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Bowflex TC 1000 treadclimber causing power surges that freeze the cable and internet and change the time on 1 alarm clock for 1-2 minutes every time I turn it on. What's causing this?

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You are not on a dedicated circuit the amp draw must be significant thus pulling down the voltage causing your grief. Find a and outlet that is not on the same circuit your electronic units maybe in another part of the house. Or put in a new circuit if you have a vacant in the breaker box, but that need a qualified electricians to do the job$$$$$

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