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Lack of lubrication on pivot points can make the elliptical squeak. Apply a thin coat of all-purpose grease to pivot points on the pedal arms and handle bars to eliminate squeaks. Lubricate all moving parts during routine maintenance to prevent squeaks.
You can use any generic cleaning product. Then, for the parts that are harder to clean, or for plastic parts covering metal, you can use Uline or Air In A Can to get the debris out if it is difficult to do with a wipe. Next, grab your WD-40 and spray it in the tight parts of your machine.
Elliptical feels “rough” to pedal. Hardware was likely not sufficiently tightened during assembly. Check all bolts to ensure they are as tightened as possible. It may be necessary to use a larger wrench than the wrench originally provided.
Many people don`t understand that elliptical parts, just like treadmill parts, need to be lubricated from time to time. Proper lubrication of the machine will reduce wear and increase the longevity and functionality of the machine and reduce the need for costly repairs.
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Store the equipment indoors if possible, or cover it to avoid damage from sun and rain as well as wear from exposure. Stick to a consistent lubrication routine on the moving parts with WD-40 Specialist® White Lithium Grease on the elliptical machine to stop it from squeaking.

Treadmill making a squeaking noise? This is often the sign of a slipping drive belt. The Drive/Motor belt is located under the motor housing cover and if it becomes too loose it can slip. This in turn can cause the running belt to slow or stop.
Most people have a can of WD-40 kicking around the house. It is often the go-to solution for squeaky doors and other various home uses. However, it is not a good idea to use it as a fitness equipment lubricant. We strongly recommend you avoid using it on a treadmill, elliptical, or any other type of exercise equipment.
Your machine should be lubricated every 6 months. We recommend lubricating both the elliptical arms and the pedal support tubes with PTFE lubricant.
What Causes the Squeak? The noises you hear when your shoes are squeaking may be caused by air or moisture getting trapped different parts of the shoe. Predominantly, this is usually in the insole area and when the insole rubs against another part of the shoe, it creates that squeaking noise.
Hands-free will help increase your core strength and balance. For those that are unable to move to a higher workload, hands-free is a great way to burn additional calories without compromising form.
If you want, you can use the elliptical trainer to exercise every day. But I suggest that it is most appropriate for you to exercise on it for 150 minutes every week. In other words, an average of 30 minutes of exercise every day, five days a week, is enough.
Your machine should be lubricated every 6 months. We recommend lubricating both the elliptical arms and the pedal support tubes with PTFE lubricant.
There could be several reasons why your machine is making a loud squeaking noise. Lack of lubrication, lint in the rotary hook area, and incorrect upper threading can cause this issue.
What Causes the Squeak? The noises you hear when your shoes are squeaking may be caused by air or moisture getting trapped different parts of the shoe. Predominantly, this is usually in the insole area and when the insole rubs against another part of the shoe, it creates that squeaking noise.
Does your machine squeak every time you move through a rotation? This means you may be neglecting machine maintenance. To keep your elliptical functioning at its best, remember to tighten, clean, and lubricate it according to the manufacturer`s recommendations.
Does your machine squeak every time you move through a rotation? This means you may be neglecting machine maintenance. To keep your elliptical functioning at its best, remember to tighten, clean, and lubricate it according to the manufacturer`s recommendations.

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Gas not coming through lines on patio heater
ANSWER : Change the turn on swich it has bad connection due to moisture and rust inside it,if my info was of any help to you please leave a comment,thank you

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I have a Mossberg model 185k bolt action 20 ga. shotgun.I bought it from a coworker and it was missing the bolt.I recently accquired a bolt assembly for it,but when I try to close the bolt handle it will not close.The bolt head has a steel lock ball in it that contacts the receiver when you try to close the bolt handle.Any suggestions?
ANSWER : The bolt you have acquired is either from a different model, or has been modified. With fire arms you are getting into dangerous territory, but I do suggest you have it looked at by a gunsmith. He will tell you what the problem is and you then make a decision based on that information.

