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    Cateye CC-MC100W sensor magnet

    I cannot keep the sensor magnet in-place. Lately when I hit the brakes it rotates and contacts the sensor. I don't want to tighten the sensor magnet much more for fear of cracking the case. I already use a small set of pliers to tighten the circular screw. Maybe I've already over-tightened it?

    Has anyone had this same experience? Did you get it resolved? Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darich View Post
    I cannot keep the sensor magnet in-place. Lately when I hit the brakes it rotates and contacts the sensor. I don't want to tighten the sensor magnet much more for fear of cracking the case. I already use a small set of pliers to tighten the circular screw. Maybe I've already over-tightened it?

    Has anyone had this same experience? Did you get it resolved? Thanks in advance.
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    Really? I love that stuff. I've used it in the past to re-attach the rubber nose pieces on my glasses, and of course the sole of my mtb shoes. I'll give it a try. Thanks again.

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    I mounted mine where spokes cross so it has two attachment points.

    Bike computer is the hardest part of my new build.
    Last edited by DennisF; 12-02-2012 at 06:47 PM.

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