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I have had a similar problem and solved it by using a small piece of foam pipe insulation. I see no reason why a piece of sponge or similar material wouldn't work. I used two zip ties to hold the spacer in place, then positioned the sensor pick-up.
I'm basing this on my 810 but I assume they're similar. You can create a new profile for riding on the turbo. For each profile you can select which sensors are used. If you turn off GPS and turn on cadence and speed (and HR if you have it) you can use it indoors. You might need another sensor to pick up wheel speed if you only have a cadence sensor. A ...
There are a few ways you can do the magnet sensing: Reed switch (a switch which physically closes with a magnetic field). If you swap the two wires, the sensor will work fine (i.e. it doesn't matter). You can test for this using the continuity tester mode of your multimeter (you'll have continuity if the magnet is near the sensor, and open circuit with ...
I have a Garmin 510 unit with a GSC-10 speed/cadence sensor. If you don't already have a seperate cadence sensor installed, a combined speed/cadence sensor like the GSC-10 from Garmin (or any other ANT+ sensor from other manufacturers) is the easiest. Just pair the sensor to your unit as per manual and you're good to go. However, you should realize that ...
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