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PostPosted: Mon Aug 01, 2011 12:21 pm 
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This is very interesting and I'm also curious as to the final diagnosis and resolution.

In the meantime, I'm going to go and give my 2011 SR a great big hug. :lol:

It is indeed! I wonder how much working around Campagnolo's existing patents compromised DI2's reliability?


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 Post subject: Re: Di2 RD Problem...
PostPosted: Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:53 pm 
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Hey guys, apologies for not checking on this post for so long, I really appreciated the help I got trying to isolate this problem.

I ended up buying a new Di2 RD ASAP and replacing it. my Di2 on my road and TT bike has worked flawlessley aside from this problem which I think could have been caused by the crash. I think it may have just been bad luck when it did start malfunctioning 6 months after the crash, I have no way of telling how close it was to failing before this, maybe it was just a particular bike washing episode that allowed water in through a crack or damaged spot that had until then luckily avoided it :noidea:

It was expensive and I'll admit to being lazy when it comes to sending stuff in for warrenty work, but I ride my bike every day, and get most things (Shimano included) at trade price through a friend.

I don't know how common these problems are with Di2, I really enjoy using Di2 so this hasn't put me off.

In it's defence although the RD only had scuffs to it and I was able to ride an home without any adjustments to the RD I have no idea how hard it hit the road. I needed 18 stitches in my hip from the crash so it did better than me :thumbup:


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 Post subject: Re: Di2 RD Problem...
PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 7:56 am 
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one more here...

history: 2 years old external wired DA Di2 installed on a Scott Addict R2
bike used almost daily, 30-80mi/day (depending on training schedule)
for the last 30 days I haven´t cleaned it up and the bb area (and wires) is very very very dirty (dry mud, it´s been raining sometimes)
NEVER crashed

2 days ago I noticed something was wrong, it happened only 3-4 times and then continued to work fine
but today the problem showed up frequently and I could replicate it at home
I thought it could be the battery, but I charged it and the problem is still there

here´s what´s happening:
everytime I shift the RD, it moves the chain to the next sprocket correctly - BUT after a few seconds, the junction box blinks red twice and then the derailleur moves by itself again in the direction I had shifted before (up or down) - causing another (unwanted) shift...
my RD is ghost shifting...

as others have mentioned, I think I have a faulty RD too.
but isn´t it kinda "strange" that it´s happening after about 2 years of use - like with some other people who related the issue?

now let´s try to have it solved under warranty...

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hum... I hope Shimano takes care of you quickly.


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 Post subject: Re: Di2 RD Problem...
PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 7:17 pm 
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Try blowing out the connection at DR with compressed air. I had a riding buddy that had some rear DR issues and he had pulled the wire out when pulling it off a car rack and quickly pushed the wire back in before the ride. He didn't end up pressing the wire fully in and weeks later he had shifting issues. He inspected the DR to find moisture and dirt in the connection. It was cleaned with a q-tip and a bit of electronic connection cleaner and it works without issues again.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2012 11:26 pm 
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thanks civdic, i will give it a try

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here's a video of the malfunction:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrIY0hm2RBw&feature=plcp

Despite Shimano International says Dura Ace components have a 3-year warranty, Shimano Brasil refused to take care of the problem - and claimed that the warranty is for 1-year only... go figure...

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2012 1:48 pm 
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Thanks for posting that video. We have heard lots of talk about the 'ghost' shifting, but that is the first time we have actually seen it. Have you sent that to Shimano in Japan?


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i couldn't find an email address from shimano japan to send them the link...

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Not only is it ghost shifting, but it seems a little slow on the shifts compared to other 7970 systems I have seen.

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