Question about Exercise & Fitness
I will disconnect the power source and the machine will recycle allowing me to again use. After several minutes, the resist motor error will again appear in the window of control panel and unable to see heart rate, minutes and calories burned. Do I need to replace the control panel?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Firstly, the ascent and descent are only approximate, and can be very approximate! This is because it's using GPS to calculate your height above sea level when GPS is really only accurate for position Lat and Long. When calculating height, a very, very small error can lead to a large variation in actual height. You should never use a GPS for height if needed for navigation (ie climbing walking etc) If you need accuaracy you will need to get a barometric altimeter.v
As for calories, I think you have identified your problem, it's calculating calories on running not cycling. Not sure what the answer is as I don't know what software you are using but if you are using Garmin TC, bin it and use SportTracks. Takes a bit of getting used to but to really get the best out of your 305 this is excellent software and it's free. Any anomolies like your calorie issue/wrong category import can be changed manually plus a whole host of other stuff. Garmin doesn't even let you edit activities - crazy.
Posted on May 04, 2009
Use this link and reset your Polar F6 completely:
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Posted on Jul 31, 2009
You certainly have had good service out of the battery. It is best left to a watch repairer to replace the battery.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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