Question about ADVANTAGE Sportline 340 Walking Advantage Pedometer
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The Sportline 4202 has three buttons, Top MODE, Right S/R (RESUME/STOP), Left SET.
MODE - press once to alternate between Steps (how many steps you taken) and Miles (how many miles walked).
S/R - Clears the count to 0 for any mode by pressing one second. To change from Kilometers to Miles or Back Press S/R for 6 seconds.
R/S press one sec and then press SET one second to set "goals" for both steps and miles.
To change length of stride: press the buttons one at a time in the following order- R/S-SET-MODE.
It may take several attempt to get into the set stride and it may take you into other menus such as Goals in the process, just keep going in circles until you get to stride and change length with R/S and set with SET.
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