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After 2 yrs, my resperate has stopped functioning. the batteries are fine, the unit works, but the chest sensor doesn't appear to be communicating. What can I do?I have checked the connections at both end, as well as the continuity of the wires. All I get is a loose band symbol, with occasional startup tones when I fiddle with the sensor. Please help, haven't got much hair left!

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