I’m happy to report my treadmill is working again. The treadmill has been an essential tool for my weight loss plan. I’ve been trying to eat right and walk on the treadmill for one hour per day, six days a week.A few weeks ago, while I was working out, a bolt snapped inside the treadmill and the belt stopped moving. I knew what the problem was, but I couldn’t get at the bolt and fix the problem.
After spending $122 on a 5 minute repair call. The treadmill is working again and I’m back in business. I should have just been content that the treadmill is working, but I made the mistake of looking at the itemized bill. It cost $2 for the bolt and $120 for the labor. That translates into $1440 an hour. Not bad for replacing a broken bolt.