Question about Schwinn Original Airdyne
Attaches to top of Schwinn Airdyne Bike
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I got a a phone number from Schwinn to call about getting a new manual for my 700c Trailway Hybrid Model #S5984TGA. I do not know what happened to mine. It is either around the house or got in the recycle bin by accident.
I may be back in contact depending what they offer. I am still looking for my manual.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
SOURCE: I bougt a used schwinn
Your computer's pickup magnet pickup sensor is not reading the magnet as you spin the bike. You probably have too much of a gap in between the magnet sensor and the magnet on your bike. Gently push the metal bracket holding your magnet sensora bit to close the gap and it should then read your magnet, calculate RPMs etc. Terpcafe@yahoo.com
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
I would take it in for service and let the professionals give it a tune up. You have a very good machine and I am sure that it needs to have the bottom bracket tightened and lubed. We have sold over 5000 Schwinn Air Dynes since 1981 and they are always worth fixing. So give it some love and it will be with you forever. Doctors and sports teams love these machines because it has a measured workload and they can write a program for you. We sell lots of excercise machines, treadmills etc but the Schwinn Air Dyne is the best of all of them.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have an older (25+years)
How about going to a Schwinn dealer who has been in business for a long time? The speedometer drivers are no longer available, you have to get it changed over to electronic. This not something that you can do on your own, it has to be done by someone who knows the product. We have been in business 40+ years and sold Air Dynes since 1979, I do know what I am saying.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
There is a metal shim needed in the bike/pedal that has to be tapped in to keep the pedal tight. If you dad has used the bike for several hundred miles and/or his feet might actually bend the pedals over time (weight), it is possible the metal piece that the pedal attaches to could become bent slightly, and I have seen a few bikes, that need to be taken to the bike repair store (call a large bicycle/itness store) that has a good repair shop and they often can repair these, but rarely less than $125 for an Airdyne repair/tuneup.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
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