Question about Bowflex TC1000 Treadclimber
First check walking belt alignment. Belt contact with metal guides under treadle can make loud grinding sound. If belts are misaligned follow belt alignment procedure in Owner's Manual.
Check drive pulley and flywheel pulley... unplug power from Unit. Wait at least 5 minutes. Remove left side plastic drive cover to expose "v" belt drive line. Using a 1/2" wrench, tighten the bolt that attaches the 4 1/2" drive pulley to the drive shaft while holding the drive rollers still. Also, using a 5/32" hex wrench, tighten the setscrew on the flywheel motor pulley. Reinstall plastic drive cover.
- If knocking sound seems to be coming directly from the rear roller, check igus bushings and replace if cracked.
- If the problem is the rollers or motor, need to replaced, then contact customer service for further assistance.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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