Transmission icon in receiver blinking

Discussion in 'Power Training' started by tanggoman, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. tanggoman

    tanggoman New Member

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    Hi all PT users,

    As what the subject says, is this time to change the battery of the receiver? or the hub? Or both? I have a ride this Sunday on the TOC's category 1 Sierra Road, I dont want it to be dying out on me!

    Thanks!
     
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  2. BlueJersey

    BlueJersey New Member

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    The hub.

     
  3. tanggoman

    tanggoman New Member

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    When opening the hub for PT SL, does anyone know what kind of wrench I can use? I read the manual that it recommends a spanner wrench? Pardon the ignorance, but I've never seen one! :eek:

    Cheers!
     
  4. flapsupcleanup

    flapsupcleanup New Member

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    I rode sierra road the morning before the TOC guys came through. What a great climb! That sucker is steep, I'll tell you what :eek:

    I'm jealous if you get to ride it regularly.
     
  5. tanggoman

    tanggoman New Member

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    It will be my first time riding it, so until I have experienced it myself, I dont believe its steep! :eek: :D :)

    I ride Mt Diablo 3x a week and they say if you are comfortable going up this hill, everything else will be easy! As they say, "we'll soon find out!"
     
  6. daveryanwyoming

    daveryanwyoming Well-Known Member

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    Try Old Priest's Grade up towards Yosemite, Sonora Pass or Some of the hills on Fresno's Climb to Kaiser if you want to see California steep. Diablo is a fantastic climb, but not really all that steep :)
     
  7. tanggoman

    tanggoman New Member

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    I just replaced the batteries last night and quite frankly it was very easy and the plastic cover, can be opened by hand, just use a rubber grip. Just make sure when replacing it, put grease on the o-rings so that it would make a tight seal.

    Thought I'd share this one!

    Cheers!
     
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