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The internet searches weren't producing results either...until I found this site. Examine the terminals to see whether there is any corrosion. What symptoms does a dying battery have? http://thematttrain.blogspot.com/ Like Reply (0 Likes) Take Action Report Reply Permalink Printer Friendly Format TheMattTrainMember 4/15/111:26 PM Just to settle things, I just thought to put my wife's computer on my bike Source

The wire should go up the fork blade to the front brake, and follow the brake cable to the handlebars, without being attached to the frame at all. http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k1...ized_elite.jpg Reply With Quote 12-04-2012 #3 JCavilia RoadBikeReview Member Reputation: Join Date Sep 2005 Posts 14,206 The computer is working but looks like the magnets have some problem. What the manufacturers grandly call a "sensor" is actually nothing but a magnetically-operated switch. I then realised I'd had the front wheel out...and put it back in the other way round. http://www.sheldonbrown.com/cyclecomputer-troubleshoot.html

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http://www.maplin.co.uk/magnets-26348?ordercode=YA26D but recently epoxied mine to the blade spoke due to it twice removing itself on the road. Perhaps they would send you a complete new replacement package. Batteries Battery failure is easy to diagnose. It was professionally mounted by my LBS and it has not been sprayed in sweat (yet) nor out in the rain.

Acción en curso... If you see clear, black numbers on the screen, the battery is OK. I have that problem when I switch out wheels. Cateye Strada Wireless Manual Cateye's customer support has an excellent rep, so before sending the unit back, I suggest contacting them.

short piece of bicycle cable, whatever. Cateye Strada Wireless Not Working The Strada uses CR2032 batteries. I was able to get speed again while off the bike by playing with the sensor and magnet some, but never again while actually riding. Check This Out Añadir a ¿Quieres volver a verlo más tarde?

Thanks in advance. 2011 Specialized Secteur Elite. Cateye Strada Manual Hold the probes of the tester against the two contacts in the handlebar mount. (if there are three contacts, one of them is just for the wheel sensor, another is just Second hand road bike parts, tools and clothing Saddle swap shop. Injuries & Health Issues My Cup of Joe Team RWB Site Issues Training Log & Site Support Custom Training Plan Creator Forum guidelines BT super discount Updated posts My threads No

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MTB Stolen Road Stolen Found bikes and parts Cycling trade Classified cycling ads The Classifieds Rules and FAQs The Saddle swap shop I am having trouble getting a signal transmitted to the computer. Cateye Strada Wireless Resync I have sometimes used small button magnets from Radio Shack secured to the spokes with transparent tape. Cateye Strada Wireless Not Registering Speed Now, all of a sudden, it's stopped working.

If you mean that the display seems to work, but you get no input from either the wheel sensor or the crank sensor, it's not likely the problem is with magnets this contact form Cateye Mate The Cateye Mate uses four magnets mounted on a ring. Accessories Bicycles Parts Specials Tools Cyclecomputer Troubleshooting Tweet Follow @sheldonbrowncom by Sheldon "Electron Wrangler" Brown revised by John Allen, August, 2015 Troubleshooting No response to buttons Batteries Strange displays Magnet issues You should get a speed reading, even if it is only 1 or 2 mph. Cat Eye Bike Computer Troubleshooting

The OP has a wired Strada. When the magnet is not close to the "sensor", the switch is open, so there is no connection between the two wires. The darn zip cords are pretty weak and allow for some significant movement. have a peek here Luckily Cateye has spare mount and wiring systems that you can buy.

Then, slide it back in and try it out. Cateye Urban Wireless Not Working There are three basic causes of the vast majority of cyclecomputer malfunctions: Battery problems, wiring problems, and misalignment between the magnet and the sensor. If the terminals look fuzzy, clean them with a cotton swab dipped in ammonia.

I hope it lasts 20 years.

Sure, will check again today. The Avocet sensor is not a magnetic switch, but a coil of wire. Instructions are in the owner's manuals linked from our cyclecomputer database. Cateye Velo Wireless Not Working but it worked fine with no problems.

I checked cadence, and it was still working. http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k1...ized_elite.jpg Reply With Quote 12-07-2012 #12 PJ352 Cycling induced anoesis Reputation: Join Date Dec 2007 Posts 12,947 Originally Posted by InvisibleRider Yup, I am going to send it back for a Inicia sesión para que tengamos en cuenta tu opinión. Check This Out Yes.

On my other bike I have a standard wired cateye computer, this of course is fine with the light in all modes. When the battery fails, the display will go completely blank. Search Engine Optimization by vBSEO 3.6.1 Mobile | Fixed | Wide SUBMIT A PRODUCT FOR REVIEW? If there's no display, the battery needs to be replaced.

It doesn't matter how close/far the sensor is to the magnet...Any thoughts? --- Check out my blog - 90 day fitness challenge. Inicia sesión para informar de contenido inapropiado. Charles Rinehart 7.325 visualizaciones 2:09 Micro Wireless Video - Duración: 1:36. http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k1...ized_elite.jpg Reply With Quote 12-04-2012 #5 ibarrola RoadBikeReview Member Reputation: Join Date Dec 2012 Posts 15 I have a CatEye computer as well and the heart sensor stopped working, it would

Cargando... Another idea - computer is about 18 months old. pabuck View Public Profile Find More Posts by pabuck 04-23-10, 06:42 PM #2 HillRider Senior Member Join Date: Aug 2005 Location: Pittsburgh, PA Bikes: '''96 Litespeed Catalyst, '05 Litespeed I bought an electrical contact cleaner from a camera store because I like tools.

I can see the display though. Cargando...