Maintenance

The NordicTrack Pro Skiers are built to last for decades (at one point in the 1990’s they were even sold with lifetime guarantees!), but they do run smoothest when they receive regular cleaning and maintenance. Basic maintenance should keep your machine running for many years (over 2 decades for mine!). In the event that you do have a part wear out, online retailers can usually provide the specific replacement that your ski machine needs at an affordable price.

The main components to a smooth running ski machine involve keeping the skis gliding smoothly between the wood tracks and over the rubber wheels. Follow these tips to keep the skis in top shape!

Paraffin Wax

Apply paraffin wax regularly to SIDES ONLY of wooden skis to ensure smooth gliding against the wood railings. Do not apply wax to the bottom of your skis! Paraffin wax is widely available for purchase at online retailers including Amazon and NordicParts, and at local hardware stores including Ace Hardware.

Mineral Spirits

Use a small amount of Mineral Spirits with a clean cloth to remove any dark residue that accumulates on the BOTTOM OF THE SKIS. Mineral spirits are widely available for purchase at online retailers including Amazon and at hardware stores including Lowe’s, Ace, and Home Depot.

NordicTrack Maintentace with 3-in-1 oil

NordicTrack Maintentace with 3-in-1 oil

3-in-1 Oil

For an occasional speaky wheel, a couple of drops of 3-in-One oil can calm things down. Oil should be applied to: the wheels that spin freely at the front and back of the skier, the leather pad that sits under the arm cord drum, and the bearing that sits on top of the arm cord drum.

NOTE: Do not use 3-in-1 oil (or any oil) on the driverollers! 3-in-1 oil is a general-purpose lubricating oil sold for household and do-it-yourself use and is widely available for purchase at online retailers including Amazon and at local hardware stores including Lowe’s and Walmart.

Emery Cloth

To clean the flywheel, you will need a buddy to help, emery cloth, and paper towels soaked in rubbing alcohol. With someone else skiing on the NordicTrack, place an emery cloth on the flywheel to clean. Repeat for a few minutes until the flywheel is clean. Use the alcohol-soaked paper towels to remove any remaining black residue from tthe flywheel.

NordicTrack Electronic Monitor

A common part that ski machine enthusiasts enjoy to upgrade are the electronic monitors for their machines. These electronics evolved over the years, so even if your original monitor is still working, you may enjoy an upgrade that provides more information about your workout. Find different models available online at:

For other items, you can either contact the NordicTrack company directly, or quickly find replacements like tension belts, skis, wheels, electronic cable connectors, etc. via NordicParts.

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Please note that product links go to other vendors (NordicTrackProSkier.com does not take nor fulfill any orders).

58 Comments

  1. Bob Canavan

    I have a BC-5062 Computer for the nordictrak that light up scans, but does not record any thing. I have tested the continuity of the cable from the post to the computer and all is well. Does this need to be replaced or can it be fixed?

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  2. Colleen

    Hi there,

    I have an old Achiever from the 80s I believe that I started using again recently. I oiled and cleaned it and checked everything and it seems fine except for the skis make a loud clank when they each hit the front rollers. I can’t remember if this is just how it is. If not, what is it that I can do to address? Thank you! Very much appreciate your site.

    Colleen

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  3. Jeffrey

    I have NordicTrack Pro. The front right roller will not turn any longer. I’ve tried 3-1 oil, but it doesn’t help much. I’m not sure how to remove the pin that goes through the roller. I will gladly buy a new roller and pin, but I’ll need to remove the one that is there first. It may be obvious, but any help on how to remove the pin and roller would be great. Thanks!

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Jeffrey, I would recommend that you reach out to customer service at NordicParts.com and ask about the best way to proceed.

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  4. John Luther

    I have a Nordic Track Pro 30 purchased in 1991 that has a BC 886 ll computer that the pulse function has quit working. Sometimes shows 46 bpm and sometimes in the 90’s. Neither seems correct. Any suggestions? A new ear clip?

