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Bontrager node1.1 computer

I have been given a Bontrger Node 1.1 bicycle computer and the appropriate speed sensor but cannot get any signal from sensor to computer. Any ideas?

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Sounds like one of two things: the head unit needs to pair up with the sensor again; or the battery in the sensor is dead. Here is a manual in PDF form for the process of setting up the computer: http://media.bontrager.com/owners_manuals/computers/Bontrager_Node_1.1_+_2.1_EN.pdf

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