Question about Tunturi E30 Ergonomic Exercise Bike
Recently had a knee replacement and dragged my exercise bike (about 15 or 20 years old) out of the garage and cleaned it up. It worked fine but after a few sessions the tension knob became harder to turn and is now stuck. I am riding with very little resistance and desperately need to add more fore my rehab. I know where to order a part but need instructions on how to replace the tension cable, assuming that's what is needed. Can't afford the $200 repair bill I've been quoted! Any ideas?
Deb (and handy husband)
If it is just the inner cable and you don't need the housing then Napa Auto parts and others sell a universal cable kit that you can cut to fit and comes with a crimp tool for installing the square end on it.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
SOURCE: no change in resistance
IF you have the one i have, there is a knob with two connected arrows and a plus and minus sign. turn toward the plus, more resistance, turn toward the minus, less resistance.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
Detach power cable. Remove the side panels to reveal the wheel drive's left side. Here you will see some electronic circuit - the gear engine. A small fuse (glass thing with metal in both ends) is most likely blown. Buy a new 350mA fuse at an electronics store - and your gear will be working again.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
It looks like the only cable FitnessRepairParts has for Tunturi Ergometers is a speedometer cable for serial numbers greater than 474100.
Posted on Mar 08, 2011
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