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I have a proform XP Weight Loss 620. The drive belt slips every time a hard step is taken on the treadmill. The belt appears to be in good shape. What else could be causing the belt to slip?

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There si an adjust ment on the belt if you have a manual it would tell you where the adjustment is

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You can usually find the screws to tighten the belt at the back of the machine - but be careful not to tighten too much. A quarter turn may be all that is needed. A gentle tug will get the belt back into alignment if it is askew. Remember that if you have trouble tightening or realigning the belt, you should seek advice from the manufacturer or the fitness store where you bought your treadmill exercise equipment.

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Manual


Proform's website has owners manuls:

http://www.iconservice.com/proform/manuals.html

The list of available ones for your model are at:

http://www.iconservice.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/ExecMacro/proform/manuals.d2w/report?man=PROFORM&name=50071&lan=&x=0&y=0


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