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The plastic shield on the front of the treadmill holding the tread in place broke in a move. It's screwed in on both sides by a couple of screws.What part would this be and is it available to buy and fix myself?

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Contact manufacturer for parts.
Try google "manufacturername".com or consult your manual for contact info.

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determine which side is off centered

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