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Hmm, it sounds like something mechanical in the inner portion of the trainer... Do you think it is just a couple loose bolts / screws? It is hard to tell without seeing it in person... this is a very difficult "remote" repair..
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Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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It's in the Right Foot Pedal. Under the right foot pedal is a "Computer Compartment" the battery is there: 1 AAA battery, should do it.
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