Question about Sport & Outdoor - Others
Posted by Anonymous on
If it's blowing the circuit, the most probable cause is a worn belt. Too much friction is building up between the belt and the deck, causing an overload from the control board to motor. The top surface of the belt probably looks great, but if you feel underneath the belt toward the center, if it feels like rubber then the belt needs to be replaced. The sides of the belt on the underside (where you really don't walk at all, will pretty much have a cloth-rough surface to it. That's how it should be in the center as well.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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