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We have a trainium by dp model 7600 sa

We have a trainium by dp model 7600 sa

The belt is slipping and moving to the right.

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I don't have access to the Trainium 7600 but most treadmills would require a socket or allen wrench to tighten the bolt near your right toe (just before you step forward onto the treadmill. Turn it 1/2 turn then test it. repeat several times until the belt stops moving to the right. If, after any adjustmet, the belt starts moving to the left, turn the right bolt 1/4 turn counter-clockwise and try again.

If your whole mat is loose (any slippage is detected), you can turn the bolt near your left toe AND the right two 1/2 additional turn.

Sorry but you will have to check yourself what type of bolt size you need. Most treadmills ship with an allen wrench or similar adjusting tool for the bolt. They usually get lost before the first adjustment is needed at 1000 or so.

-Mark

Posted on Jun 07, 2011

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