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Works erratically, am wondering if the contacts where the belt snaps together need to be cleaned, but I don't know how to clean them.

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First up, are the batteries in the belt OK? That is usually the first thing to go on any Polar. Secondly, you're placing it in the right position, it's comfortably tight ( doesn't go lose as you breathe out ) and your head unit isn't right out on some Tri bars or something? Sometimes they don't like to send too far, and putting it back closer to the belt is the answer. A quick way to clean the contacts is with an old toothbrush and tooth paste, as this usually has mild abrasive in it. My bet is the battery in the belt is getting low, as it's a common problem.

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