I just recently pulled out our mountain bikes which have been sitting idle for some months.
I have the Cateye Micro Cyclocomputer CC6000 on my bike and there was no display.
Flat battery I assumed after I tried riding to get the display to come on and firstly pressing then holding each button both individually and together. Basically I tried any and every combination I could.
I decided to replace the battery and after doing so I find myself with the same problem!
Does anyone know what I should do to get the Cyclometer to work? (I'm guessing that it should come on automatically when the sensor on the wheel spins fast enough and for a pre-determined period of time)
Let me know what to try or your thoughts - is it stuffed or what???
It would be good if I could get it running again as it's a good unit and I've never had a drama with it untill now.
I know this is an old thread, but I just had the same problem but fixed it.
I put in a new battery and nothing happened. I held down some buttons, nothing. There is a white "select" button on the back and I held that down while holding down the front Start/Stop button and it came on.