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    Junior Member Genesis's Avatar
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    How to Set up a Nashbar Computer

    I was given an older computer. It has only two buttons, cadence and wheel sensor.

    I have no idea how to set it up. My wheels are 700x20.

    If you know anything about this, please let me know.

    Here is a picture of it.



    Thanks,

    John

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    email nashbar, they can give you the manual on it. I am sure there is info on the back of the CPU
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    Senior Member Retro Grouch's Avatar
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    That looks to me like a relabeled Cateye computer. Try to find a Cateye website. Find an on-line manual and follow those directions. My bet it that'll work.

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    If it is a Cat Eye, you can download a manual here:
    http://www.cateye.com/en/manuals/66

    However, I think it may be more like a relabeled Avocet computer. For Avocet manuals, try here:
    http://www.avocet.com/instrpdfs/pdffiles.html

    Actually, it looks just like this one:
    http://www.avocet.com/instrpdfs/15_25Eng.pdf

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