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This page explains how to adjust the tension and alignment of your motor transmission belt if your belt is squeaking, slipping, stuttering or sticking. This ensures that the motor belt does not slip on the belt pulleys to allow the running belt to run smoothly.

What you will need:

  • Philips screwdriver
  • 15 mm spanner or 6mm hex socket

How to adjust the motor belt tension

  1. Turn off the treadmill, remove the safety key and unplug the power cord
  2. Remove the motor cover by unscrewing the 4 retaining screws
  3. Loosen (counter-clockwise) the 4 motor retainer bolts using the 15mm spanner/6mm hex socket
  4. Tighten the tensioning bolt by rotating it one rotationĀ clockwise using a 15mm spanner/6mm hex socket
  5. Re-tighten (clockwise) all the motor retainer bolts
  6. Reattach the motor cover with the 4 retaining screws

How to align the motor belt tension

  1. Turn off the treadmill, remove the safety key and unplug the power cord
  2. Remove the motor cover by unscrewing the 4 retaining screws
  3. Check that the motor belt is in line with the motor pulley and front roller pulley
  4. To assign the belt, manually rotate the motor pulley while pushing the motor belt
    Note: The motor belt will slowly move to the neighbouring pulley groove as you turn the motor pulley
  5. The motor belt should align with the motor and front roller pulley
  6. Check that all the motor belt grooves have engaged with the pulleys
  7. Reattach the motor cover with the 4 retaining screw

Troubleshooting

The motor belts keep slipping
See guide

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