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I HAVE A NORDICTRACK C1900 THAT TURNS ON AND HAS BUT THE BELT WILL NOT MOVE/START WHEN IT IS PROGRAMMED

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You may have to call a technician. The motor that drives the belt could be shot. Also, a simple test can be done to see if it is a capacitor: Try making the belt turn by moving your feet and see if the motor "kicks in" and moves the belt by itself. If so, it is the starting capacitor, something to save a repair person some time, but probably will not reduce the cost of the service call...

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SOURCE: walking belt on NordicTrack C1900 is to loose, how

Tighten the rear roller bolts evenly with the unit off. The correct tension is when you firmly lift up on the right and left edges in the middle of the walking belt and get 2-3 inches gap above the walking board. If one side is looser than the other, the walking belt may wander sideways. Turn the rear roller screw on the side that it shifted to in a clockwise manner(1/2 turn at a time). Test on a low speed and adjust as needed. (you may manually recenter the walking belt with your foot if it shifted too far to one side and is rubbing on the plastic edges.) You likely have a worn motor belt that needs changing or even a pulley on the front roller that is slipping and needs replacing. They all cause slippage.

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SOURCE: NordicTrack T5.3 belt stopped working. It's only 1

HI, its seems like the belt on the motor has either slipped off, or you just need to tighten it. best way to find out is to take off the front pannel showing the motor. then stand on the treadmill. start it and you will see the problem.

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SOURCE: How do I remove the walking deck from a NordicTrack C1900 treadmill?

please the next video and use the common sense. God bless you

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