Adjusting a WalkingPad Treadmill


A WalkingPad treadmill is a great way to work out in the comfort of your own home. It’s also a great way to make sure you’re getting a good workout every time you use it.

Adjusting the walking pad is one of the best ways to make sure you get the most out of your treadmill. It allows you to change the incline and speed so that you can make your workout more challenging.

The walking foldable treadmill is adjustable to suit the height of the user by raising or lowering the frame. If you want to adjust your WalkingPad treadmill, here’s how:

Height Adjustment

Adjusting the height of your treadmill is a simple process that will allow you to fit comfortably in the machine. The height can be adjusted using the knob located on the side of your WalkingPad treadmill.

To adjust the height, follow these steps:

1.Start by making sure your treadmill is unplugged and that the power cord is disconnected from the outlet.

2.The next step is to loosen the screws on both sides of the frame and remove them completely.

3.Adjust the height so that it fits your body type and then tighten all four screws back in place. You may need someone else to help hold up the machine while you make this adjustment; so keep this in mind when making any changes!

Belt Adjustment

Adjusting the treadmill belt is a simple task that can be done in just a few minutes. It’s important to make sure that the belt is properly aligned with the walking surface, so that it doesn’t rub against the sides of the treadmill.

First, move all of the other settings back to zero and make sure that all of them are turned off. Then, raise up one side of the belt to expose the pulley system on either side of it. You should see a small metal piece called a roller. This is what helps move your feet along with each step.

Next, grab a screwdriver and remove one screw from each side of your treadmill’s frame piece. You’ll need to remove both screws on each side, but only one will be visible from above. Once you’ve done this, use your screwdriver to gently push down on the roller until it clears its slot in the frame piece and slides into place over its support bracket on either side. Make sure that both rollers are aligned with their respective slots before continuing onward with any further adjustments if necessary.

Once you’ve confirmed that both rollers are correctly aligned against their respective brackets, re-insert both screws by hand until they’re snugly seated within their holes again.


Making any adjustments on a WalkingPad treadmill is a simple and non-time-consuming task. You may however, need to know these adjustments may vary from one WalkingPad type to another. So, in case any of the above methods didn’t work to your expectations, check the device’s manual for a specified guide. If you cannot find this information in your owner’s manual, call customer service or visit their website at WalkingPad for help.


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