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It can be a couple of things 1) the stair arm wheel has bad bearings. You can switch the right and left wheels to see if the problem follows the wheels. 2) make sure the ramp the wheels ride on is clean and it helps to use a clear silicone gel applied lightly on the ramps. 3) if the noise is from inside the front it is likely bearing related but can also be a belt with wear. What type of nose? Is it cyclic? Does speed and resistance change the sound? Does it get louder of quieter as the workout progresses?
Weight can be lost via nice healthy breakfast. For breakfast, try a broccoli and feta omelet with toast. The protein from the eggs will act as an appetite suppressant, and the broccoli will provide fiber. It only takes a total of 15 minutes and has 390 calories. http://fitnesshealthspot.com/best-exercises-for-weight-loss-2/
On these units trace the wire going to the frame there is a sensor and on the movable frame their should be a magnet check the proximity of the sensor to the magnet ( should be about 1/8" clearance ).
Now if you have the same problem, then you can test this sensor by using a multi meter on continuity setting follow the black connector to the upper board disconnect it and place leads on to connector MAKE SURE you have a good connection when testing. Have someone get on the unit and start using it, the back and forth action should open and close sensor circuit if not replace sensor if operating the the upper console is defective and that needs replacing . Call them @ 800-780-6744 they should be able to help with parts and a manual. h
Unplug the solenoid valve from the bottom of the power supply and plug it directly into a wall outlet. That should actuate the valve to release the air. If that doesn't work you will need to replace the valve. Good luck.
Since there are many different types of Biofeedback techniques, there a variety of Biofeedback machines available to purchase. The theory behind Biofeedback is that we can train our body's involuntary muscles to react to certain conditions. The Biofeedback machines available to purchase for home use work the same way the practitioners' do. The machines relay information in real time about your body temperature, your brainwave patterns, your muscle tension or heart/respiration rates. Biofeedback techniques have been developed to treat conditions ranging from attention disorders to incontinence. You can purchase Biofeedback machines for use at home; but the high costs can be prohibitive. Many therapists suggest getting a simple machine that only measures one system, like your heart rate or temperature, to minimize costs of continuing your therapy at home. Follow these steps to purchase a machine you can afford comfortably.
Get a diagnosis of your condition. Ask your health care practitioner about the feasibility of biofeedback therapy for that condition.
Find out before you start your therapy what projection your therapist has for your course of treatment. Knowing the time frame necessary for your biofeedback to have impact on your condition will help determine the need to purchase biofeedback machines. The longer the course of treatment, the more you should invest in renting or purchasing biofeedback machines.
Ask your therapist for a recommendation on what machines to lease or purchase to continue your treatments at home, if necessary.
Find out whether buying these machines is covered by your insurance. If not, ask about the possibility of renting from a medical supply company. Try having your medical doctor write a letter stating medical necessity for the device and outlining the possible adverse outcomes for your condition if you don't get it. Insurance companies play the odds. If they think you'll cost them less by providing the equipment than by not providing, they may waive their policy and cover the machine.