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Hi, i have bought a bike with a polar cs100 computer attached,only for some reason can remove the display unit, please can you assist me on the save removal of the device.as i do not have any instructions. thanks richard

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Is it mounted on the handlebar? Try pushing down gently and then twist 90 degrees. It should come away from the bar mount. It attaches the same way in reverse. 

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