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"The telemetry (wireless) heart rate system depends on a strong, clear signal being presented from the chest strap transmitter to the receiver inside the equipment console. In order to present a clear signal, you should correctly position the chest strap snugly against your body. (See your Owner’s Manual for details). Moist skin helps the transmitter strap make good contact, so perspiration or even dabbing a bit of water onto your skin may help.

"The telemetry (wireless) heart rate system depends on a strong, clear signal being presented from the chest strap transmitter to the receiver inside the equipment console. In order to present a clear signal, you should correctly position the chest strap snugly against your body. (See your Owner’s Manual for details). Moist skin helps the transmitter strap make good contact, so perspiration or even dabbing a bit of water onto your skin may help.

"The telemetry (wireless) heart rate system depends on a strong, clear signal being presented from the chest strap transmitter to the receiver inside the equipment console. In order to present a clear signal, you should correctly position the chest strap snugly against your body. (See your Owner’s Manual for details). Moist skin helps the transmitter strap make good contact, so perspiration or even dabbing a bit of water onto your skin may help.

"Touch heart rate readings depend on a strong, clear pulse to be read from your hands. In order to generate a clear signal, gently grasp the sensors. Do not tightly squeeze them, as this will negatively affect the pulse in your hands, making it more difficult for the sensors to get a good reading.
The sensors will be more successful if your hands are warm and moist. If you have difficulty getting a reading right away, try again after a few minutes of working out. Typically exercise will cause most people’s hands to become warm and moist.

"Touch heart rate readings depend on a strong, clear pulse to be read from your hands. In order to generate a clear signal, gently grasp the sensors. Do not tightly squeeze them, as this will negatively affect the pulse in your hands, making it more difficult for the sensors to get a good reading.
The sensors will be more successful if your hands are warm and moist. If you have difficulty getting a reading right away, try again after a few minutes of working out. Typically exercise will cause most people’s hands to become warm and moist.

"Touch heart rate readings depend on a strong, clear pulse to be read from your hands. In order to generate a clear signal, gently grasp the sensors. Do not tightly squeeze them, as this will negatively affect the pulse in your hands, making it more difficult for the sensors to get a good reading.
The sensors will be more successful if your hands are warm and moist. If you have difficulty getting a reading right away, try again after a few minutes of working out. Typically exercise will cause most people’s hands to become warm and moist.

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