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The handle bar got very loose while i was using it it suddenly went to the left this is a staionary bike the schwin areodyne can i fix this? i cannot afford repairs seems there is a big lug nut holdind bar to foot rest i think that may be the problem but just dont know please help i think it is a original but not sure

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Http://www.fitnessrepairparts.com/diagram/113 This is an on-line link to the schematics for your Airdyne. The large nut between the handlebar (foot part) and the wheel hub are supposed to be pretty snug. Tighten the nut using a 6 or 8 adjustable wrench and tighten the nut clockwise. Be careful not to tighten too hard or the handlebar will not move at all. This is a very easy fix.

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