Power meter issues + MTB power meter on a roadbike

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by AlexJ

Basically, my powertap has stopped working after new batteries have been placed in (pro+) I've done all thing suggested to do unless there are any more that are more unknown.

seems like it needs replacing/repairing which isn't cheap from what i have been told. but i do have a Quarq MTB one, so can I use this on my road bike if i switch the rings to larger ones (80mm/120bcd).

Is this possible, aslong as i can get it re calibrated via their app and the correct procedure to do so.

or any suggestions on what could be wrong with the PT.
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by jekyll man

Dumb question but.....
Its the old 2 hearing aid battery type? have you put the batteries in the wrong way round?
It is possible...

or check to see if your new batteries are any good?
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by eric

If it's not something you can fix, Saris has a good warranty. If it's out of warranty, then they have a good repair program that's not too expensive.

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by Geoff

On your second question, you may have a chain line issue with the MTB crank.

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