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Let me know if it works for you. Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply MadeUpName May 16, 2010 at 7:29 am #25 I have a 310XT and used to get the same HR It should be up under your bra. Name * Email * Website Comment I would like to support DCR and enjoy ad-free DC Rainmaker ($20 per year). http://brsgrp.com/heart-rate/polar-heart-rate-monitor-chest-strap-not-working.html

Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Jimmy Brunelle November 15, 2011 at 1:08 pm #49 Great post, DC. I tried it fresh out the box, and the heart rate did the same thing, 00. Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Brian April 9, 2010 at 9:52 pm #15 Great post Ray. I usually just run my hand under some water (either from the sink at home or a water bottle) and rub the sensors with my hand. http://support.polar.com/us-en/support/FAQs/Troubleshooting_Heart_Rate_Signal_Reception

Polar Heart Rate Monitor Not Detecting Heart Rate

June 29, 2012 12:27PM 0 Steph4454 Posts: 161Member Member Posts: 161Member Member I had a Polar F6 that lasted about 2 years before it messed up, and it wasn't because of Dry with a soft cloth. What do you think, is a Garmin working under a shirt and a thin jacket (is the technology different) or should I forget to count calories and zones in a cold Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Phil February 3, 2014 at 11:48 am #12 In short (being a hairy bugger) I have to shave my

Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Lnw80050 April 6, 2010 at 4:26 pm #5 I usually have the opposite problems, I have these huge dips, Sign in to make your opinion count. The strap can become loose during workouts. Polar Electrode Belt I think mine went dead.

FT40 Polar Heart Rate Monitor Watch How to Change Polar Heart Rate Monitor Batteries How Important Is Heart Rate Monitoring During Exercise? Polar Heart Rate Sensor H1 Not Working Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Anonymous November 6, 2010 at 2:03 pm #28 Great article. In terms of price, there's a big delta between the FT4 and the FT7. http://support.polar.com/en/support/if_heart_rate_is_not_found_with_polar_heart_rate_sensor not to be gross, and this is directly from personal experience with my cateye, which works perfectly when I do this, and horribly when I don't.

Other than that i love it, it's pretty accurate, i need it during HIIT exercises. Polar A300 Heart Rate Monitor Pairing February 1, 2013 1:48AM 0 JasonsSoulMate Posts: 150Member Posts: 150Member SNAP!! The most common reason for me was not rinsing the strap often and properly after each use, sweat residue really screws up its performance! FWIW, cheers Ted March 20, 2014 12:50PM 0 gerla_k Posts: 312Member Posts: 312Member I bout my FT4 almost 3 years ago, works very well.

Polar Heart Rate Sensor H1 Not Working

Yes, if the cost isn't a big factor, I would get one with a fit test too.

But now the new strap is having the same problem. Polar Heart Rate Monitor Not Detecting Heart Rate But I digress. Polar Heart Rate Monitor Not Pairing Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...

They were all still under warranty, so I just bring them back and get a new one and wait until it breaks again..*lol* MANY people report problems, so personally I think check over here BTW, my old FT1 has been running for about 5 years now without a hiccup. Based on their offering for the existing soft strap (strap+transmitter together as the only option) I'm guessing not. I think I'll get some of that gel & see if that helps. Polar Heart Rate Monitor Reading Too High

  1. Has worked perfectly so far.
  2. here's a pic to clearly illustrate what i mean.
  3. It's getting colder, I've been doing more rides early, when it's REALLY cold, and I'm definitely not working up a sweat early on, cause the first couple of miles are flat
  4. It seems to drop the bpm reading every now and then, no matter how sweaty I am.

Of course I'm sure...that doesn't mean I'm right..... "There's no sense being stupid unless you show it." "that was like trying to teach a goldfish how to play basketball over the That was one of the reasons I went for the Polar to be honest, some HRMs have to be sent back to the manufacturers for battery replacement however, the model I Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Anonymous April 23, 2012 at 9:15 pm #62 Are all chest band the same, not transmitter onley the soft http://brsgrp.com/heart-rate/polar-heart-rate-strap-not-working.html They use it for the contacts on ekg electrode and such.

Anyhow, now it is in perfect shape. Polar Watch Won't Turn On I haven t used the strap for a certain period of time and now, when resting it showed 100-150 bpm and during exercise 200-250, obviously wrong. I was about to give up and try a different strap when I stumbled upon a solution.

February 1, 2013 2:19AM 0 kristinlc88 Posts: 63Member Member Posts: 63Member Member You might need to update the firmware on the device as well How would you do that?

Do you think they will ever offer the new strap standalone without the transmitter? Reply With Quote 02-22-2011 #9 il sogno Sooper Dooper Moderator! I've experimented with it higher and under the bra and have had no luck. Polar Ft4 Troubleshooting Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Andrew Quan September 29, 2012 at 3:28 am #87 Rainmaker, I've been having problems with the Garmin Premium Heart

I decided it was time to replace the battery…. Moving the strap can fix it for a couple of minutes and then it heads straight back up to the silly numbers. It's been working now for 5 minutes straight. weblink Tried also move strap on my back, but it worked only before ride with freshly electrode gel added ..

Despite periodic cleanings, I just can't bring myself to do it. I'll try this out again on a longer run this weekend. ConsumerREVIEW.com, a business unit of Invenda The Site Reviews Forums User Reviews Classifieds Video Hot deals About Roadbikereview About Us Contact Us Terms of Use Privacy Policy Advertising Visit us at Of course I'm sure...that doesn't mean I'm right..... "There's no sense being stupid unless you show it." "that was like trying to teach a goldfish how to play basketball over the

Eureka! Seawater and swimming pool chemicals can affect ECG signal reception. I am thinking of wrapping bubble wrap round the monitor to protect it from wind chill. If you have tried everything above and you still get 'Check WearLink!/ Check heart rate transmitter!' message, the heart rate sensor battery may be empty.

They all mix and match. Just to make sure my heart wasn't acting up, I put my old FT1 on the other wrist. Also I'm a diesel resting HR: 37 max HR: 178 biking, 183 running. 30yo triathlete and cyclocrosser Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Rainmaker May I don't know if the synthetic fabric the strap is made of was interfering with a charge of its own or it was the soaking that finally made the right contact,

Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Rainmaker July 30, 2012 at 5:54 pm #78 Yup, no problems at all - I do it all the But has anyone run into problems with them suddenly not working correctly after just a few months?