Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Miles from Nowhere, Columbia County, OR
Bikes: 1980 Schwinn World Sport, 1982 Schwinn Super Le Tour, 1984 (?) Univega Single Speed/Fixed conversion, Kogswell G58 fixed gear, 1987 Schwinn Super Sport
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Try these steps in order, starting with the computer off (blank Screen):
1, Press the left button once to turn the computer on. It should display the date and time.
2, Press the right button three times. It should display "SETTINGS".
3, Press the center button once. It should display "cycling SET".
4, Press the right button three times. It should display "Bike SET".
5, Press the center button once. It should display "Bike" and a flashing number 1 or 2. If the number of the bike you wish to use is flashing, press the center button (ok) once. If you want the other number, press the right button once and then press the center button (ok) once.
The above five steps will set the bike number. Continue on for a possible solution to your cadence sensor problem.
6, The display should now read:
"AutoStart" with a flashing On or Off. Press the center button to ok or the right button (set) to change.
(I always set mine to Auto Start)
7, Now, to possibly solve the cadence sensor problem, The display should read "Cadence" with a flashing On or Off. Make your selection with the center (ok) button or the right (set) button.
The cadence needs to be set On.
If this fails to make it work, have a beer and turn the thing over to the distributor for help.