How do you stop a treadmill belt from slipping?

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To stop a treadmill belt from slipping begin by unplugging and removing motor cover. The motor drive belt can be tightened using a screwdriver. The screws and bolts can be replaced and the treadmill plugged back in once the belt is tightened.
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How to Stop a Treadmill Belt From Slipping
The belt of your treadmill is the part that rotates around its base while you run on it. Its movement is supposed to be dictated by the speed settings you input, but occasionally a treadmill belt slips when you run on it, which can be dangerous. It is... More »
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