Cybex International, Inc. and the CPSC are recalling approximately 4.700 Cybex or Trotter Treadmills that had been previously recalled on October 8, 2003. During repairs associated with the October 8, 2003 recall, wire nuts were installed improperly, causing the treadmills to overheat and posing a fire hazard to consumers.

Cybex International has received five reports of treadmills overheating or catching fire resulting in damage to the treadmill. No injuries have been reported.

This recall involves the treadmills “Cybex 400T,” “Cybex 410T,” “Trotter 510,” “Trotter 525”, “Trotter 535”, and “CXT+” that were recalled (link) on October 8, 2003 and later repaired. The treadmills are black with gray coloring, have rectangular uprights, and measure 69 inches long and 30 inches wide. The brands and models are written on the display panel. The “CXT+” model does not bear the brand Cybex or Trotter.

The treadmills were sold at Cybex International and Cybex dealers nationwide from September 1993 through October 2001 for between $3,300 and $4,000. They were manufactured in the U.S.