First-time treadmill owners often wonder if they should do something to keep the motor in tip-top shape. Here’s what I’ve learned over the years. Here are the things that move the needle on treadmill motor lifespan.
While there isn’t much you can do to a treadmill motor directly to maintain it, there is a lot you can do to keep your treadmill running smoothly and so put less stress on the motor. Less stress on the motor means a longer lifespan.
Let’s get into why you should maintain your treadmill’s motor and what you can do exactly.
Do You Need To Maintain a Treadmill Motor?
Yes, you need to maintain a treadmill to ensure the longevity and optimal performance of your treadmill. The motor is a critical component of the treadmill, and proper maintenance helps prevent wear and tear, overheating, and motor failure.
Here’s why it’s essential to maintain a treadmill motor:
However: There isn’t that much you can do directly to maintain the motor. There is no need to directly lubricate the motor. They’re one piece and if it breaks, it’s often time to replace the whole thing. It’s all about maintaining the rest of the treadmill as good as you can so the motor has an easy life.
Here are some more general tips and basics that will help keep your treadmill in good shape.
How To Take Care Of Your Treadmill’s Motor
Here’s how you can take care of your Treadmill’s motor: