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Hi, I do a lot with these bikes, I think if you are getting a weak spark there is a couple things to check. First, do you understand how it builds the power to create the spark? The magnet in the flywheel has to be very close to the magnito or coil, if the gap is too much it will cause a weak spark, if the magnet is weak, weak spark, if the coil is shorting internally, weak spark. If the plug wire is damaged, weak spark. I hope this helps you.
If you have, try a double hook like this
1) cut a coat hanger to get some stiff wire (or wire if you have)
2)straighten it out, then bend it till you have a narrow U (wire is folded back on itself)
3) bend the ends to make little hooks, slightly smaller than the inside of the seat post, they should be bent opposite each other (pointing in opposite directions), and be bent over more than 90 degrees (pointing back towards you if you are holding the u)
4) insert the hooked ends in, push them down past the seatpost, then pull back,they should catch
5) pull it out
The computer on your Schwinn DX900 exercise bike uses one 1.5V AAA battery. In order to replace the battery, you'll need to:
1. unscrew the computer from the mount 2. gently disconnect the computer sensor wire from its socket 3. unscrew the back panel of the computer (four screws) 4. remove the old battery and install the new 5. repeat steps 1-3 in reverse order.
There should be a boult that securs a wire. untighten that bult. pull the wire until the brake is near the rim of the weel. hold that wire there wile tighting the boult. if you cant tighten it your self, have some one help you. that should do it. if you are having trouble with the part that you push to stop the bike, change it and start the instrutions on the top again there you go.
There are six main types of mountain bikes. These include: comfort, hybrid, hardtail, single speed, full suspension and freeride. One of these types of bikes will fit your style and riding needs. Talk with a bike salesperson to determine which one will work best for you.
What settings do you mean? The important adjustments are the seat height and position of the handlebars. You might mean the gear selectors, one will have 1-2-3 (or may 1-2) and the other will have 1-2-3-4-5-6 (or maybe up to 7 or just up to 5). These are meant for the rider to make changes while riding for going up or down hill or into a headwind, etc. If the bike is in good shape, you shouldn't have to set anything except maybe the seat height.
I'm sure it already is cooled down but it needs to cool down after an episode like that. Hopefully the motor stopped running as an over heating issue. If the charger wire melted on the motor where it plugs in, it was to HOT to plug it in at that moment, you should only charge a cool battery. Fuse you can check for look somewhere in the area of the battery, you might need to remove a cover or two to find, if there is one or maybe a fusible link is somewhere in the system.Without seeing this particular bike I cannot tell you exactly where to look. Maybe try online they have service centers for these bikes maybe in your area type in the info on the bikes info plate somewhere on the bike, as a random search for parts and info. Good luck!
1. the other end of the brake cable with the stopper,insert to the handle brakes.there is a guided slot for it. 2.go to the brake assembly.loosen the nut and find the small hole at the shaft of the flat head bolt.insert the cable. 3. adjust the brake.pull the cable until it is in the best tension,slowly rotate the brake nut to keep the cable in place. 4. try to grip the brakes and try pushing the bike while testing the tires if it skid.try to ride it to so that your weight will be calculated with the brakes. 5. adjust the brakes by repeating the above instruction until desired brake adjustment is achieved.