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    1. Art Freed

      Sorry I don’t have an answer for erratic pulse problem. It is pretty common among the different monitors. I would like to know if you have the manual for the BC-886II workout computer. Many people online have searched for it. If you can make a PDF copy that would be most appreciated. You can send the file to 800artfreed at gmail dot com.

      Thank you

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  5. Philip

    I have a Nordic Track Medallist Plus manufactured in 1997 which is in good condition but the power adapter is missing. On this model the digital console is used to control the fly wheel tension. Do you have any suggestions on the specifications for a power supply replacement or where to find one?
    Thank-you,

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Philip, That isn’t a model that I am familiar with, nor is it a model that is currently made. It’s probably going to be a challenge to find parts for it.

      You may have some luck at NordicFitnessSkiMachines.com or by monitoring online used-item sales websites like ebay.com and shopgoodwill.com for used parts.

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  6. cheryl walker

    I have a NordicTrack 1001 from 1994. I used it every day until about 10 years ago….I’ve started using it again, on a daily basis, about 3 months ago. Recently I am having problems with both skis slipping. I have to catch myself so I don’t fall. I see using mineral spirits is to be used on the bottom of the skis is recommended. Do I use anything to clean the rollers? They appear to be soiled. I don’t want to make the problem worse.

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Cheryl, With the age of your machine, it’s probably time to replace the driverollers. Unfortunately, I cannot find much information about the “1001” model online, but you may have luck by contacting NordicParts.com to speak to someone about which specific part your ski machine needs.

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  7. Robert

    I”m on my fifth Nordic Track machine over the past 30 years. Four were Pros and this year I found a Pro Plus, a dream machine that fixed any shortcomings of the Pros. I’m good at overhauling and maintaining them using the vendors you’ve listed for replacement parts. To the point: Is there a way to freshen up the flywheel drag strap instead of replacing them once they glaze after about 40 hours of use and start to tug? I’ve rigged snap swivels on both ends to get four uses per strap but they get expensive since I train 90 minutes a day 6 days a week.

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Robert, You sound like you have a lot of experience with machine maintenance and repair. I haven’t ever heard of this part wearing out so quickly, but it sounds like you’ve had to deal with it quite a bit. Kudos for finding a way to extend the strap life with your own rigging skills!

      I looked into this issue online, and it seems that others have had some success by lightly scuffing the glazed parts of straps with a scotchbrite pad, wire brush, or sandpaper to refresh them a bit. Be sure to clean any residue from this process before reusing the belt on the machine. Hope that helps!

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      1. ken2116

        You might try replacing or just lining the strap with a material that has either a higher melting point or higher “glass transition temperature, Tg”, Tg is a narrow range of temperatures above which a polymer softens and deforms more easily, but below its melting point (if it has a m.p., not all polymers have melting points). Kevlar is a possibility and is used for Model T transmission band replacement, a similar application.

        You also could try webbing of natural fibers, maybe canvas or linen, or leather which in the bad old days often was used for band brakes such as this. There are a variety of impregnated leathers made for industrial purposes, some of which are very tough. I believe the original Model T bands were leather.

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  8. NSR

    Hello,
    I have a couple of questions about your cleaning steps!
    1) When you say “apply paraffin wax” do you mean take the block and rub it along the sides of the skis, or do you mean melt it and spread it and then scrape off?
    2) Can you explain a bit more about how to put the emery cloth on the flywheel? I am not sure how to do that while I have my sister ski!
    3) The leather strap which is under the arm wheel seems very tightly pressed between the metal and the plastic wheel. How do you suggest I remove it for the mineral oil step you suggest?
    Thanks for your help. Resurrecting the Nordic Track after ~20+ years. So far it works great (knock on wood) but thought I would follow your steps to keep it up.
    Thank you,
    NSR

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi NSR,
      How exciting that you are getting back on your 20+ year old NordicTrack skier!! Here are some quick answers to your questions:

      1. TO WAX THE SKIS: simply take the block of paraffin wax and rub it along the SIDES ONLY of the skis (this will help minimize friction between the sliding wood skis and the frame of the machine)
      2. TO CLEAN THE FLYWHEEL: remove the drag strap, place the emery cloth on the flywheel while your helper skis on the NordicTrack skier. Repeat for a few minutes (until the flywheel is cleaned). When finished cleaning the flywheel with the emery cloth, use a paper towel soaked in rubbing alcohol to remove the black residue off the flywheel.
      3. TO OIL THE LEATHER PAD (under the arm cord drum): remove the top knob to lift the arm cord drum up 1″ then place a few drops of 3-in-1 oil on the leather pad

      Hope that helps and that you enjoy your workouts!

