Causes of rower noise include the surface on which the rower is placed and using the rower incorrectly. Mechanical causes include worn bearings and belts or loose belts and other parts. Some rower noise during operation is normal; the friction of the parts rubbing together creates some amount of noise.
To prevent rower noise from improper use, place the rower on a lightly carpeted surface or place a mat underneath it. Before each use, check for loose parts and tighten as needed. To address mechanical noise causes, inspect and replace bearings and belts, if necessary. Click here to learn more about different types of rower noise.
Defective Crank, Pulley, or Flywheel Bearing
A grinding sound near the front of the rower that only occurs when you row may be coming from a loose or defective crank, pulley, or flywheel bearing. For assistance resolving this noise, please contact the XTERRA Service Department.
In the event you need to order a replacement part for your XTERRA rower, please contact the XTERRA Service Department and be prepared to provide the following information:
- Your name
- Dealer location
- Date of purchase
- Machine serial number
You can contact the XTERRA Service Department by submitting a service ticket here for assistance.
Service agents are available Monday-Friday from 8:00am - 7:00pm CST.