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Your tracker resets your data to zero each night at midnight. For most trackers, your minute-to-minute data will be stored in your tracker for up to seven days without syncing. If you have a Fitbit Alta™ your minute-to-minute data is stored for up to five days. A daily summary of your activity is stored for up to 30 days.
Keep in mind that your calorie burn estimate will begin each night at midnight, so if you're up late and moving around, your tracker will adjust your calorie burn accordingly. Even if you are asleep at midnight, you will still see that you've burned some calories upon waking up in the morning. This is because you still burn calories even if you are sedentary or sleeping. Fitbit calculates your calorie burn based on information about your age, gender, height and weight.
Let me ask a question.
Is the time of day arrow pointing at the time of day right now?
If not, you can reset the time wheel by I think pulling it away from the body and rotating it.
If so, can you simply adjust the timer so that when it goes to the next day (10pm) it is really midnight and change any start times accordingly.
Do you need the 12 minutes between zones?
This is a problem I've seen with Dell PCs, what it is doing is trying
to boot from the card reader on the printer. My PC had this problem,
and a Dell BIOS upgrade fixed it. It would even try to boot from USB
keys or mp3 players I left in the USB slot! So I have a feeling you
have the same problem I had.
If you don't feel comfortable updating the BIOS, then contact Dell and maybe they can walk you through it.
I just bought the system yesterday and the same thing happened to me. I didn't realize the alarm was set and it kep going off at midnight. I think I just solved the problem. While the unit is off, press the standby button then the alarm button and wait for the alarm symbol to go away. This should do it.
I have another problem. Every time I turn the unit on, it comes on at about an 18 sound level waking everybody up. This happens even if the radio has been playing on low before turning it off.
Any solution to this problem would be appreciated.
what you have to do is
1. press the mode button until you get to the setting that has "AL" at the bottom right.
2. then you press the "receive" button to switch between the four alarms.
3. as you are going through each alarm time, you need to look in the circle at the top right. When you are going through the alarm times, if there is a mark next to "ALM", you need to press the "time memo" button so that the mark next to "ALM" is no longer there.
4. repeat step fout for all of the alarms, and the problem should be fixed.
Per the second review at this site:
"And if an alarm sounds at midnight, UNPLUG the radio's power cord from the wall receptacle, WHILE that alarm is sounding. Wait at least 20 seconds, and re-plug to power. Sleep in heavenly peace!"
Perhaps this will do the trick? If not, the phone number to call is also listed in that same review. Good luck!