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      1. NSR

        Thank you very very much!!

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  9. Pat

    Regarding maintenance, do you have pictures so show where the lubrication should be added? I’ll appreciate any guidance you can offer.

    Thank you.
    Pat

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Pat, Unfortunately I do not have any photos to share, but there are 3 places that should be lubricated:

      – SIDES of END ROLLERS at each end of the ski machine
      – LEATHER PAD (under the arm cord drum) – remove knob to lift the arm cord drum up 1″ then place a few drops of 3-in-1 oil on the leather pad
      – ARM EXERCISER BEARING (on top of the arm cord drum)

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    2. Art Freed

      send me your email and i will forward all the pdf manuals I have on nordic track machines. They illustrate the maintenance processes for the flywheel, drag strap, idle roller axles and sides of the skies.
      800artfreed at gmail dot com

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  10. Darren

    I’m the original owner of a Pro Plus model. I’ve bought other equipment but have never found as much enjoyment as I have with this type of exercise. Recently, the right hand ski seems to be hitting the front glide roller on the right hand side. I tried swapping the skis (to check if one was warped) and it still happens. I took the front rollers out and swapped sides. Still it makes a popping sound when the right ski hits the front right roller. There’s no slippage on the right hand ski. And I cleaned off all residue under both skis. The right ski just seems to be pounding the front roller each time the ski hits it, making it quite noisy. Anyone have a clue what it could be by chance?

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    1. ALAN

      Darren,

      You described my issue perfectly; one ski lightly taps the guide wheel. I’m brand new to this, but having read Nordic parts, I believe the ski is warped, but they sell a set of different wheels which they say week make it quiet again.

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  11. Shae

    Hello,
    The thin black wire came out of the upright tube. Is there a way to fix it? My parents had an old Nordic Track Skier from the late 8O’s, it was black. I used the heck out of the thing. I had to get rid of it a few years ago. I loved the workout that I got from it, so I found a NT Pro on Craigslist in great condition. When I went to pick it up, the older gentleman wasn’t familiar with folding it up and tried to take it apart instead. That’s when the wire came undone from the monitor jack. I didn’t have the heart to walk away without it and figured I would just try to fix it. It can obviously be used without it, but I though I would try. Thank you.

    Stay well.

    Shae

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Shae, It’s hard to tell where the problem is that you are describing, but you may be able to solve your problem with a new “monitor power cable“. Follow the link to NordicParts.com to learn more and purchase if that seems like it will help.

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      1. Shae

        It’s the thin black wire that is connected by the wheel. It runs underneath the the skier and up the metal tube in the front. It must send a current to how fast you are going, etc. It must connect up where the monitor jack plugs in. It’s not the monitor power cable. Thank you!

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        1. Alyce (Post author)

          Hi Shae, Unfortunately, that sounds like it’s an uncommon repair and there may not be a standard replacement part available for it. I looked around online but didn’t see anything.

          However, I still recommend that you contact the customer service at NordicParts.com, as reader Steve recently shared that he had a great experience with them (he spent over an hour on the phone with the NordicParts.com website owner to help diagnose the issue on his old machine).

          I hope they can help you as it’s definitely nice to get the speed and distance feedback from the monitor!

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          1. Shae

            Thanks so much. Enjoy the rest of your weekend and stay well. 🙂

    2. ken2116

      Depending upon where the wire is broken, splicing or reattaching it may be a straightforward task for a competent electronic hobbyist (look for an amateur radio operator or club), or an electrical engineer or electronic technician. Some independent smart phone and computer repair shops also are possibilities, as are small appliance repair services.

