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I've bought a beurer pm 90. Trying to pair the monitor to the chest strap but it's not working. Any hints plz

Ive tried to pair them. It gives me no device found. The chest strap was mounted on ,y chest and also made the contact wet too. Any ideas on why it is not pairing?

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HI
I realise it's been a long time since you posted this question, but having just bought one of these myself I'm having the same problem.
I wondered if you managed to resolve the issue and if so, how?
Thanks
Dave

Posted on May 11, 2013

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