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Pro-form 595le seems to run loud from when I first had it. Anything I can check out or adjust on it? Sounds like my table saw. Loud Motor?

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  • mike cooney May 22, 2011

    That is great information!
    Many Thanks for the response!



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The motor is getting weak or motor is getting stuck jam.This can cause the noise.Also if the treadmill belt if its getting dried internally then .It will be tough for motor to spin this dried belt and this can also cause noise. Under the treadmill belt in the inner side there a a oily grease substance which keeps the belt fluent And makes it runs smooth/.If that greasy/oily material gets dried up, then this types of problem can occur.So first try lubing the treadmill belt.You can get this material from home depot store.Done use normal oil or other greasy materials.You can use silicon lubricant for treadmill belt lubing.If that is not helping, then yes its motor problem.The motor is getting jammed or its time to replace motor.You can spray wd-40 spray on the motor inside parts and see if that is helping. ------------ For more troubleshooting the belt servicing procedure.Please click the link below:--- ---------- This should help.thanks.Helpmech.

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