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Here is a list of a few things that may cause squealing or squeaking in your treadmill.
-Tension pin on drive motor belt
-Worn drive motor belt

Possible solutions are Applying lubricant to the pin and or inspecting and replacing your belt if necessary.

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Usually when a treadmill begins to make a squeaking sound it means that the belt needs to be lubricated. Try Treadmill Belt Lubricant available at Canadian Tire for $10.99 and is good for Reebok treadmills.

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