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Old 02-23-11, 11:11 AM   #1
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unmounting cateye strada wireless rd300w

Hello, I have just installed cateye strada rd300w on my stem, and was wondering after putting the unit itself on the bracket, how do I unmount the unit again? The bracket, I can just easily take it out, but the unit clicked on to the bracket, and I can't seem to dismoutn it again. For instance, I want to take the computer itself out, so I don't have to worry about being stolen.
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Old 02-23-11, 11:25 AM   #2
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While pressing down firmly, slide the computer forward. It will disengage from the bracket. Don't force it, though. The clip on the bracket is somewhat fragile; it can last years, but when it breaks it will do so suddenly. Extra brackets are available from dealers or through cateye for $2. You might order one through cateye just to have onhand if your LBS doesn't stock them.
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There is a tab at the back of the mount that must be depressed to release the head unit. Press down firmly on it and the head should slide out forward.
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Thank you so much guys.
Really appreciate the help
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