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Machine does not register when rowing

Since I moved house (it must of got damaged in van!) my rower hasnt worked properly. The electronics are still on...but when you start to row it doesnt register! So it all just stays at 0. Can i fix this???

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You most likely moved or damaged the senser under the seat check if the wire is loose or damaged the the senser it in the center of the bottom side of the seat Good luck

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