Treadmills have specific power requirements that the manufacturer specifies in the owner's manual. Most manufacturers recommend plugging your treadmill into a single-outlet surge suppressor with certain voltage suppressor ratings. Plug the surge suppressor into a grounded outlet on a dedicated, 120-volt circuit. Most treadmills are not compatible with a GFCI outlet. If your treadmill is not properly plugged in, power surges and fluctuations in your house can damage your machine, causing it to not run.
Contact the manufacturer of your treadmill if you cannot find the source of the problem. If your treadmill is still under warranty, the manufacturer may cover the cost to repair your machine, depending on the fine print in your contract. If you attempt to fix the treadmill yourself and it is under warranty, you may void the warranty. In this case, only perform the troubleshooting tips listed in your owner's manual or recommended by your manufacturer. 2b1af7f3a8