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    3. Art Freed

      If the wire came out of the tube does it still have the female connector attached? This means a small threaded ring or nut has fallen off. This part is a standard electronic chassis connector for the 3.5mm plug used on the connector to the electronic workout monitor. You can order a new connector with the nut. You will just use the ring or nut to re-attach the connector to the vertical tube
      To re-thread the cable take a length of garden string trimmer replacement “cord”. Use something no thicker than .80″
      fold about 1/2 inch over at one end. Now push the trimmer string through the hole until the folded end comes out at the bottom. Carefully push the doubled over tip of the string into the connector. Not too far. Slowly pull the string and cable back up. It will come out of the hole. Using a replacement nut or ring, place it on the other end of the string letting it slide toward the connector and screw it onto the thread of the connector. Use a small needle nose pliers to tighten the ring. Remove the trimmer string.

      If the wire has broken off the connector remove the nut or ring, let the connector fall out the bottom. Re-solder the the wire to the connector. I advise trying to put each wire through the tiny hole in each of the tabs from the connector for additional strength. If you don’t know how to solder it is possible to remove the “pickup” from near the flywheel where the wire goes and bring it to a repair shop. They can solder it for you. Then use the technique above to re-thread it into the vertical tube.

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  12. Barry King

    My right ski slips backwards suddenly on my Nordic Track Pro Skier. Works ok when I take short strokes, but when I get more aggressive and use longer strides, it slips, probably when my foot gets just past the roller. Is this a maintenance issue? Or do I need to replace a roller?

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Barry, You can start out by troubleshooting / checking on the easier fixes and maintenance first. Clean any excess oil on bottom of the skis with dry cloth and clean black residue on bottom of skis with mineral spirits / paint thinner. Make sure the flywheel is tight and even on the flywheel axle.

      If this doesn’t help and only your right ski is slipping, then you may need to replace the drive rollers. Visit NordicParts.com to find the right parts for your Pro ski machine.

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  13. Richard

    Hello, I have a Nordic Track Skier Achiever Model from circa 1990. It is still in great shape. I am now doing the maintenance so I can pull it out of my basement and start using again during the pandemic lockdown. I have the Workout Computer BC-886 II and I put some batteries in and it seems to be working, too. I just need to get a hold of a manual or other instructions for how to use the BC-886 II. Where can I get remedial lessons on it? 🙂

    Also is there any chance of getting the pulse plug in and SPD plug in for it? Those are missing.

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Richard, It appears that there is an ebay seller who has copies of the BC-886 II manuals available for sale for $4.95. I cannot personally vouch for the seller, but they do currently have a 100% customer satisfaction rating on ebay (click here to view product listing). The cord may be harder to find, but you may also have luck if you search occasionally on ebay. Good luck!

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    2. Alyce (Post author)

      Here are links for the “ear clip pulse cord” and the “monitor cable” at NordicParts.com. Hope these help!

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  14. Bob

    After 20 years in storage, I just reassembled my NordicTrack 5000 Ski machine (1998) (same as Pro model) and I was looking forward to using it during this Coronavirus lockdown.

    As I stepped onto it, I somehow managed to break the hip pad bracket. My question is: do you really need the hip pad?

    I used the machine a lot after I bought it and I recall thinking that I used to apply very little pressure to the hip pad at all.

    I’m based in France so to have a new bracket sent from US is likely to be expensive and take an age. Thanks in advance.

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Bob, The only forward pressure that you put on the machine is at the hip / on the hip pad. You are going to need to have this piece available so that your body has something to push off against. When it’s adjusted properly, you don’t really feel it or notice it, so it’s understandable that someone might think it’s not needed. 🙂

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    2. ken2116

      If it’s either aluminum or steel and broken, it probably can be brazed or welded (you could start by asking at an automotive body shop), or maybe you can fashion a sheet metal bracket and screw it together. Depending on the nature of the break, a “structural epoxy” adhesive may work (it will need sufficient surface area to hold). Look for a structural epoxy as these have a bit of “give” to them (the opposite of brittle). The 3M product “2116” comes to mind. JB Weld, sold in the US and maybe elsewhere, also has a good track record.

