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My AltaHR will not connect to my iPad. I have turned Blue tooth off and on as well as my iPad. The Alta is charged. I do have to wear it on my dominant arm.

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try to turn on BT on iPad while Logitech is blinking (which means it in pairing mode and can be discovered). If that doesn't help I'd suggest to remove batteries from Logitech for 3-5 minutes then put them back.

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