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Is your Peloton treadmill getting recalled?

If you’re an owner of the Tread+ or the Tread, Peloton would like to talk to you about maybe giving you a refund.
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If you’re the proud (or not-so-proud) owner of a Peloton Tread+ or Tread, the company behind the connected treadmills would like a word with you. It’s about refunds. After an initial scuffle with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Peloton is now going along with a recall, according to TechCrunch.

The Tread+ in particular has been the subject of quite a bit of scrutiny recently with regard to its safety. A CPSC report linked the treadmill to “70 incidents in total,” TechCrunch reported, including one death. The recall for the Tread+ warns that “Adult users, children, pets and objects can be pulled underneath the rear of the treadmill, posing a risk of injury or death.” The Tread, meanwhile, is a risk because “The touchscreen on the treadmill can detach and fall.”

If you're an owner of the Tread+ or the Tread, Peloton would like to talk to you about maybe giving you a refund.

The Peloton recall impacts about 126,050 of the products sold in the U.S. and “an additional 5,400 in Canada.” If you have either the Tread+ or the Tread in your home, you can reach out to Peloton about a potential refund via this page on the company’s website. Both a phone number and a live chat button can be found at the bottom.