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  15. Steve

    I have a NordicTrack Sequoia model that has a sticker on the underside saying it was built in December 1993. It no longer holds the tension after I adjust the arm-resistance adjuster knob (that anchors the cord drum). Once I set the tension and start working out, the knob spins counter-clockwise until all the tension is gone.

    NorditTrack was a dead-end since they say they have no parts for models prior to the buy-out. I contacted a company called fitnessrepairparts.com who said they couldn’t help me if I couldn’t find the serial and model numbers. I have scoured this machine backwards and forwards, mulitiple times, and I simply can NOT find the serial number. I have the original owner’s guide that says to remove the label on the invoice and keep it and I suspect that label had the serial number but the invoice is long gone.

    Questions:
    1. Do you know where I can find the serial number on the machine? In some images I’ve seen online, there’s a white sticker underneath the warning labels. On mine, the warning labels are still there but no sticker with serial/model numbers.
    2. From my description, do you know what’s wrong with my machine, what parts need to be replaced (if any) or what maintenance I can do to fix it?
    3. If I can’t fix it, can you help me locate the parts I need to fix it? Given the shelter-in-place we’re all living with, this is my only option for a good workout and we’re likely to be in these circumstance for some time. I’d REALLY like to get this fixed.

    Thank you so much for any help you can offer!

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Steve, My best guess is that your issue might be coming from the arm exerciser bearing. From the NordicParts website:

      The A/E bearing should be replaced when the arm exerciser drum will unwind itself. The A/E bearing should be lubricated with 3inOne oil every 3-6 months.

      You may need to purchase a kit to replace this mechanism to get your machine running smoothly again. Visit NordicParts.com for a wide variety of NordicTrack ski machine repair and maintenance parts.

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      1. Steve Pantell

        Just want to take a moment to thank whoever is replying to these posts. Not only were you very, very helpful (and prompt), you put me onto NordicParts.com where the owner spent almost an hour on the phone with me, helping decide what I did (and didn’t) need to get my machine running again. It’s rare to get such helpful, quick, and free advice so generously so I want to thank you in public. You’ve also inspired me to be that kind of person to others. Much appreciated!

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        1. Alyce (Post author)

          Thanks Steve! I’m very happy to hear that NordicParts.com was able to help you out as well!

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  16. Frank De Francesco

    We have a NordicTrack Skier built on 03/23/93
    It is still in excellent condition
    It looks identical to the current Pro Skier Model except for the digital display
    The rollers at the extended top of the unit Have become dirty, discolored or moldy looking
    Can I disconnect it, remove/ unroll the left and right strings, clean them and reassemble it?
    Can the strings just be cleaned in soap and water?
    Do they need any special coating or treatment before reinstalling them on the roller at top ?
    What benefit does the digital display provide?
    Can it be retrofitted?
    What does it cost?

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Frank, You can try starting with a general tune-up of your machine. Kits are available on NordicParts.com website at: https://www.nordicparts.com/NordicTrack-Skiers/Wood-Style-Skier-Parts/

      If there are any issues after you do a tune-up, then troubleshoot those issues individually until it’s back in like-new condition!

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  17. Carol

    I have an old 1992 NordicTrack Achiever model 0344 that’s been stored in a bedroom for years. It works great for about 8- 10 minutes, then the left ski gradually increases resistance until the gauge needle indicates about 25 -30. At that point, something releases and the needle vibrates, and the machine makes a loud clacking sound. If I stop, get off and wiggle the flywheel, then I can resume my exercise for about another 8-10 minutes before this repeats.
    Does anyone have any ideas as to what is going wrong? Or how I can fix this problem?

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Carol, The Achiever model has a bit of a different tension mechanism (a dial / knob) than the Pro model (which has a lever). It may be that the machine would benefit from a new tension mechanism. From the NordicParts website:

      Achiever, Medalist and Elite models used a leg tension knob to control the leg tension. If you turn the knob when not skiing on the unit you will strip out the gears inside the knob. If you have stripped out the gears you will not be able to adjust your leg tension. If you have stripped out your gears, add this knob and cable assembly to your cart.

