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I do not think the magnet and mounting bracket on my Bell f20 Bike Computer are aligned properly, but can't find an image of what it is supposed to look like. Thermometer and clock work fine. No other stats taken. Can any one help?

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Many mounting brackets have an alignment mark on the sensor that should be aligned with the center of the magnet. The distance between the sensor and magnet is also critical, usually needs to be 1-2 mm.

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