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  1. HI Folks, I'm hoping someone can shed some light on my speedometer problem. It's not registering...or registers a speed for a fraction of a second and flips back to 0.0. This started yesterday. I have a Sondors original model X. Ordered and received in the beginning of January, 2018. I've been ridding to work-and-back routinely, as long as its not raining. I've put on about 600-700 miles so far. I was out for a healthy ride yesterday when I looked down and noticed the speed registering 0.0 miles per hour. I stopped, restarted the whole bike (powered off LCD; powered down the battery; powered it all back on again), and same thing. If I watch the LCD, every now and again, the speed registers for a brief moment. (like half a second, it will flash a speed and go back to zero) Pedal assist is working fine. The 5 ranges of assist are working as expected. The battery indicator is fine. The power assist indicator fluctuates based on assist or throttle levels. Odometer isn't working...for obvious reasons. (but I thought I'd point that out). I've gone around the bike and cleaned it all up. I thought maybe the speedometer was somehow fed by the pedal assist disk/magnet system; but evidently not. Any thoughts on this? Where's the speed measured from? Thanks! Matt
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