see if that works. thanks

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The key switch has a loose connection somewhere. Moving the key around gets it to make the connection but the vibration of the treadmill will eventually loosen the connection again. If it is a new treadmill it is a defect. If you have had it for some time it is just wear and tear.

You best approach is to try to get warranty support or professional service to repair or replace the faulty switch.

If all else fails you can try to open it up and try to fix it but you would need some electrical experience and maybe a multimeter. Whatever you do here make sure that the treadmill is unplugged and has been off for 30-minutes before you do anything.

I wish I could be more help. Good luck!

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