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Moved treadmill to new room and when reassembling the incline level automatically went up to top level. Treadmill is stuck on top incline level and keep getting elevation error message. Have tried recalibrating but no luck.

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Hi, check incline sensor wire may be discount

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Wtf, no solutions to this???

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