Question about Garmin GPS
In my experience this is usually caused by poor conductivity between the skin and the chest band. To solve it, just before a ride dampen your chest and the ribbed part of the band on either side of the centre transmitter. For me this is more of a problem on cool days when I don't sweat. I have no problems on warmer days.
Posted on May 14, 2010
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