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I think that, when a piece of exercise equipment ceases to work in any particular, just after the equipment was moved, we first of all should check
1. whether it is well and truly put together properly (as far as easily disassembled parts, that might have been moved/removed/changed in position for convenience during moving).
2. whether any wires have come loose or been pulled loose, particularly from the console, but also to and from any motors.
3. make sure that no motion nor position sensors have been knocked out of place. In this case, the incline sensor would be most suspect... but usually a lack of an incline sensor's proper readings does not cause a lack of incline adjusting.
Are any error code(s) showing up on the console, at any time?