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Old 09-25-2012, 06:42 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Countdown View Post
Had that happen years ago on old 76C. I just bent what was left in and probably shoved something under it.

You do have it hard wired on bike (dah) and it is USB powered on the desk so you really don't even need batteries with this unit.
On the DR yes, KTM no. Plus I use it for hiking and on rental sleds. And back up batteries are a good idea.

I have been shoving the broken piece back in place and packing the battery compartment with foam ear plugs. It still works but I was hoping for a more permanent fix. I will try bit of solder and see if I have luck.
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