Question about Exercise & Fitness
I have a reebok cross-trainer, which started having this loud scraping sound when i used it which got worse and worse, until it finally ceased working altogether. It sounded like metal on metal - I did take the side off and found that the wheel inside, was rubbing on what seems to be the part which makes it harder to push the wheel around and has rubbed away alot of the rubber material. Is there anyway i can fix this, without too much expense?
Sorry bro but this surely is a manufacturing defect and i am sure that this problem is due to wrong angular alignment but u can try oil or grease to smooth it out other than that u cant do much as these things have a complex mechanism and design and so require really complex solutions which can cost like nearly another cross trainer sorry
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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