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Hi, Try to put some oil in bearing of motor. For oiling the motor bearing you have to open the top cover. Be sure to remove the power before opening the treadmill. Normally bearing makes noise may be because of insufficient lubrication Or the bearing itself is faulty. Check is the lubricating reduces the noise or not. if not then you have to call for a repair man to change the bearing or replace the motor. un the following link you can fin the motor for your treadmill. Be sure that the power is remove before opening. because all treadmill's motor control circuits are live if there is power. Motor
If your rear skewer's unique lever design prevents it from being clamped you might want to seek out one of the garden-variety (boring) old-school skewers for use on the trainer. Plus, if it gets marred, no-biggie.
A visit to your Local Bike Shop might solve yoor problem.
there are a few things to consider first,1. is it the bearing alone worn? you have to check the condition of the crank shaft jurnel were the bearing works,if ok then you are good togo but if not then you are looking at either machine shop work on the shaft or replacing it with a used unit in good condition since cost is a factor, or you can take the chance and put up the bearing as is and hope for the best,to save time and if you'r up to it look for a used engine in good condition and swap the hole assembly out should take a week end with some help from the guys, any way if you insist. 1. you drop the sump, find the # 1 main bearing cap # should be stamped on it re move the two bolts and remove cap,take note of mounting, remove bearing halfs, to remove bearing half on block use a flat head screw driver and push it around the jurnel there should be mounting tabs on bearing to install take the bearing half for the block place oil on inner face and slide int place making shore tab fits in mounting goove install cap half bearing and install tourque bolts re install sump refill engine oil and hop for the best