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The up & down motion is pre-set, the only adjustment is on the large knob in the centre of the machine which adjusts the amount of travel. I.E. the distance the pedals travel. The greater the distance the more effort required. (burns more calories)
By G. R. Maskell on 01 January 2014
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Unfortunately, I cannot answer that question as the counter doesn't work properly. It starts off ok and then stops midway. Although you do lose some weight and tone up the stepper is not hard wearing. I have gone through about 4 steppers and the chain keeps snapping. I was told it is due to wear and tear. In my op… see more Unfortunately, I cannot answer that question as the counter doesn't work properly. It starts off ok and then stops midway. Although you do lose some weight and tone up the stepper is not hard wearing. I have gone through about 4 steppers and the chain keeps snapping. I was told it is due to wear and tear. In my opinion if that is the case then it is not very durable!! see less
By Faz on 16 July 2015
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I am not sure you can. This is the second one I have had and just threw out the first one after a couple of years when it finally broke down after quite a lot of extensive use!
By M.R. on 10 May 2014
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Make sure the battery is in good shape and then plug the lead from the step-up to the unit and put it in place and it should work. That is how it happened for me. Outside of that, I could not reallV tell you more. Best of luck.
By meandmaggie on 06 March 2014
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I am sorry I can not help you on this, there are not that many moving parts and the cylinders do get very hot.
Try some WD40 as that is a very thin oil and can get in where oils like 3 in 1 may not do so.

By LJSWales on 01 January 2014
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