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When Iam walking on my treadmill it will change to a very fast speed

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Hi,
check the speed sensor in ur tread mill. may be it has become dirty. clean it and refix it. u can find out the speed sensor near the motor pulley.
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SOURCE: Lowest speed of elite personal trainer tm500 too fast.

It requires a drive belt adjustment. Gain access to the motor and belt (Disconnect from power supply first!) and reajust belt tension.
email me on mickey67@tpg.com.au if you need help. It's not too difficult a job.

Posted on Jul 26, 2010

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