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Hello Sports fans I use a Wahoo Element bike computer. Yes I know that this is a Garmin fan boy/girl zone but I thought I'd ask anyway. 😁😁 When you get an Element, they pair with your phone via the phones camera and a QR code on the newly started/opened Element. As I have a new phone, S9+, I want to link/pair it with the Element so that I can change the settings and screen layouts via the partner app. Now I have installed the app on the new phone, unpaired the Element with the old phone, done a "hold the Element power button for 10sec" type reset and still there's no "new" QR code on the Element to enable me to pair up with the new phone. Any information or help would be great. @gplama this is your bread and butter. Fingers crossed you can possibly help? In between Zwifts..? 😁🤞🤞👍 Thanks all.
Hey guys, Has anyone had experiences dealing with Quarq's customer service in Australia? I have a ~18month old Quarq RED powermeter that is returning >31000 when zero off-setting and because of that the power readings are virtually non-existent. The PM died at Cairns (race day) in June and I just assumed it was something to do with all the rain but after getting the TT bike out for the first time last week it is still not working. I tried a new battery and it didn't make a difference so I am guessing the next step is to get someone to look at it. I'm a bit disappointed to say the least. If you're spending almost $2K on a product you'd expect it to last longer than 18months? Is there something about products being fit for purpose or statutory guarantees that I could rely on when dealing with Quarq? TIA Rog
Quack posted a topic in TrichatI have used Aquaseal for minor wetsuit repairs (fingernail holes, small tears) and it's very good. Shop today recommended that Seal Cement would be better for wetsuit repair. (both made by same company) Anybody have any experience with both or with Seal Cement and advice as to which is better?