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This is usually a bad connector or short in the monitor. Unfortunately I don't have any manuals on that particular model. It could be a faulty power supply or bad batteries so double check those as well.
In my tips and tricks page is a link to download the manual for free.
There is also a quick guide to settings on the F6, the F6 has several different types of ranges that can be set, so specific instructions would depend on what type of HR zone you are looking to set and whether it is one, two or three zones.
You need to go in and reset you heart monitor so it is set with the device. Go into accessories; heart rate monitor and reset it. For some reason, it loses it's connection with the monitor and needs to be reset. Especially if you haven't used it for a hwile. My son borrowed my garmin and heart reate monitor. I thought he broke it, but it just needed to be reset.
Remove the batteries and clean the battery contacts inside the device with a common pencil. Then insert new batteries that you know are fresh. That should fix it. If it still won't work for you go to Garmin.com and send it in for repair. Joe
After about 4 years, one day my monitor just wouldn't turn on. After making sure the batteries were new, I took out the four screws on the back of the monitor and made sure the two wire connections were tight. They were, so I called Fitness Quest customer service (1-800-321-9236) from their website (fitnessquest.com). For about $120 including shipping they sent me a new monitor. It took me about a minute to undo the old, plug in the new, and now it works great! The flat connection with the multi-colored wires requires a gentle squeeze with a pliers on the sides while you glently wiggle and pull it apart. Look at the new connector to see how it should come apart. Good luck!
Check it out. If you machine monitor shows and e-1 when trying to turn on. Take out the batteries and unscrew the four screws on the bottom of the monitor unplug it from the elliptical. Put the batteries back in turn on monitor the plug it back to the elliptical while still on and screw back in places. It worked for me hope it works for you too. Brian Pickens Long beach ca