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Did you buy the unit from HTA ripas ? It was working fine until this morning and then after 400m it gave up. jim c on August 29, 2015 at 2:58 am said: So DC rainmaker has the solution, ditch the Positively Out Standing (POS) Garmin crap strap and get a polar wearlink + you are the man. Check This Out

I'm not sure what that would be, maybe vinigar. So I unsnapped and resnapped the unused side 20 times or so, and have had zero problems since then. Restore password × Upload manual upload from disk upload from url Thank you for your help! Everytime I look down it will be slightly lower… 165… 160… 155… and it just continues to taper off until I finish the run. https://forums.garmin.com/showthread.php?14882-problem-to-pair-the-heart-rate-monitor

Garmin Forerunner 405 Heart Rate Monitor

Retweet 68 Like 292 Google +1 8 Tags: ANT+, Garmin GPS, Heart Rate, Polar, Technology, Training « Someone left a floater A list of cool tri/running/cycling wallpapers » Related Posts » It fired up like a charm and detected my HRM immediately. Thank You.. :-))) Reply Martin Peck April 13, 2012 at 6:04 am Thanks!!!

Why is this so hard to get the battery out? Mike young on February 21, 2015 at 9:03 pm said: Thank you to everyone for these really helpful comments! If it happens while racing, I just do the math, and calculate what the normal rate would be. I had the same problem, nothing to be done.

Would be nice if DC Rainmaker could push Garmin to comment on the problem that their product has. Garmin 405 Manual I am really at my wit's end! Martin on June 14, 2015 at 6:09 am said: Iv gone through 3 straps every year for past 3 years. find more End of story.

My monitor worked for a whole 15 minutes of my first run. They work OK for the first part of my cycling work out…..then the HR stops working. Pity they don't do an ANT+ strap so I had to get a Garmin one. This gives me some confidence.

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Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Lampros February 28, 2013 at 6:13 pm #103 Hi DC, The erratic readings have mainly 3 reasons. 1.Not wet For a $2.50 battery and your advice…can't say thanks enough. Garmin Forerunner 405 Heart Rate Monitor Do you have any ideas ? Garmin Forerunner 405 Review There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists.

Mine stopped working about 2 months ago and I finally sat down to see if I could fix it. his comment is here Bought another one from these guys just in case I ever need another one and they don't make them any more. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Home Steve's Post Archive Current Running Shoe Rotation Sitemap Lifetime Bests Privacy Policy Disclosure Policy Race Recaps Races 2016 Javelina Jundred Race Recap November 4, 2016 Races August Recap August 31, Garmin Heart Rate Monitor

Thanks, Gavin Reply Gavin June 3, 2009 at 2:36 pm Thanks for the mail Steve, all sorted now, changed the battery and still dead, moved the side thingy and i had So simple. About 40 mins into the run heart rate started dropping to 60 and below, then it just kept stopping to display anything. http://pfntech.com/heart-rate/garmin-forerunner-305-heart-rate-monitor-not-working.html Any ideas why this might happen ?

I had to sit back and have a good laugh after it started working. Thanks for making it user friendly not Garmin. Thanks much for post.

Thanks again!

Regards. Reply Mike July 8, 2014 at 4:29 pm Thank you very much, this fixed my problem. This fits your. Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Rainmaker June 7, 2013 at 2:04 pm #115 Assuming you've paired it once to your strap, it will only

The easy solution is to wet the connections on the strap before putting it on; unfortunately for me, mine apparently dried out on the drive to the track. It is faulty ! So far, looks like a good practical solution. http://pfntech.com/heart-rate/garmin-forerunner-235-heart-rate-monitor-not-working.html You can ride in the rain if it happens without worrying that you lose signal or that it won't work afterwards.

With scissors I cut out about 1/4″ of the band between the snaps and have had zero problems on either strap since. Reply Ehud Nahari January 2, 2011 at 11:30 am Thank you so much!!! But I find nothing obviously wrong with the strap, physically that is. Voila!

As you sweats, the salts in the sweat is fairly hard to wash out of the belt with regular water. The high dollar special "run" metrics used in the 620 is useless without using it with the soft strap. Thanks for considering my request for help. Might be something to do with the choice of plastic in the electrodes?

You just saved me some dough. Reply JT February 4, 2012 at 1:52 pm Wow - so impressed - i was ready to buy a new HRM strap - but did the gold tab ea few times He stopped running shortly thereafter so be careful!I do agree that it is more touchy in the cold. But when I started seeing readings in the 240s at times when I wasn't exerting myself and felt fine I realized there was an equipment problem.

Has a lot more rubbery/vinyl in it. Once the pulse reading was gone, i.e. Like others have in the past used the original old Polar belt which gave10 years of service before non replaceable battery finally expired. Thanks again!!!

Saved me 30 bucks. Processando...