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Old 02-10-08, 11:10 AM   #1
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trek sensor computer instructions

Where I down load a instruction sheet for the computer. thanks
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Old 02-10-08, 11:22 AM   #2
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Trek's web site, under "Equipment and Accessories" has discriptions of all of their cyclometers and each one has a tab for Instruction Manual. See if you can find yours or one like it. I think Trek's are made by Cat-Eye (the earlier ones were) so their web site is another possibility.
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Old 02-10-08, 11:58 AM   #3
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None on that site worked for my old computer, I think trek bought them from Gary Fisher. It may be just too old to find anything, other than a biker who may have one on hand to scan.
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Check out Sheldon Brown's web site. He has several articles on cyclometer installation and calibration numbers for many models. Here is the index to the various articles:

http://www.sheldonbrown.com/cyclecomputers/index.html
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Been there too, it was close but not exact, thanks for the replys.
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Sensor 2 buttons

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Where I down load a instruction sheet for the computer. thanks
Did you find it ?
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I have an old Trek Sensor 2 button, like to the picture posted by gonogo and need an instruction manual. Thank you. Alberto
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