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I've just presented a new Sigma BC 1609 (wireless), assembled, put the sensor on the fork and a magnet on a spike, set the wheel size, looks fine. But the speedometer does not work - it is just flashing? Any hints?

Thank you.

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You've to "marry" the transmitter and receiver -- go through a little "ceremony" to get them to recognize each other. There will be a procedure for this in the instructions. (That said, the first wireless Cateye I got was no good and I had to return it for a replacement. Wireless is still not all that reliable.) –  Daniel R Hicks Mar 18 '13 at 10:53
    
Thank you. I found out that the gap was just too big between sensor and the magnet. It is ok now. –  Alex Buznik Mar 18 '13 at 11:07
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Alex, on Stack Exchange sites, it's perfectly acceptable to answer your own question. Do you want to take your update and making it an answer? –  Neil Fein Mar 18 '13 at 15:20
    
I wanted to, but yesterday could not because of the novice limitation (not allowed to reply your own question in under 8 hours) –  Alex Buznik Mar 19 '13 at 9:45

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update After watching the installation video on the Sigma web-site, understood that the gap was too big between sensor and the magnet. So the sensor shouldn't parallel to the wheel, but pointing towards it -

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