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I am pretty sure on the slime I use that it says I had to ride the bike immediatley after I put it in for about 5 miles, this was to throw the slime to the outer edge, also have you tried with the valve at the top of the wheel when pumping?

Please let me know if this doesnt help, if it does however can you rate my answer.

Posted on May 29, 2011

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How can I replaced battery on my digital sport tire gauge


Open up the gauge, and replace the old battery with a new working one. They put the battery in there so it must be able to be taken apart. Just have patience and you will see how.

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How to some slime in tire now i cant get air in tire?


You will need to remove the valve completely from the rim, from the inside, it will pull out completely get some needle nose pliers under the rim and pry it out. Replace by inserting a new valve from inside the rim and pulling snugly until it "pops in".

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How to replace battery


Remove the 4 screws in the side with a Phillips precision screw driver. Very small. Pry the 2 halves apart carefully. 2 small button size batteries and probably a metal clip will fall out. The clip looks like a figure eight. Replace the batteries with 2 Energizer 357/303 batteries. Place the metal clip back with the indentions up. You will see where it goes when you get it apart. The batteries will go on top of the clip with 1 battery plus side up nearest the on switch and the other battery plus side down. When you put the 2 halves back together it should come on. Mine did. Don't over tightened the 4 small screws

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Battery replacement


It takes 2 Energizer 357/303 battery.

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Replacing battery for unit


How can I replace battery's on my digital tire gauge

Jan 11, 2013 | Slime SPORT DIGITAL TIRE GAUGE

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I use Slime in my bike tires and am following dealers recommondation that I pump up tire to 40 lbs pressure every 2 weeks.I am encountering problems inflating tires.It seems that the Slime will not allow...


I am pretty sure on the slime I use that it says I had to ride the bike immediatley after I put it in for about 5 miles, this was to throw the slime to the outer edge, also have you tried with the valve at the top of the wheel when pumping?

Please let me know if this doesnt help, if it does however can you rate my answer.

May 29, 2011 | Slime Tire Sealant

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The tire spins on the axle, it is deflated and will not blow up


If this is, as I suspect, a tubeless tire that has deflated and the bead has broken away from the rim, you will have a job getting it to inflate! When I have this trouble, I have had success using stainless clamps around the tire to squeeze it, I have also used a belt and a rope to make the tire fatter at the bead area. Wrap the weapon of your choice around the tread area and tighten it as mych as you can. If you have a air compressor, you may have success with this. If you are using a tire pump - as we say here in my state "foregetaboutit!" Take the tire to a tire shop and give them some bucks to blow it up for you.

You may want to get a product called "slime" at the auto parts store. Slime will seal leaks in tubeless tires (not for used on the highway). Remove the valve in the stem. With the special applicator, put the proper amount of slime into your tire and reinflate it. Roll it around to distribute the slime on the inside.

Most importantly, KEEY AN EYE on the pressure. As you are learning, it is a pain in the neck to have this problem.

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Dec 20, 2009 | Troy Bilt Walk Behind...

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Nail in the tire


Tube or tubeless?

Tubeless ... get some "slime" from the auto parts store. A small bottle will do. Follow the instructions on the container. You might want to get a can of "inflator" but be careful with it.

Tube type ... you can probably patch it. Go to same auto parts place and get a Slime patch (near the slime).

If they dont know what you are talking about ... go to a real auto parts place.

Hope this helps your friend

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Oct 07, 2009 | Health & Beauty

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Tire / Slow Leak Question


Dunk this tire so you know where the leak is coming from to start with so you know how to address the repair needed. Many shops will charge you and extra $10 for having to deal with that slime stuff. The fix a flat is not a repair.

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