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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To adjust the belt: Less Belt Tension: turn both adjustment bolts on back of treadmill in a counter-clockwise direction. More Belt Tension: Turn both adjustment bolts equally in a clockwise direction. Center Adjustment (moves belt center to the left): Turn left-side adjustment bolt counter-clockwise. Center Adjustment (moves belt center to the right): Turn the left-side adjustment bolt clockwise.
An over tightened walking belt can raise the amp draw of your treadmill, contribute to seam separation on the walking belt, or both, so do not over tighten the walking belt.
You should be able to lift the belt in the center on the side by approximately 2” to 3”, if you cannot lift it by 2” to 3”, the belt is too tight.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
SOURCE: i PROPPED UP MY PRO
There is a knob about halfway down or up, depending on how you are looking at it. You need to lift up or push up a little bit to take the weight off the locking pin, as soon as the weight is of it should pull out about 1/2 of and inch. Be careful ALL the weight of the walk deck is now in your hands. Be prepared to lower it, and use your second hand immediatly anfter you pull the locking pin out. After the walk platform starts to come down, let go of the locking pin, it has a spring to pull it back, but the pin only fits in ONE hole in the prop rod, so it wont grab on the way down. Some treadmills have a dampening shock to allow the lowering of the walk deck slowly, and some do not. So again BE CAREFULL, this could hurt you if it falls on you.
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Posted on Nov 10, 2010
SOURCE: I have thr Pro-Form Crosswalk
The belt slip if its over tight or over loose.------ This belt are fitted by bolts.------Locate the rear roller bolts, located in the rear of the treadmill frame to each side of the treadbelt. The hex wrench that came with your treadmill should fit these bolts.Tighten each bolt by a quarter turn. Tighten the bolts evenly; tightening one more than the other may cause the belt to slip to one side.--------Run the treadmill and check the belt for slippage. If the slippage was fairly subtle, you may need to walk, jog or run on the treadmill to see if the belt tracks properly; it should provide a smooth, steady running surface with no slipping or hesitating when you step. Check the belt tension after each adjustment, because over-tightening the treadmill belt can damage the belt or roller bearings.Tighten both bolts another quarter turn, if necessary, then run the treadmill again to check for slippage.----------
Also other thing which makes the belt run is motor.If motor is not spinning the belt then you will notice that " slows down" problem.------- Remove the cover, you will see the motor and an adjusting pivot bracket. Loosen the nut/screw on this bracket, use a HD screwdriver or pry bar and move to take the slack out of the belt. The resistance/tension in belt should be 3/4"-1" ---------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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