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Does anyone have a User Manual for an old Nashua

Does anyone have a User Manual for an old Nashbar NA-HRM (heart rate monitor)? I can't remember how to set time and pulse zones.
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  • eakruk May 10, 2009

    Great. Can you scan and post it, please?



    Thanks!

  • eakruk May 11, 2009

    Is it possible to post to the fixya blog at blog.fixya.com?

  • eakruk May 12, 2009

    Worked like a charm. Thanks!

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Probably because the instructions were wrong - to set the clock you first have to press the big blue button "A" on the face for 2 secs, the use a pen to depress the silver recessed button "D" on left side to get past the 12/24 display, then depress the "D" button (not the "A" button as the instructions said) to set the clock.
To set pulse, press "A" two secs. Press it again to bypass recall mode. Now enter upper bound: pressing "D" constantly/intermittently as it falls to desired level. Press A to store. Now enter lower bound: press "D" again til it rises to correct level. If you overshoot it just comes round again.
I'm entering this here for when I lose my instruction sheet too!
The "B" button top right is the stopwatch/reset/start/stop - press to clear.
The "C" button lower right is the nitelite, and not recommended you use it more than 30 sec total/day.

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Yes, I have the manual

Posted on May 10, 2009

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  • Yagon May 11, 2009

    Hi, I can't get it below .98 mb without it becoming blurry , so unless you know of a program that can, I need another place to post or email it. Here they require less than 150 kb, so let me know.

  • Yagon May 11, 2009

    There's no where to post on blog.fixya.com, and it the same people as here so the requirement would be the same anyway. Give me something solid, I'm getting tired.

  • Yagon May 11, 2009

    Here again, I*'ve uploaded to this address :
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=HYCMSW9S (1.37mb), when you've viewed it let me know.


  • Yagon May 12, 2009

    Your welcome :)

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