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I am getting a noise that increases with speed. I replaced the front roller so it should not be bearings. It is a growling noise could the motor be the problem? I have a Vision T9500 Ortho and I use wax to lubricate the belt. It has about 150 hours and 650 miles of use on it. It is about 4 years old.

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Have you removed and cleaned the wax buildup off the rear roller? typically with the wax lubricant it will cause chunks to get caught in the rear roller and the grumbling sound is normally the irregular belt position as the wax buildup lifts and stretches the belt in places that it shouldnt.

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