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The bow flex tc5 is an overpriced piece of equipment. The build quality is not great. There are ongoing documented problems with the belts fraying on this model. You can always order a new belt or adjust the side (loosening or tightening) your primary foot stepping side, but I would call bow flex and demand a new belt or replacement. You can mention there is a "risk of fall" due to poor workmanship. This will get their attention and you may even get a new treadmill or at least free belt. Call Bow flex customer service at 1-800-436-6549.
Hi, The compressor motor mount is broken and that allows the compressor to flop around and clunk when shutting down. That also allows it to twist and turn as it starts... this will have to be fixed before the refrigerant piping breaks...
It can only be one of a few things. First if it is the switch it won't make any sound at all when you press the button. If you can hear a sound, then the motor is running. If it has a 'clunk-clunk-clunk' sound to it then the gear plugs in the window motor need replacing which always happens around 10 years old. If you hear the motor running without the 'clunk-clunk-clunk' then the regulator cable has jumped track and the regulator will need replacing.
You more than likely have a regulator (the piece holding the glass that scissors up and down) that is in a bind. Need to inspect it prior to ordering parts but I bet it is the regulator track bushing that has come apart and is binding.