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Treadmill Repair Service – Extend the Life of Your Machine

Jul 02, 2020

Treadmill repair service is one of those necessary evils you hope you won’t have to use, but will eventually have to turn to if you keep a good treadmill for any length of time. Getting reliable treadmill repairs can be tricky. Some may only work with a few brands that they are familiar with, and won’t have a feel for your machine if it isn’t one of the brands they regularly ...

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Treadmill Mats

Jun 30, 2020

Treadmill mats range from $39 to $90. This is not just an additional item to protect your rug or wood floor; a mat will reduce noise and keep dust from being sucked up into your expensive machine's motor and rollers and shortening the life of these vital treadmill parts...

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Fitness Equipment Warranty Discussion

Jun 29, 2020

Don't Void the Warranty Keep in mind that tinkering under the hood unnecessarily and replacing some worn or defective part could void your treadmill warranty. Read the paperwork first before you get started with repairs. Treadmills are heavy and expensive to haul to a shop, and it can be costly to have a technician come to your house if the warranty is expired, but if you can handle certain ...

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Benefits of Buying and Fixing Used Exercise Equipment

Jun 24, 2020

One question we would get in the field before fixing fitness equipment is, should I buy a new or used one? Or, in the case where someone already has a treadmill, bike, or elliptical - should I fix my existing unit? I worked with a number of retailers and their goal is to upsell upsell upsell on product, then get you into a 3 or 5 year extended warranty where they make 50 point margins...

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Treadmill Maintenance Preventing Foreign Object Damage

Jun 22, 2020

FOD is any object(s) that does not belong on piece of electronic hardware, drive motor, or elevation motor. If dust, dirt, or water make it on to an electronic's board surface short circuiting, speed sensor contamination, and excessive mechanical wear and tear is the result. Take a look at the photo for example, and look closely at the amount of dirt on the surface of the ...

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Treadbelt Measuring and Replacement Advice

Jun 21, 2020

  This simple video will show you how to get the measurements of the belt while it is still on the machine. Width and Length of the belt is measured for replacement parts.  Just like brakes and rotors on a car wear out over time, so do treadmill belts and decks, especially when amp draw reaches a certain point. In many cases they both need to be replaced at the same time, ...

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Real Talk: Definitions Remanufactured Vs Refurbished Fitness Vs. Equipment and Parts

Jun 16, 2020

Background We've been wanting to write this one for a long time because there's alot of merit misconceptions behind terms like "Remanufactured", "Refurbished", and "Used".  Our goal is to provide you a renewed perspective when considering these condition states, in a concinse manner. Remanufactured The Meriam Webster Dictionary definition for this term is "to make new again".  ...

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How To Fix A Treadmill Belt

Jun 13, 2020

Most Treadmill problems occur in the belt area because this is where most of the wear and tear happens. BELT TOO LOOSE OR TOO TIGHT The rear roller may need adjustment. Use a large Allen wrench and tighten the rear tension bolts about one-quarter turn. If the belt is too light, loosen about one-quarter turn. BELT UNCENTERS ITSELF The rear rollers are probably not aligned. To fix, turn ...

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Tips for Replacing The Eddy Current Brake Mechanism and Drive Belt

Jun 12, 2020

WARNING: Unplug the power cord before beginning. Electric shock and injury may occur if the power cord is connected to an electrical outlet. Read these instructions completely before beginning. To replace the eddy mechanism or the drive belt, first disconnect the resistance cable. Then, loosen the idler enough to loosen the drive belt. If you are replacing the eddy mechanism, skip to ...

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