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PostPosted: Thu Mar 12, 2009 5:17 pm 
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Anyone knows of an online source (preferably european) for the SI SRM battery?


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Anyone have any tips on getting the cover fully back on? I can get it mostly on, but the plastic will not sit flush with the metal on the bottom. I have lined up the battery cutout on the bottom of the lid and also made sure no wires are getting caught underneath. I also cleaned and lubed the o-rings, and then removed any excess lube.

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Good job -- brave man!

Funny... my zero offset is always in the mid- to high-600 range.


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Sorry if I am unnecessarily confused.

It the battery for the regular SRM Pro the circular one shown in Mike's disassembly instructions?

I'm probably going to have to change one soon.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2009 2:45 pm 
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Here is what Mike Zagorski said about the rear cover install:

"they're a little fiddly... and held in place by the inner chainring which should seal it down..."

After putting on and removing the chainring - he was right - the rear lid stays in place.


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Hi,
do you think the battery electrode can be disconnected involuntarily ?
Because I was riding my bike with my SRM then I saw that my left crankarm wasn't tighten as it should be (space between the botton bracket and the crankarm since I lost the cache one week ago), so I stopped and screwed it down and perhaps I hit a bit on the right crankarm (the one with the SRM) to be sure there is no space between the bb and the left crankarm.
Then, I rode 1min and saw that I had no more power/cadence.

Yesterday, I tried to unmount everything, I also tried the sensor directly on the cadence magnet in the SRM to see if it works, I also checked my sensor cable but no power/cadence displayed.
The battery has been changed 5 months ago and I only rode 800km. It worked very well before that problem so I don't think the battery is dead. The only thing I can imagine, is either I hit it too much and disconnected the battery or *f##k* the electronic.
What do you think ?

It isn't warrantied any longer, so I would like to fix it by myself.


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The wires are soldered - so there is a low chance they disconnected. Open it up and take a look.


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Bikey wrote:
The wires are soldered - so there is a low chance they disconnected. Open it up and take a look.

Do I need something special to close it ? (I mean, something so it remains waterproof, because I want to be sure to make a good job, not like a pig!)


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No special tools, just follow the directions posted here.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 12:57 am 
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For those of you interested in doing the battery replacement yourself be aware that there are more than one type of battery. Below is a photo of a SRM with FSA crank. This model was new in 2008. As you can see the orignal batteries were round, these are rectangular. This part # is: LTC-7PN-S4


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:07 am 
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Same battery as the Cannondale version.


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do you need to re-calibrate the SRM after changing the battery?

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:43 am 
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No, the slope will not change (should not change). The zero offset will.


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One has to wonder why they have the battery there? Especially since the revised wireless model, they could have used several 2032 etc..


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:30 pm 
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OK - but does anyone know what is the code for the PC battery? PM battery is traceable - and obtainable in the US and EU - but what about the PowerControl battery?


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