Question about Sigma Cycling
One of two things has happened to the unit, it's gone out for good or the button is messed up some how. If you look through any basic info on wiring you can realize that it's pretty simple to take something apart and put it back together. It's broken anyways so if it's not under waranty and you'd rather just fix it. Unscrew the screws holding the casing and look at where the switch is. it could have corroded due to rain or it could even just be stuck like an old cassette player.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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