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Old 05-15-04, 11:30 AM   #1
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Anyone got the owners manual for a Bell SpinFit speedometer?

Lost my manual and the thing got reset, and I can't remember the exact way to reset it so that it's accurate.

The first set of numbers that comes up is 2126, and I know that's for the tire size but I can't remember what to change it to for a 26" tire. Later 080 comes up and I can't remember at all what that number is for.

Could someone help me out who may still have the manual for theirs?

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Old 10-11-04, 08:59 PM   #2
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undefinedHey i heard you are looking for a Bell Brand SpinFit speedometer right?Well you are in luck because I just bought a speedometer today.alright here is what the manual says,ater installing the battery the default whell factor2124 will appear with the digitfurthest to the right blinking.that is the correct setting for a 26inch wheel.if that is your wheel size then press the upper button four times to confirm.next the kph or mph thing will go on the screen.press the lower button to choose which one you want and press the upper button to confirm.next is the 12or 24 hour format.lower button to choose top to confirm.next screen is kb or lb.bottom for choice top to confirm.next put in your weight by pressing he lower button until te correct digit appears.press top button to lock in confirmed number.keep doing so until all number are your weight.and that should do it
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mine isnt working right and i have a bell spin fit speeometer
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Old 10-11-04, 09:34 PM   #4
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You could always take it back to wherever you purchased it...they should be glad to help you set it up.
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Lost my manual and the thing got reset, and I can't remember the exact way to reset it so that it's accurate.

The first set of numbers that comes up is 2126, and I know that's for the tire size but I can't remember what to change it to for a 26" tire. Later 080 comes up and I can't remember at all what that number is for.

Could someone help me out who may still have the manual for theirs?

Thanks.
26" -(650A) 2073
26.4" (700x20c) 2107
26.5" (700x25c) 2117
26.6" (700x25C) 2124
26.8" (700x28c) 2136
27" (700x32c) 2155
27"x1.25 2155
ATB 26"x1.3 1995
ATB 26" x1.5 2030
ATB 26" x 1.75 2045
ATB 26"x2 (650B) 2099

According to the manual. Omitted the 28" and the 24" and below tire factor sizes. You can email Bell for a replacement manual (I got the manual replaced as well), it's free.

Or you can consult sheldon browns website about setting up the wheel factor. Best way is to do a roll out.
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Old 10-12-04, 01:10 AM   #6
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Many manufacturers have manuals on their web site for free download. Have you tried Bell's web site?

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Yes. Here it is: Gadgets Page Bell Spinfit Calorie Speedometer Instruction Manual. You can download a PDF of the manual from this page as well.
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Yes. Here it is: Gadgets Page Bell Spinfit Calorie Speedometer Instruction Manual. You can download a PDF of the manual from this page as well.
You do realize that this thread has been dormant for a decade and that the OP is probably on his 3rd or 4th computer by now, right?
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