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Sram Rival shift lever gets stuck

Old 02-15-10, 02:29 AM
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Sram Rival shift lever gets stuck

I recently purchased Sram Rival groupset and I just finished installing it to my bike. However, there seems to be something wrong with the right shifter. When I try to shift to a larger cog, the shift lever gets stuck in that position and I then have to pull it back to neutral position. At first it shifted ok but now for no apparent reason it started doing this.

So, do you think that there could be something wrong with my installation or is this just a faulty shifter? Is there anything that I could do with it or should I send it for warranty? I purchased this from other country so I think sending it back would cost quite a lot..
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Old 02-15-10, 05:29 AM
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Well this was an easy fix. I removed the shifter, stared at it, put it back and it started working.

Most important is that it is working but I'm still a bit worried that there comes this kind of issue when the bike still has zero miles on it..
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