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odometer on a flight deck(6 posts)

odometer on a flight decksievers11
Jul 17, 2003 6:27 AM
I have a SC-6500 flight deck, can I reset the odometer? I just replaced my battery.

possible answers
1. no, why whould shimano add that feature?
2. yes, and here is how...

thanks
1 (nm)Crankist
Jul 17, 2003 6:47 AM
re: odometer on a flight deckglobalhelipimp
Jul 17, 2003 6:48 AM
Yes, you can. Under the Flight Deck unit there should be a
little button. I'm pretty sure if you press that (maybe
hold in in for a few seconds) it resets the odo.

Good luck.
re: odometer on a flight deckCrankist
Jul 17, 2003 6:53 AM
Removing the batt. achieves the same reset condition as pressing that button. I figuring globalhelipimp wants to reset the odometer to read original mileage in which case: 1.
I'm a litttle bit drunkCrankist
Jul 17, 2003 6:57 AM
Hope this clears it up: Removing the batt. achieves the same reset condition as pressing that button. I'm figuring sievers11 wants to reset the odometer to read original mileage in which case: 1.
thanks, I am a little dumber now.sievers11
Jul 17, 2003 7:11 AM
Hitting the ac button is the same as taking out the battery.

"I'm pretty sure" it resets it to zero. I don't want it at zero, I want it at the millage it read before I took the battery out.