To find Eclipse elliptical trainer parts, search the FitnessRepairParts.com website for the part in question. FitnessRepairParts.com lists parts in a database that is searchable by mode or part number. If the Eclipse elliptical trainer is still under warranty when a part fails, contact the company at the number listed in your owner's manual, and file a claim. If damage was the result of normal wear or manufacturer's error, the warranty claim will be honored.
The Eclipse elliptical trainer is a budget-friendly elliptical machine that retails for around $350 to $550, depending on the selected model, as of 2016. The machine weighs close to 90 pounds and boasts a compact design, but the stride is only 15 inches, so exercise sessions tend to be bouncier than those on larger models.
Taller reviewers on Fitness-Equipment-Source.com claim that they felt restricted, as the moving arms did not provide the range of motion necessary to fully extend their arms. Other reviewers claim that the Eclipse elliptical trainer is built with flimsy parts that do not withstand rigorous exercise. While some call the machine's lightweight build a positive, other reviewers find it to be a negative, stating that working out on the Eclipse elliptical trainer was "restricted and uncomfortable." The biggest complaint from consumers, however, was the noise the machine emits while being used.