Make Your Treadmill Last Longer

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Each year a number of people in United States buy a treadmill and then telephone the maker because their treadmills do not perform according to the way described by the company. Talk to anyone working for the customer support of a treadmill company and you may come to understand that in most situations, the callers have very simplistic of the issues which wouldn’t have arisen had they used some common-sense while using their treadmill. These are some tips that will help you keep your treadmill running for as long as possible so that you can run for as possible.

First off, you should generally use your treadmill on a levelled surface. A very common problem that people face is that either their treadmill shakes a lot or it makes strange noises like something is being banged on the floor. This is most usually as the treadmill is placed on an uneven surface. As a consequence, the machine shakes and makes noise. Try moving your treadmill to a level surface and you’ll see better results.

Keep your treadmill on a steady and smooth surface and you are certain to see the difference. Keeping the treadmill clean is another thing that you should do if you would like it to last longer. You have to clean your treadmill once or more in every month. And if that’s not possible make it a point to clean it at least once in two months. Turn off the treadmill and ensure that you take out the plug too before you start with the cleaning process. Uncover the motor after you have unplugged the treadmill. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the motor in the best possible manner. For the belt, a long piece of cloth would work best. You should not use a wet cloth to clean your treadmill in any case. Even the slightest exposure to moisture can cause rusting. Also, lubricate various parts of the treadmill as specified in the instructions. Ensure that you are em-ploying a top quality lubricator.

The belt of treadmill must be in proper alignment for it to have a good shelf life. You can check for your belt’s alignment using the in built belt tracking system. You’ll also find an Allen Wrench in the tread-mill that will help with the alignment of the belt. If you don’t use your treadmill quite frequently, then there are more possibilities of the belt being misaligned. Thus, it becomes obligatory that you check the alignment of the belt after every few months. Also check the belt alignment before using it.

If you would like your treadmill to be in a perfect smooth running condition, make sure it has minimum possible friction levels. The friction level in a treadmill customarily exists between the deck of the treadmill and its belt. Increased level of friction between these parts also creates strain on other bits of the treadmill. if friction between them is less it’ll help the treadmill to function optimally. Additionally it might also add on to the life of the motor. To handle the issue of friction, ensure that these parts remain lubricated. This would in turn make a contribution to the longetivity of treadmill life.

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