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Whilst using the free-step in the aerobics section, the counter on the left of the screen doesn't register the total steps. I count my steps, and the counter will go accurately for a while and then stops for about 6 of my steps, and then goes slowly, and then will pick up again. I usually do at least 800 steps, but in 'go slow' mode, will only register 400-600 steps, and the 'coach' will tell me to speed up or keep with the rhythm, when I'm going max speed, and staying exactly with the beeps! Is there a solution? I've only had my unit since just before Christmas, and I LOVE it, and enjoy all the challenges. Lynne Whittingham

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