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SOURCE: Battery in a Polar F7 heart rate monitor

Hello
You can change the battery in your polar f7 if the battery is worn out.
1. Insert the tip of a pen knife into the lifting point and lifting the back up. The back of the watch is only pressed into place and will come off easily this way.
2. Grab the small clip that is extending across the surface of the battery with a pair of tweezers. Slide the tweezers toward the end that hooks down into the watch. Pull the hook end of the clip out of the watch and remove the clip from the battery

3. Match the old battery with a new one at any electronic store. The store will be able to read the writing imprinted on the battery to make sure that you get the correct battery type for your heart monitor.

4. Press the new battery into the watch making sure that the writing on the battery is facing up.

5. Press the holding clip back into place. Handle the clip with tweezers only, since it is very thin and can be bent or lost easily. Once it is in place, press the back of the watch on.
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My heart rate monitor does not work when gripping the hand bars.


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1) Make sure the heart rate monitor is under your clothing, against your skin, and as high under the pectoral muscles as is comfortable. Note: If the heart rate monitor does not function when positioned as described, try moving it slightly lower or higher on your chest.

2) Make sure the logo on the sensor is facing forward and is right side up.

3) Use saline solution (saliva or contact lens solution) to wet the two electrode areas on the sensor unit. If the heart rate readings do not appear until you begin perspiring, re-wet the electrode areas.

4) As you walk or run on the treadmill, position yourself near the center of the walking belt. For the console to display heart rate readings

5) The heart rate monitor is designed to work with people who have normal heart rhythms. Heart rate detection problems may be caused by medical conditions such as premature ventricular contractions (pvcs), tachycardia bursts, and arrhythmia.

6) The operation of the heart rate monitor can be affected by magnetic interference caused by high power lines or other sources. If you suspect that magnetic interference may be causing a problem, try relocating the treadmill.

7) If the heart rate monitor still does not function properly, test it by having another person try it.

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How do you reset cardio track watch


u may have started wearing a Polar F11 Fitness heart rate monitor to help you keep track of your pulse during cardiovascular exercise. The monitor consists of a strap with electrodes that you attach to your chest, which transmit heart rate data to a receiver worn on your wrist like a watch. The wrist unit stores data and settings that you can customize, such as your weight, height and target heart rates. However, you may wish to reset the unit and start over with new settings. You can reset your Polar F11 by following a few easy steps.
Instructions

    • 1 Press any button to activate the Polar F11 Fitness heart monitor unit.
    • 2 Press all buttons on the Polar F11 Fitness heart monitor simultaneously, except the "Light" button. There are five buttons and the "Light" button is at the top left side of the unit. Continue to hold the buttons until the display fills with digits.
    • 3 Press the "OK" button, which is located on the right side of the unit in the middle of the up and down buttons. The Polar F11 Fitness heart monitor will reset.

Oct 02, 2011 | Nordic Track NordicTrack Treadmill, A2550

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Instructions to reset a nordictrack cardio track watch


You may have started wearing a Polar F11 Fitness heart rate monitor to help you keep track of your pulse during cardiovascular exercise. The monitor consists of a strap with electrodes that you attach to your chest, which transmit heart rate data to a receiver worn on your wrist like a watch. The wrist unit stores data and settings that you can customize, such as your weight, height and target heart rates. However, you may wish to reset the unit and start over with new settings. You can reset your Polar F11 by following a few easy steps.
Instructions:

    • Press any button to activate the Polar F11 Fitness heart monitor unit.
    • 2 Press all buttons on the Polar F11 Fitness heart monitor simultaneously, except the "Light" button. There are five buttons and the "Light" button is at the top left side of the unit. Continue to hold the buttons until the display fills with digits.
    • 3 Press the "OK" button, which is located on the right side of the unit in the middle of the up and down buttons. The Polar F11 Fitness heart monitor will reset.
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    Battery change, now no signal


    I found this on the internet......

    In the battery compartment there’s a gold contact that touches the top of the battery (+ve) which was in a position that would never make contact with the battery. I bent it out slightly, made sure the battery was seated correctly (i.e. flat) and as if by magic my heart rate appeared on the large Garmin display!


    Also found this..........

    I Have had the same problem couple of times (and forgotten each time how I solved it). I figured it out just now and this is what I did.

    1) turn on unit and put on heart monitor (make sure battery is good and wet heart strap)
    2) using the mode button navigate the menus to: Settings: General: Accessories: Heart Rate Monitor
    3) Once in the Heart Rate Monitor option make sure "Yes" is selected and then use the arrow buttons to highlight "Restart Scan" . Press the enter button to rescan for your heart monitor. (I had to rescan twice)
    Go back to the main monitor screen to see if you are recieving heart rate signals.

    I am not sure why a manual rescan needs to be done every time but it would be nice if Garmin fixed this issues in a unit software update (my unit has software version 2.80



    May 24, 2010 | Garmin Forerunner 305 GPS Receiver

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    I haven't used my Garmin Forerunner 305 for over a year - but have just started using it again. It wasn't picking up my heart rate from the HRM, so I changed the battery in the HRM but it is still not...


    I found this on the internet......

    In the battery compartment there’s a gold contact that touches the top of the battery (+ve) which was in a position that would never make contact with the battery. I bent it out slightly, made sure the battery was seated correctly (i.e. flat) and as if by magic my heart rate appeared on the large Garmin display!


    Also found this..........

    I Have had the same problem couple of times (and forgotten each time how I solved it). I figured it out just now and this is what I did.

