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Bike reving at about 4000 RPM tensioner sounds noisy

Hi i had my tensioner replaced , when i fetch the bike it is quiet . If i do about 1000 km then it sounds like the tensioner is making a noise . What can be the cause an how can i resolve it . The bike is on 56 000KM . i replaced the crank and the bearings etc 15000.00 KM ago .

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