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Treadmill Troubleshooting How come my treadmill belt is acting like it is sluggish. It is about 1 year old. It will go full speed but everytime it is about back through it slugs behind

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  • mala08 Apr 13, 2008

    I believe you probably would have to lose the weight. I don't see how weighing 103 pounds would cause my treadmill to break and oh ya I had no idea that this was even about windows xp they sucked at advertising what their website is used for. I guess you don't have anything better to do than just sit around and answer lame questions and comments to everyone do you?

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Whats this got to do with windows XP?
why dont you loose more wheight before you get back on it, you may be creating tension way beyond its maximum manufacture capacity.

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