    1) turn on unit and put on heart monitor (make sure battery is good and wet heart strap)
    2) using the mode button navigate the menus to: Settings: General: Accessories: Heart Rate Monitor
    3) Once in the Heart Rate Monitor option make sure "Yes" is selected and then use the arrow buttons to highlight "Restart Scan" . Press the enter button to rescan for your heart monitor. (I had to rescan twice)
    Go back to the main monitor screen to see if you are recieving heart rate signals.

    I am not sure why a manual rescan needs to be done every time but it would be nice if Garmin fixed this issues in a unit software update (my unit has software version 2.80


    Hope this helps......

    Feb 09, 2010 | Garmin Forerunner 305 GPS Receiver

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    Wont find heartrate


    I found this on the internet......

    In the battery compartment there’s a gold contact that touches the top of the battery (+ve) which was in a position that would never make contact with the battery. I bent it out slightly, made sure the battery was seated correctly (i.e. flat) and as if by magic my heart rate appeared on the large Garmin display!


    Also found this..........

    I Have had the same problem couple of times (and forgotten each time how I solved it). I figured it out just now and this is what I did.

    1) turn on unit and put on heart monitor (make sure battery is good and wet heart strap)
    2) using the mode button navigate the menus to: Settings: General: Accessories: Heart Rate Monitor
    3) Once in the Heart Rate Monitor option make sure "Yes" is selected and then use the arrow buttons to highlight "Restart Scan" . Press the enter button to rescan for your heart monitor. (I had to rescan twice)
    Go back to the main monitor screen to see if you are recieving heart rate signals.

    I am not sure why a manual rescan needs to be done every time but it would be nice if Garmin fixed this issues in a unit software update (my unit has software version 2.80


    Hope this helps......

    Feb 04, 2010 | Garmin Forerunner 305 GPS Receiver

    1 Answer

    Heart rate not being received after changing battery.


    I found this on the internet......

    In the battery compartment there’s a gold contact that touches the top of the battery (+ve) which was in a position that would never make contact with the battery. I bent it out slightly, made sure the battery was seated correctly (i.e. flat) and as if by magic my heart rate appeared on the large Garmin display!


    Also found this..........

    I Have had the same problem couple of times (and forgotten each time how I solved it). I figured it out just now and this is what I did.

    1) turn on unit and put on heart monitor (make sure battery is good and wet heart strap)
    2) using the mode button navigate the menus to: Settings: General: Accessories: Heart Rate Monitor
    3) Once in the Heart Rate Monitor option make sure "Yes" is selected and then use the arrow buttons to highlight "Restart Scan" . Press the enter button to rescan for your heart monitor. (I had to rescan twice)
    Go back to the main monitor screen to see if you are recieving heart rate signals.

    I am not sure why a manual rescan needs to be done every time but it would be nice if Garmin fixed this issues in a unit software update (my unit has software version 2.80


    Hope this helps......

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    Bpm isn't showed, i have changed the batery and bpm doesn't apear


    I just helpped some one else with same probelm, try this see if it works.


    In the battery compartment there’s a gold contact that touches the top of the battery (+ve) which was in a position that would never make contact with the battery. I bent it out slightly, made sure the battery was seated correctly (i.e. flat) and as if by magic my heart rate appeared on the large Garmin display!


    Also found this..........

    I Have had the same problem couple of times (and forgotten each time how I solved it). I figured it out just now and this is what I did.

    1) turn on unit and put on heart monitor (make sure battery is good and wet heart strap)
    2) using the mode button navigate the menus to: Settings: General: Accessories: Heart Rate Monitor
    3) Once in the Heart Rate Monitor option make sure "Yes" is selected and then use the arrow buttons to highlight "Restart Scan" . Press the enter button to rescan for your heart monitor. (I had to rescan twice)
    Go back to the main monitor screen to see if you are recieving heart rate signals.

    I am not sure why a manual rescan needs to be done every time but it would be nice if Garmin fixed this issues in a unit software update (my unit has software version 2.80


    Hope this helps......

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    I found this on the internet......

    In the battery compartment there’s a gold contact that touches the top of the battery (+ve) which was in a position that would never make contact with the battery. I bent it out slightly, made sure the battery was seated correctly (i.e. flat) and as if by magic my heart rate appeared on the large Garmin display!


    Also found this..........

    I Have had the same problem couple of times (and forgotten each time how I solved it). I figured it out just now and this is what I did.

    1) turn on unit and put on heart monitor (make sure battery is good and wet heart strap)
    2) using the mode button navigate the menus to: Settings: General: Accessories: Heart Rate Monitor
    3) Once in the Heart Rate Monitor option make sure "Yes" is selected and then use the arrow buttons to highlight "Restart Scan" . Press the enter button to rescan for your heart monitor. (I had to rescan twice)
    Go back to the main monitor screen to see if you are recieving heart rate signals.

    I am not sure why a manual rescan needs to be done every time but it would be nice if Garmin fixed this issues in a unit software update (my unit has software version 2.80

    Nov 01, 2009 | Garmin Forerunner 305 GPS Receiver

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    Garmin 405 pair to wrong HRM


    I Have had the same problem couple of times (and forgotten each time how I solved it). I figured it out just now and this is what I did.

    1) turn on unit and put on heart monitor (make sure battery is good and wet heart strap)
    2) using the mode button navigate the menus to: Settings: General: Accessories: Heart Rate Monitor
    3) Once in the Heart Rate Monitor option make sure "Yes" is selected and then use the arrow buttons to highlight "Restart Scan" . Press the enter button to rescan for your heart monitor. (I had to rescan twice)
    Go back to the main monitor screen to see if you are recieving heart rate signals.

    I am not sure why a manual rescan needs to be done every time but it would be nice if Garmin fixed this issues in a unit software update (my unit has software version 2.80)

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