CATEYE STRADA DOUBLE WIRELESS MANUAL PDF
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I had a similar problem when I had mine. Find More Posts by speedlever. The computer flashes Synch Id. All it does is continue to blink until it times out.
What happens is you push reset on the computer and after the initial display, it blinks “Synch ID”. Post 3 of 14 views.
Get an ink pen, nail, or something and push the button all the way in and hold it till you begin to see it sync up with the main unit.
The instruction manual certainly wasn’t written with users in mind, was it! When you go to your local bike shops in your area, compared to other service industries, are they nicer than typical? Replaced all 4 batteries, and tried all kinds of sequences to get them to synch – no luck. Couldn’t sync after changing batteries.
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Help! Cateye Double Wireless won’t synch
Find More Posts by gmason. Post 9 of 14 views. How I wirelesd supposed to understand this from the instruction manual is beyond me but there you go. The instructions mention 5 seconds but some seem to take even longer.
I took my bike out for a ride in the cold and lost some functions – clock slowed down, etc. When mine would not sync I called Cateye and they sent me a new sensor for no charge, two days later I was back in business.
Back To Forum Print Thread. Also tried a fork tyne, a small phillips, and a straightened paper clip. If you have changed batteries, then pushing the reset button in far enough is the only thing I can think dougle that would cause manal problem.
Same thing with a new unit.
Glute tightness and IT band issues 1 year anniversary of IT band syndrome! I tried a reset to change the time, and found that I could not synch the computer with the sensor. Hi, I just went through the same frustrating experience.
Likewise occurring when replacing the head in the mount after replacing its batteries. Hope this helps – – Wil. Bicycle Mechanics Broken bottom bracket? Affordable Recovery Boots from Amazon. Find More Posts oduble sour Only thing that worked for me, after considering taking a hammer to it, was to again hit the AC – and try everything – and then Voila!
Newsletter Sign up for the Slowtwitch newsletter. Strqda has to be more than 20 inches stradda but not too far that it won’t pick up the signal. When my headlight is on flash, no problem, but when it is on steady the Cateye no longer provides a display.
The only thing that I haven’t tried is moving the lot outside, away from interference from “televisions, personal computers, wireless networks, DVD players, cell phones, or other wireless devices Sorry that I am not much help but I remember how annoying it was for me when I had to change my battery and re sync it and I think I was able to by moving the computer closer to the sensor. Just to let you know had the same issue.
Post 5 of 14 views. This kinda seems to reset the whole computer and prepare it for syncing. Ok Fishes, here is the interview we were all waiting for!! And one more heads up.
Also, a slight rotation of the head around the bars can do the same thing. Post 8 of 14 views. I think I tried bringing the computer closer to the sensor and that helped, maybe?