      If your leg tension increases on its own without turning the dial, then you would need to check to see if your Achiever, Medalist or Elite model was produced in 1990, 1991 or up to June of 1992. If it was, then you have a black teflon coating on the groove area of your flywheel which causes the leg tension to increase on its own. You will need to replace the dragstrap and the flywheel with a machined flywheel that is listed on the site. …

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  18. Caroline

    Somehow the skinny black cord or something on the arm resistance pulley has become jammed on my NordicTrack Achiever. The red dial is stuck between 0 and 2 on the kgms side and about 3 lbs on the left. It won’t go beyond that. I can’t pull on either the left or the right handles at all. The right handle is now slightly shorter than the left side. It has been grabbing a little lately but now it is completely stuck. I love my NordicTrack. Please help! The ski part is working just fine but not the arms.

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Caroline, The Acheiver was one of the more premium models but the Achiever model is no longer manufactured. Depending on when and where you purchased your machine, it may still be under warranty with NordicTrack. Contact NordicTrack customer service directly at (877) 993-7999 and hopefully they can help diagnose and fix your issue.

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  19. Thomas Brophy

    Hello,

    I purchased my NordicTrack Pro Skier in the late 1980s; it is a generational piece of equipment. I think I have maintained it well, but of late the arm exerciser loosens during use. As you pull, the center piece turns to the left and lowers resistance until is slack and completely out of synch with leg exercising. Is there any way to remedy this? Would an additional nut of the same size (please share that dimension) set on top of the arm resistance tightener work? I’d appreciate any and all of your thoughts on the matter.
    Thank you.

    Tom
    Tom

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Thomas, It sounds like you are describing that you have an issue with the arm resistance mechanism losing it’s resistance. If this is the case then a refresh of the arm resistance mechanism may solve your problem. NordicParts.com has complete overhaul kits — and — they also have a lot of individual parts if you think that may solve your issue at a lower cost. I’m not exactly sure what the specs would be on a machine from that era, but if you need additional help you can try calling NordicParts at 612-205-5243.
      Hope that helps — it’s great to hear that you’re still getting use from a machine from the 1980’s!

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  20. Liz

    How do you change the distance from KPH to MPH on a nordictrack pro? It has a BC 886 II model computer.

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Liz, I’m not sure how to change the distance from Kilometers or Miles (or the speed from KPH to MPH). The NordicTrack customer service (877) 993-7999 may be able to point you towards a solution though. Good luck!

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  21. Joe Cetner

    I have several units. The ski on the right side slips. Any advice on how to fix it? I really like it and would like it to work properly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      That is a very specific issue and with limited informaiton about the unit / wear, I cannot imagine what would be causing it. I recommend that you try contacting the NordicTrack customer service at 1 (877) 993-7999 to see if they can provide a solution.

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  22. J.w. mainard

    Hay.i have a Nordic track prow I bought at a yard sale .fixing it up .how do I get the stickers for the side of the unit .thanks.ps I realie like it .j.w.

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi J.W., If you would like a “Pro” model sticker for your machine, they can be found at https://www.nordicparts.com/pro-decal-sticker-set.html

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  23. Thomas Buckley

    We have the Achiever and are trying to find a new tension strap. Can you send me an email with a direction to take to locate one.
    Thanks
    Thomas

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Thomas, You can purchase a new acheiver drag strap at https://www.nordicparts.com/drag-strap.html

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  24. Craig

    My parents used to have one of these back in the 90s. I’m not sure what happened to it but I would love to find it and get it working again.

    If it is not possible to find it, are the nordic track pro skiers still the best in the market or are there better models out there now?

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    1. Alyce (Post author)

      Hi Craig, If you can find your parents old NordicTrack Pro Skier, then it’s probably still in great working shape. There were many models made in the past, but today the only model still made is the Pro. The Pro was always the best-selling model and has all of the features that the NordicTrack skiers are known for.

      Thanks for visiting NordicTrackProSkier.com

      Regards, Alyce

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