Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Replacing the Walk Belt (Nautilus) whenever the walk belt is still too loose after adjusting the tension or when the belt is worn or frayed

Perform this procedure whenever the walk belt is still too loose after adjusting the tension or when the belt is worn or frayed.

DO NOT CUT THE BELT—DOING SO WILL CAUSE THE REAR ROLLER TO FALL AND SNAP THE ALIGNMENT PINS ON THE END CAP.

1.   Remove the Treadmill Hood
1.1  Turn the treadmill circuit breaker off, and unplug the power.
1.2  Remove the Front Trim, Right Lower Cover, Left Lower Cover, and Top Motor Covers.

2.   Remove the Rollers

2.1  Remove the left and right end caps (see Figure 2.1 and 2.2).




2.2  Carefully slide the roller out from the machine (see Figure 2.3).



2.3  Remove the Kick Plate and four (4) screws (see Figure 2.4).


2.4  Remove the Pivot Bolt on the left and right side of the Upright Weldment (see Figure 2.5).


2.5  Remove the screw from the Front Roller Retaining Bracket on the left and right side, then remove the brackets (see Figure 2.6).


2.6  Remove the Bolt and Tensioner assembly from the frame (see Figure 2.7 and 2.8).



2.7  Slide the Front Roller over to the left, then use the belt to lift and slide out the roller from the
machine (see Figure 2.9).




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