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Polar HRs

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Dec 2011
11:14am, 22 Dec 2011
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Mrs Kimbles Claus
Anyone have any problems with their Polar HR's? My RS300x is now playing up with my HR spiking at over 200 and not moving from their or it just doesn't register at all. I've changed the battery but still the same. Is this a common problem with them and I should give up the ghost and bin it? I only use it in the gym as I have a Garmin for outside.
Dec 2011
9:28am, 23 Dec 2011
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Fitz
The only problems I've ever had with mine have been fixed by replacing the battery.
Jan 2012
3:26pm, 2 Jan 2012
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whiskey
Fitz did you replace the transmitter battery, the "watch" battery or both? i'm having issues with my ft4 only reading about half of what it should be unless i've become superhuman over the holidays i do not have a resting heart rate of 39 lol. my chest strap is clean so now i'm onto battery changing to try and solve it
Jan 2012
4:07pm, 2 Jan 2012
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Fitz
Whiskey, sorry I was not clear. I meant the transmitter battery. I'm still on the original watch battery after two years (although the watch is usually "asleep" when not in use). RS200 watch, by the way.
Jan 2012
4:22pm, 2 Jan 2012
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Kimbles67
I cleaned the strap and changed the transmitter battery and it is still erratic :-(

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