Question about Cycling
Need instructions to reset computer
Here are some things the book doesn't tell you:
You have to completely reset the speedometer and lose your odometer to reset the MPH. Hold both buttons for 3 secs to get reset. (Remember to use the left button to walk through the setup process and use the right button to change the settings.) First set the wheel size using Ideluna's settings above on this page (right button to change the setting and left button to go to next number). Next is MPH/KPH, after wheel size setting, push left button again and km flashes. Push right button to change the setting to MI. Next is TIME. Push left button and you'll see the time. Hold down left button till 24hr appears. Push right button to change to 12hr. Then push left button to go to flashing hour. Change with right button. Then left button to go to flashing minute. Right button to change minute, hold down to change minutes fast. Now you are set up. Now the process changes, use the right button to walk through the menu and use the left button to reset. Don't push both buttons anymore unless you want to reset everything again. If you want to reset something just hold the left button down until 0. When you are in SCAN mode, push the right button to go to Time, To go back to SCAN once, hold the right button down - It will scan everything once and return to TIME. To go to ODO, push right button once, push again for DST, push again for MXS, push again for AVS, push again for TM, push again for SCAN to stay in SCAN.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
How to I reset Bell wireless speedometer to MPH instead of KMH?
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
I have just bought this model, I can scan the booklet and send it to you. Email> email@example.com. Ron.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
Hold down both left and right buttons and everything should light up
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
I've had my Bell Consone 200 for some time now. I know how. To reset it bit wanted to double check that I entered the correct code to calibrate the speedometer to my wheel size. I've changed from 26"x1.5" to 26"x4" to 700C (AKA 28"x 1 5/8").
Your instructions code 2124 for a 27" and 700C wheels, code 2237 for 28" wheels.
In the time I've owned my Bell Console 200, the range of wheel sizes has expanded. I find that using a measuring tape to find the circumference of the tire (mounted and inflated) gives a different code to program the speedometer. Is 2213 (87.125"=221.2975cm)the correct code for a 28"x1 5/8" (700C) wheel?
Just came here to double check - not that this site wasn't helpful (I was refreshed on how to program), but now I have another question. Your listed specs have me unsure on the correct speed code to enter.
I can be emailed at PiecePatrol@Gmail.com
Posted on Jan 03, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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