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Loud banging noise when using the Kettler elliptical trainer, ctr
ANSWER : This is a common problem for the CTR1, it actually sounds a lot worse than it is. It’s just one of the 4 bolts that hold the front “pole” of the CTR1 in place that is broken. You will need to unscrew the bolts at the base (just move the plastic piece that hides the bolts up on the “pole”). After removing the pole you will need to remove the broken bolt from the inside of the “pole” with plyers. Then just put the pole back in the base, replace the screws (be sure to tighten them good). All will be good :)This is a weak point of the CTR1, be prepared to run into the same problem again down the road…

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Hello, i think i figured out what it was, after breaking down the valve again i was looking at the rubber that is around the valves and i was thinking at first this wasnt an extra part, but come to find out after many hours of researching online it is an peice that comes off but its just glued on, its a (Spider) gasket. So do u think if nothing is wrong with the valve itself that if the spider gasket is wearing away and starting to get britle that it will let the debris i vacuum up come back in the pool and let the backwash valve leak when its on the filter position? I cant thank u enough for helping me. You sure have lead me in the right direction and saved me alot of money. Otherwise i would of probably gave up and bought another one….thanks and let me know if u think that the buying a spider gasket will solve my problems
ANSWER : The spider gasket that you refer to is what seals the chambers from each other. Leaking here can have a large impact on how well the valve is able to do its job. But, I don’t remember seeing one in the parts diagram. If you are able to obtain one, then by all means, replace it if you can. As I said earlier, you are essentially rebuilding the valve assembly. If something looks worn, now is the time to repair / replace it during reassembly. I also have a suggestion for you as well. Take good pictures, document everything that you do when you disassemble and reassemble the valve. Then write up a tip (gotta become an expert) for others to read through and be able to service their own equipment. I was surprised to see that there were as many other questions asked about the same filter that you have. Highly recommend that you do this. As many times as you have taken this apart and put it back together, you are fast becoming an authority on it!Glad to see that you are sticking it through, and not throwing in the towel. After all is said and done, you will have a working knowledge of how your filter works, and be able to identify issues in the future before they become a problem. Congratulations!

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2011 ninja 1000 fuel pump not coming on
first cycle of the key, but injectors come on.

Engine killed when i hit a bump and let out clutch.
I restarted it and let out clutch and it killed again.
I parked the bike on the stand and let it sit for an hour, then i restarted it and the bike started up, when i gave it gas it backed fire.
Do you think it could be the fuel pump or relay? The shop thinks it could be the kick stand switch, but even acts up on neutral and the gas pump doesn’t come on first cycle of key when cold. Only injectors come on.

ANSWER : I would agree with the shop, as far as check the simply things first.while trouble shooting you want to start with the easy things, if you jump right into the pricey things and that is not it you have spent money and time and still have the problem. If you have a multimeter it will make this pretty easy. put your meter on the ohm setting and open and close the switch ( sidestand, clutch, ect.) if one of your safety swtich is not working right it will make your bike act up. start with that and if they are all working as they should please let me know and we can go deeper into it. I had a bike come into the shop that would cut out while riding, every bump every turn. I chased my tail because i didn’t start simple. i sent a lot of time and ended up paying for a fuel pump out of pocket because that wasn’t the problem. All the switches where working and nothing seemed right everything was working. after a few days while raising the bike on the left i notched the side stand moving a little with ever little bump on the way up. long story short the spring on the side stand had lost it’s ” spring” and won’t hold the side stand up right, every bump every turn the side stand moved a little letting the switch open and kill the bike .let me know what you find and if you need more help I’ll get and send you the wiring diagram and we can start work out the problem.M.Woodring

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How do i lubricant my treadmill
ANSWER : It is an indicator that the belt needs lubricating. turn the power off, and lift up one side of the belt and spray a small amount of lubricant underneath the belt, onto the running board. repeat this step on the other side. turn the treadmill on and run it for a few minutes to spread the lubricant. the oil light should now go off.
this should be repeated every 5-6 months to keep the board lubricated and to reduce friction between the belt and board and will lengthen the life of your treadmill.

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I have an Eclipse 1100 HR/A elliptical. I am having a problem with the arm that holds the right side foot pad in place. It keeps working it’s way loose. I open up the casing and tighten it COMPLETELY and then within 5 minutes of working out it is loose and making this horrible clunking noise as it turns. It seems like the thin – large washer on the outside of the arm is slightly warped. Could this be causing it to loosen and if so how do I order new parts and which parts should I order? Also, can you tell me where they put the serial number on the machine – I can’t seem to find it. Thanks in advance for your help.
ANSWER : This part is called crank arm.It connects to the foot pad.——–
There are many other users too facing this same problem with crank arm.On models 1100 and 1175 this problem is very much seen.———–
You can order this part from eclipse service center.———
But this recall was provided by the company:—
Click this link below and go through the recall.———
http://www.fitnessquest.com/scripts/cgiip.exe/WService=fq/story.html?article=4206
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Yours is 1100 and in recall its showing 1175, but this problem was seen on complete 1100 series.And yours comes in 1100 series.———–
This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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