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MTBK – Mountain Biking in Kent: Instructions for CatEye MICRO Wireless Cycle Computer (CC-MCW)

I’ll print your work and carry it with me. Dave Cary 24 March at It got my ride this evening pretty much spot on. I think this is a bit pointless seeing as you have to buy a whole new sensor and mountings for your second bike and may as well then get a second computer. You basically cable tie the sensor to the fork don’t do it too tight at first then slide the magnet onto the spoke. You can set this to 12 or 24 hour see dc-mc100w.

Now if you could just write some instructions for building an IKEA fitted wardrobe You’re right, the people spend cx-mc100w money with this product and the manufacturer writes one of the worst instructions manual i ever seen in my life. Anne Cowan 6 January at The time below starts to flash.


Cateye CC-MC100W Owner’s Manual

Unknown 20 January at Thanks, Dave Cary dcary hotmail. It is nice to know I was not the only one. I prefer in the centre as I have a lockout switch cc-mc100s the right hand side of my handlebars already. The trick here is get the magnet to glide past the sensor zone marked on the sensor with a gap of 5mm or less between the two. It’s good that your career area give you a heads up on mabual the “instruction flow.

Greetings from Simi Valley, CA! Use the MODE key to move the digits up or down.

Once you’ve done this successfully, you will hear a nice quiet ‘tick’ when the magnet passes the sensor as you spin the wheel. The instructions that came with my cateye suck You can find your tyre size either printed on the side of your tyre or in the owners manual and then match it to the table below to get your circumference figure for the Computer. Thank you so much for posting this — my husband and I are just getting into biking and you saved us a lot of time trying to decipher those terrible instructions.

Tusker 8 September at Tomoko 22 October at Therefore, I’ve ignored the ‘2 bikes’ options. Cheers for these instructions. It’s the American way! However, the backlight is terrible.

Maryellen Gray 25 August at Mark Horowitz 30 August at In general, I have always been dismayed that in almost every endeavor, instructions are boiled down to sketches and icons rather than simple written instructions that tell one explicitly what needs to be done. Morgs 24 November at This takes you to the Advanced Functions menu. This seems to be a very common complaint and having sat down for a while and done a bit of research on the net, I can now write out some instructions to hopefully save some people a bit of time!!!


I just spent about twenty minutes trying to figure it out again as I changed the size of my tires. Just followed your set up and did it in 10 minutes.

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Much better than the Cateye ones. The manual only goes up to C. In the past I’ve gone back to bike shops and they, too, have had to fool around with it until they stumbled upon mnaual correct sequence.

My husband and I spent the better half cc-mcc100w a day trying to figure out how to set the clock and until we found your instructions and finally we got it done. Thank you for posting this, it’s really helpful. Thank you for restoring my sanity. Jack Pommer 29 May at