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I had some problems with the hr-monitor sometimes giving too high readings and finally thought I would change the battery. For now I'm following DCRainmaker's advice and have ordered a polar wearlink strap. Gold tangs were not my fix (nor two new batteries). Can you please make photo how exactly you wear it? http://searchwebmedia.com/heart-rate/garmin-305-heart-rate-monitor-not-working.html

I would add making sure the battery cover is on properly. You could make one at home with scissors and duct tape if you wanted. Anything else I can try before admitting it needs replacement?Thanks Mud to Mudguards. I bent it out slightly, made sure the battery was seated correctly (i.e. see this

Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Not Working After Battery Change

I know this is an old thread but as I was unable to find any conclusive answer for myself I went ahead and shaved and hey presto! tried everything twice then finally got to the aloe post and that was was the key. I have followed the soft reset that seems to have worked but still no HR with the either the new or old strap, bent the gold tab etc. Worked brilliantly - except for the HRM.

Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Anonymous March 20, 2012 at 4:40 pm #85 Anonymous- Did you cut the Polar strap in half like Singlespeed Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply jgiedt August 29, 2011 at 9:58 pm #53 I've been using the Polar strap for a year now and It has worker perfectly ever since. Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Inaccurate After applying some violence to that aswell, the watch suddenly received contact! (After rescanning).

Bypassing the battery contacts should cause a reset of the device. Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Not Detected It didn't work for me, but I discovered that I needed to re-pair the sensor with the receiver after replacing my battery and then all was well. I think I was wrong. Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply jojo February 29, 2012 at 3:18 pm #75 question regarding Singlespeed solution: I had the same problem with the

Rich Gibson View Public Profile Find More Posts by Rich Gibson 11-11-15, 08:45 AM #7 CanadianBiker32 Senior Member Thread Starter Join Date: Jul 2012 Location: Canada Bikes: Maxim, Garmin Heart Rate Sensor Not Found No regrets on buying the Polar strap, it was pretty cheap, but I prefer having occasional spikes.It is pretty sad thought that Garming delivered this crap with $300 computer.My first and I never experience this running, due to the fact(from your explanation) that I sweat like a pig, even during easy runs. I was panicking….

Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Not Detected

RegardsAlan Top woolwich Posts: 280 Joined: Sun Dec 19, 2010 17:24 pm Re: Garmin HR monitor problem Quote Postby woolwich » Wed Apr 24, 2013 12:19 pm Thanks again. https://www.dcrainmaker.com/2010/08/solution-to-heart-rate-dropoutsspikes.html The thing gave perfect readings the whole time!! Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Not Working After Battery Change It arrived, the Garmin puck snapped right on, and I put it on. Garmin Forerunner 235 Heart Rate Monitor Not Working Got a new one.

The soft one will cost $27 more.Which one would you recommend I choose? http://searchwebmedia.com/heart-rate/garmin-heart-rate-monitor-not-working-305.html How do I know that any of the data on my device is accurate; can I be sure that the other sensors are working? Too bad Garmin couldn't figure out how to make a good soft strap! If you do get rust on the transmitter connecters, then a wire brush can fix the problem. Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Not Picking Up Heart Rate

Also, I use conductive gel for electrodes (like for tens treatment). Got home clean it again really well and same thing yesterday. Works great. Source bikepro View Public Profile Visit bikepro's homepage!

Alex, France Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Andrew January 6, 2014 at 1:49 pm #51 What kind of issues were you having. Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Battery Life Thanks Reply Claudio August 11, 2008 at 1:16 pm Hi Steve, I have tried all method described above, but without success. On each side pull the fabric back and trim the cut ends of the clear plastic strut that you will find.

Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Singlespeed July 9, 2012 at 11:14 pm #92 Grant look at posts #54 - #62.

Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Josh November 3, 2011 at 1:20 am #44 Thanks a lot for posting this. It's really rather simple…well…at least it was for the 60+ other App developers to do it. It seems to get worse as I get more sweaty and electrode gel makes no difference. Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Battery Replacement It is definitely a different design and for me anyway works well.

However, figuring I had nothing to lose (except having to buy a new strap), I followed Singlespeed's directions. Reply link does not work in your browser because JavaScript is disabled.Reply Tania FitzGerald January 17, 2013 at 3:13 pm #39 That really helped! The one I have is a one piece that looks very much like the Garmin strap. have a peek here Required fields are marked.If you would like a profile picture, simply register at Gravatar, which works here on DCR and across the web.

Wonda on June 10, 2016 at 1:56 pm said: My problem is heart rate monitor(the actual little clip on device) and not the strap.