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I have a Horizon HZ Series T51 Treadmill that when turned on only runs in one speed, which is very slow. The incline and speed buttons don't do anything anymore. Suggestions? I thought it might be a factory reset button somewhere, but we took it all apart and can't seem to find anything like that.

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  1. Locate the calibration area on the rear or underside of the console (a hole, near the console's center, that goes through to the electronics board. (This hole should not have a screw in it.)

  2. Insert a pencil (eraser end), into the hole and feel around for the cal button (will click when pressed).

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