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I have a LifeWise pedometer (Cat. No.: 63-619) that displays numbers incorrectly. Parts of the numbers are missing or faded with a new battery installed. Very hard interpreting the accuracy on the display.

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The radio display is fading on Nissan Micra P reg and after a battery reconection I ccannot reset it as I cannot see numbers. Please advise


hi, i have nissan micra 1999 , the radio is orignal nissan ,the display is missing digits, please give me the solution , thanx

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I have a new sportline belt clip pedometer. It has 3 buttons: mode,set and r/s. How can the length of stride be entered into it so an accurate mileage reading is possible?


I have an older Sportline pedometer with the same three button arrangement.

My pedometer is set as follows:
First press Mode to get the unit in the Distance mode. Note if the unit is in Kilometers or Miles. (Press and hold Reset for 5 seconds to switch the setting. This will reset the entire pedometer.) Press and hold Set for 2 seconds. The current (or default) step length will appear and flash. Press Set repeatedly until your step length is displayed. It changes by 1" or 1 cm at a time. Then release the Set button. (The pedometer will return to the normal operating mode if you do not press a button for 5 seconds.) When you reach the maximum step length, the unit will advance to the lowest step lenght when you press Set again. Since my step length is actually not a whole number, I rounded down.

A different Sportline step and distance pedometer (the 340) is set slightly differently. To switch from Miles to Kilometers, press and hold Mode when in the Step mode. Then switch to the distance mode and press and hold Set until the step length flashes. Press Reset to advance the current step length by 1" or 2 cm. Then release the button when you have the correct step length displayed. The pedometer will return to the normal mode after 5 seconds with no button presses.

Many Sportline pedometer manuals are available from the company's web site on the product site: http://www.sportline.com . You can look up the model number.

If you add your Sportline pedometer model, I'll be glad to give the specific setting procedure for you.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(on her third Sportline pedometer, two had the plastic spring clip fail. They all had similar programming details.)

Aug 18, 2011 | Sportline step and distance Pedometer New...

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There is nothing on the screen of the pedometer, what ever I press. Do they run on a battery and if so can it be replaced? There's no apparent place to fit a new battery!


Pedometers run on a battery, the type depends upon the exact make and model which you have failed to mention.

Many cheap giveaway pedometers are not designed to have the battery replaced but it's usually possible to carefully prise the case apart if it's not screwed together. Some are glued together in which case you'll need a razor saw: if you have to buy a razor saw then it's cheaper to just replace the pedometer. You'll often find that with cheap disposable pedometers that the batteries actually cost more than a complete new unit with batteries included.

More expensive pedometers will always have a clearly defined battery access point, even if it's just a matter of undoing a few screws to separate the casing..

Sep 21, 2010 | Vacuums

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How do you change the battery on the Sportline, fitness pedometer 360?


The battery hatch is at the bottom of the pedometer. Just slide the hatch open with your fingers and then pry battery out. Put in the new battery in the same orientation (positive up on most). I find shaking the pedometer works to get the battery to fall out. If my fingers don't move the hatch, I use a small flat blade screwdrivers.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(on my pedometer (a similar model) the hatch is on the back with a slot to slide in a finger nail and wraps partway around the hinge)

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Missing a battery for a Sportline Model 342 Pedometer.


Same problem here. If your pedometer is rectangular, with slanted window, LR 44 battery should work.

Oct 23, 2009 | Sportline Exercise & Fitness

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'no number' missed calls


yes i have the same phone and repair tonnes too.

clear the numbers on the phone, not the sim. now restart the phone switch off take battery out and push the red power button. now replace the battery and switch on. copy all the sim numbers onto the phones memory and backup the numbers onto a computer (a mobile phone store will do this for $25 (ish) )

now clear the sims numbers. so now all your numbers are on the phone only. this will solve the incorrect numbers which the phone reads off the sim incorrectly.

also good idea to clear the calls incoming, outgoing, missed, received.. by deleting them, as the D500 sometimes gets these confused as they are stored in the same place and under the same file headings.

this should fix the problem. also it a good idea, if the phone or sim is old...   is to get a new sim.. just get the number and so on to be transfered across.

or.... (please backup pics, vids, numbers everything!!!) try:

*2767*3855#
or
*2767*2878#
or
*2767*3855#

good luck.

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