Is your treadmill, cross-trainer, multi-gym, rower or bike not going? Maybe your exercycle is making an unusual sound? Or it just feels wrong. Your treadmill may have been sitting in the spare room for a few months and now it won’t power up or it comes up with an error code e1, error code e0, error code e7 or error code LS (looks like L5)? Maybe your cross-trainer is making a clunking sound or is stuck on full resistance? Maybe there’s no resistance. Have you just purchased a treadmill and you just want to know how to look after it? Maybe you just bought a multi-gym and it needs a service. Maybe your concept 2 rower won’t retract, maybe the chains come off or it’s slipping when you row. Maybe you just feel it’s time to service your concept 2 rower and want an idea of the cost.
These are the sort of problems with fitness equipment we deal with on a daily basis so I’ve set up this post so you can ask me some questions about any your fitness equipment problems you’re having. I may be able to steer you in the right direction or give you an idea about how much it may cost to fix your fitness equipment. Even if you’re new to treadmills, cross-trainers, rowers, bikes, and multi-gyms. Maybe you’re just about to buy a piece of fitness equipment and just want to know what to look for, just ask me here.
And remember the most important thing you can do to prolong the life of your treadmill is to lubricate between the treadmill running belt and deck. It’s easy to do and only takes a couple of minutes every 2 to 3 months. And remember that if you haven’t used your treadmill for a while check to see if it’s dry between your treadmills running belt and deck. The chances are the treadmill lubricate has dried out and you could do a significant amount of damage to your treadmill by prematurely wearing the belt and deck, which will overload your treadmills electronics.
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