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Decrease stride length on W-180 US

IUSING can only increase stride length but cannot reduce stride length, how can I do this _I am at 4.5 ft ???

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SOURCE: How do I adjust the stride length down?

To resett, rekove the battery but you will have to read the instructions to set up again, as stated above. Unlesss you can work out the functins yourself.


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