Question about Polar F6 Wrist Watch
The reset will always solve the issue. It may have been due to Electromagnetic Interference or Static Electricity.
You can press and hold ALL buttons at the same time for 10-15 seconds. After that, simply reset the time/date. All saved information will be stored.
If you are still having a problem feel free to contact Polar Customer Support @ www.polarusa.com.
Hope this helps.
Chris @ Polar USA
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
My polar F11 froze today after over 30 months of continuous use. Many thanks for your suggestion to get it working again.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
Push all buttons except for the light button to reset the unit. Then press OK after beep. You'll then need to set time, date, etc. If this isn't clear, check the owners manual and search for "reset" - this just worked for my watch.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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wrist unit by pressing all the buttons
simultaneously for two seconds. All other settings
except time and date will be saved.
manual is here
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