I have had a Nordictrack Apex6100xi for 8 years, and it has worked very well (I use it 3 to 5 times per week) until now. Recently, I have stopped setting the speed faster than 4mph due to the loud banging noise associated with faster speed. Any speed that is greater than 4mph will produce the noise, and the faster the speed the louder the noise is. Upon closer inspecion, the noise seemed to come from the deck, as if some tightening act would be needed. I did try to lubricate the walking belt with the ICON performance lube, and as I suspected, it has no effect on the 'banging' type of noise which seemed to be coming from the loosen parts associated with the deck. Does it sound like I am on the right track, and if it does, how hard is it to take the platform apart to check on the nut and bolts that keep the deck to the frame? To sum up, more speed equals to more noise. Not squeaky but loud banging type of noise.
Thanks in advance for your help.
ps- I did check to make sure there was no external objects got trapped underneath.
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