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Weslo treadmill parts

Following are some points relating to Weslo Cadence treadmill parts and maintenance.
Non-warranty replacement parts can be ordered online. Only order parts online if you are out of your manufacturer or extended warranty period. If your equipment is still under warranty, please contact Weslo by phone to order replacement parts.

Owner's manuals may be purchased online, or can be downloaded in PDF format. Please note that manuals for most models manufactured prior to 1998 are not available in electronic format. Contact Weslo by phone to obtain hardcopies of older manuals.

Some other problems that may occur with your treadmill can include the following;
The power may not turn on. Motors can overload and burn up because they are either full of dust and dirt, or the deck and belt are worn so much that they cause excessive current draw on the motor. Some times the display of the console may not function properly. Be sure to check the plugs. Check that the gap between the magnet and the reed switch is about 1/8".Sometimes the walking belt shifts slowly from its original place. Many belts have to be replaced because they have been out of alignment for so long, that they have split, or the edges have curled and are rubbing on the covers. Before replacing the walking belt, the machine should be completely shut off and should be unplugged from the power cord. Sometimes the belt may stop automatically, while the user is running on the treadmill. Check the tension between the walking belt and board. The belt should lift 3-4". If the tension is fine, let the machine run by itself for a few minutes longer than your last workout, or the last time the belt stopped. If the belt maintains its speed, the walking belt may be worn or lacking lubrication. People can be injured when their treadmill suddenly jumps from 2 or 3 mph, or just stops. This happens because of dirty speed sensors. Users must keep their machines clean and thereby safe and accurate.

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