Question about Icon Image 17.5 S Treadmill
Lubrication will not stop the belt from slipping. If you do lubricate it, do not use oil, use whatever is recommended by the manufacturer, probably silicone.
It is likely your belt is stretched to the point that is needs replacement. You can order a new one through Treadmill World
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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