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Tread is sliding and rubbing agianst right side of track.

We try to center the tread, but when its on the tread will eventually start to move to the right and you will hear the rubbing of the tread on the plastic.

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Make sure treadmill is running when you adjust belt. The treadmill belt tracks as the belt goes around. I usually put machine on 2-2.5 if belt is not rubbing instantly. If belt is already against plastic, turn adj. counterclockwise on the opposite side about one full turn. You can usually move belt with your foot to see if it aligns any with turning on the treadmill. Once belt is not rubbing, turn treadmill on and continue alighing the belt.

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