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I have the 4.0 cycling computer. While riding the speed gauge will get stuck on big "0" and little "2" and not record speed for several minutes of so, or until I slow down to an almost stop. It still records distance during this time but happens several times per ride. Installation is all good etc. per bike shop.

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MAKE SURE THE MAGNET PASSES THE SENSOR AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE WITHOUT TOUCHING.MAKE SURE THE COMPUTER IS CALIBRATED TO THE CORRECT TYRE CIRCUMFRANCE.

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