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My sl 3.0 no longer picks up the signal from sensor so speed/ride time no longer work. I have changed all batteries and checked sensor area for mud/debris etc. the unit is less than twelve months old. The shop I bought from has since stopped trading so cannot return through normal channels. Thanks

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My sl 3.0 no longer picks up the signal from sensor so speed/ride time no longer work. I have changed all batteries and checked sensor area for mud/debris etc. the unit is less than twelve months old. The...

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It happend with me and it took a long time to figure it out.
So try theese steps out:
1: check the ID number: (hold the right (mode) button for 5 seconds till "ID" is written on the screen) - if there is no number shown thats a good sign.
2. press the reset button on the remote (before make sure that the magnet is placed close enough and it is passes right true in the center of the battery cap of the remot) so RIGHT MAGNET POSITIONING IS ESENTIAL
3. after pressing RESET spin the wheel aproximatly for one minute.

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Ps. A stronger magnet might also help.

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