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Left step yaws, the entire roatation mechanism on left side is loose compared to right side step. Right side step is firm and secure but left is loose like a tooth. What to do?

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    When stepping on right step you can feel resistance when you step on the left step it seems to slip ie no resistance.

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This doesn't sound like a treadmill. If it's an elliptical or stepper, try tightening the crank arm.

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Solution 1:
  • Lift the scanner cover using the plastic tabs, located on the left and right side of the machine until it locks securely into the open position.
  • Slide the print head to the middle.
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  • Slide the print head over to the right side under the cover to make sure you clean the entire encoder strip.
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