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Hi @sandramkb,
What is the make and model number of the treadmill?
It may be that the power supply for the treadmill is protected by a surge suppressor (aka MOV or [link|https://www.shutterstock.com/search/varistor|varister]) and also a fuse mounted on the power board or control board of the treadmill. So hopefully that is all that has been damaged by the application of a higher mains input supply voltage.
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Open up the treadmill and trace where the power cord connects to on a board. It may go through an on/off switch first before connecting to a board.
Post some close up images of the board, especially if there is any apparent component damage or even if not. Others may spot something that you don't.
-If there is a board with a damaged varister on it, have a sniff as they can give off a strong odour when blown. Also try to check for any value markings or other information on it so as to make it easier getting the correct value replacement. Do not touch it with your fingers because sometimes the markings just rub off when touched
+If there is a board with a damaged varister on it, have a sniff as they can give off a strong odour when blown. Also try to check for any value markings or other information on it so as to make it easier getting the correct value replacement. Do not touch it with your fingers because sometimes the markings get blurred or just rub off when touched
Here's how to add images on Ifixit. [guide|21499]

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @sandramkb,
What is the make and model number of the treadmill?
It may be that the power supply for the treadmill is protected by a surge suppressor (aka MOV or [link|https://www.shutterstock.com/search/varistor|varister]) and also a fuse mounted on the power board or control board of the treadmill. So hopefully that is all that has been damaged by the application of a higher mains input supply voltage.
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Open up the treadmill and trace where the power cord connects to on a board. It may go through an on/off switch first before connecting to a board.
Post some close up images of the board, especially if there is any apparent component damage or even if not. Others may spot something that you don't.
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+If there is a board with a damaged varister on it, have a sniff as they can give off a strong odour when blown. Also try to check for any value markings or other information on it so as to make it easier getting the correct value replacement. Do not touch it with your fingers because sometimes the markings just rub off when touched
Here's how to add images on Ifixit. [guide|21499]

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @sandramkb,
What is the make and model number of the treadmill?
-It may be that the power supply for the treadmill is protected by a surge suppressor (aka MOV or [https://www.shutterstock.com/search/varistor|varister]) and also a fuse mounted on the power board or control board of the treadmill. So hopefully that is all that has been damaged by the application of a higher mains input supply voltage.
+It may be that the power supply for the treadmill is protected by a surge suppressor (aka MOV or [link|https://www.shutterstock.com/search/varistor|varister]) and also a fuse mounted on the power board or control board of the treadmill. So hopefully that is all that has been damaged by the application of a higher mains input supply voltage.
Open up the treadmill and trace where the power cord connects to on a board. It may go through an on/off switch first before connecting to a board.
-Post some close up images of the board, especially if there is any apparent component damage or even not. Others may spot something that you don't.
+Post some close up images of the board, especially if there is any apparent component damage or even if not. Others may spot something that you don't.
-Here's how to add images on ifixit. [guide|21499]
+Here's how to add images on Ifixit. [guide|21499]

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

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Hi @sandramkb,

What is the make and model number of the treadmill?

It may be that the power supply for the treadmill is protected by a surge suppressor (aka MOV or [https://www.shutterstock.com/search/varistor|varister]) and also a fuse mounted on the power board or control board of the treadmill. So hopefully that is all that has been damaged by the application of a higher mains input supply voltage.

Open up the treadmill and trace where the power cord connects to on a board. It may go through an on/off switch first before connecting to  a board.

Post some close up images of the board, especially if there is any apparent component damage or even not. Others may spot something that you don't.

Here's how to add images on ifixit. [guide|21499]

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