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Why when runing is it so loud, sounds like the fan or somekind of belt is lacking berrings lubricant or silicon grease? Its makeing me rethink RCA products.

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No matter how good of a system you have, None of them will handle haveing the vollume crank right up, Any decent Amp, Reciever or Preamp is putting out it,s full watts at less then 3/4 vollume, You aqre just asking to fry your system turning it up any higher then that,

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Why does my Nordictrac c2300 start and stop?

It could be because it is overheating due to the fact that the floor belt is too dry and the motor is labouring hard to spin the floor belt. When was the last time you lubricated the base of the floor belt (the flat base where the floor belt slides on)? A couple of little sprays of Silicone Lubricant should ease the motor workload as the floor belt rolls on. If you're a big person, the excess weight also tempts to dry the floor belt quicker and if you're running on it while the home is being heated in winter of during warm summer days, or you are training on carpeted or linty areas, all the excess heat and dust dries the floor belt faster and need to be lubricated more often. Lift the floor belt and feel with your hands if there is any lubrication. A wet feel means it is lubricated, while a dry feel or sticky hand as you move your hand left and right means it is dry. Dry belts are the blame of 80-90% of motor failure and or seizures due to lack of care and maintenance. Lubricate it once per month. If you don't like spraying Silicone lubricant directly under the floor belt, do this; find a lint-less rug such as a kitchen drying cloth and go outside the house, spray the Silicone lubricant on the cloth to lightly soak it and then go to the treadmill, lift the floor belt and apply the wet cloth evenly on the base until you believe it is lubricated enough to make the rolling of the belt with ease. Run it for half a minute at slow speed (walking pace) before you can safely use it for running or jogging, etc.

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My Image 15.or treadmill makes a loud, whining highpitched sound when operating. Should it have lubrication?

LUBE the deck belt + rollers bearings .However test the rollers bearing main motor.
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I have a t9450 treadmill and have adjusted tension on belt. It now makes a loud noise when I run. The belt isn't slipping and everything else works. Noise is loud and annoying. Can't run on it....

Try to lubricate the running belt. If the lubrication is not proper then the belt will make noise. You have to use silicon lubrican for the same . Watch the following video to know how to lubricat the treadmill.

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The belt on my running machinet207 is sliping when you stand on it


The most common cause of belt slippage is lack of lubrication. Most treadmill belts use lubrication on the underside of the belt to reduce friction between the belt and the platform. This helps the treadmill glide along smoothly under the weight of a person. If your belt is lacking in lubrication, it can catch on the treadmill platform. Apply lubrication every few months to the underside of the belt to prevent this from occurring.

A petroleum or silicone based lubricant is recommended, and most easily applied in a spray can. Simply lift up the belt about midway along the platform and spray a small amount of lubricant underneath from about the middle of the platform width to the closest edge. Repeat from the other side. Apply lubricant can be messy.

Next, turn on the treadmill and let it run for a minute, then check if the belt still sticks. A little more lubricant may be necessary.

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I have a 1988 toyota 4runner 4wd (not sr5 or trd) with manual locking hubs. when in 2H it runs great but in 2H with the hubs locked i get loud clunking sounds while driveing straight and while turning. it...

Sounds like a cv joint that is lacking grease. Try poking a small hole in the boot and using a grease gun to fill boot with grease. To seal hole a small dab of automotive silicone over hole. If still clunking possibly still could have a bad axle.

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these bearings are dry plastic pads if i am, correct, these can be lubricated very slightly with a little silicone grease where they are rubbing on when the drum rotates

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a very small amount is enough to stop the pad being dry but not enough to see? almost like wipe it on then wipe it off,
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