Sometimes it comes back to life for a bit before failing again. I bought a Forerunner 410 in 2012. On the second (erroneous) run, I improved my time considerably, and expected to see a bit higher heart rate, but instead I have peaks at 240-250 and of 210 at various This only seems to happen during longer workouts, after about an hour when the chest strap becomes soaked with sweat. look at this site
Any thoughts would be appreciated. The simple solution as per this video is to short circuit the battery contacts.Disclaimer: Whilst this worked for me (in a jolting Frankenstein sort of way, please try this at your I had read it was a design flaw in the strap.
I play beginners badminton and volleyball (casual/social clubs) and it say I burnt 700 calories for 1 hour badminton and 1000 calories for 2 hours volleyball which I am sure is Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Not Detected thanks for the post, excited about more accurate HR readings at the beginning of my workouts. Tried also move strap on my back, but it worked only before ride with freshly electrode gel added ..
Fortunately I never experienced an upward spiking HR problem with my Garmin 220's soft strap, but I did sometimes see it with an older Garmin strap when the chest electrodes weren't
Is yours like this one from ebay? Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Inaccurate So, any thoughts? On an especially hot day, with heavy sweating the spikes came back after about 5k. Any guidance?
My legacy Polar strap always works flawlessly. Why not try picking up a polar strap (without sensor), and try your Garmin sensor with the Polar strap? The Hub Road cycling forum Road Buying Advice Road Beginners Road General FAQs Workshop Workshop FAQs Training, Fitness and Health Indoor have a peek at these guys IJD on May 17, 2015 at 11:29 am said: Started having a problem with mysterious HR readings, especially showing values being extremely low oh rides involving hard hills or serious sprinting
I was also advised by the Polar guy to thoroughly rinse the strap and electrodes after each use. (Previously I would just air dry and run through the washer every week). Garmin Heart Rate Monitor Battery Life slackard on April 21, 2015 at 6:31 pm said: I had the same issue with my original, and my warranty-replaced HRM. For better or worse, I don't end up like a fuzzy bear.
Position the monitor on your back if heart rate readings are erratic.Moisture from water or electrolyte gel is necessary to establish an electrical connection between your body and the HRM. normal heart rate readings! So I went to Google and here I am. Garmin 235 Heart Rate Monitor Not Working Loading...
No more gel, and I haven't even been wetting the contacts before I go. Thank you. I think Garmin have got their product priorities wrong here- in the long run they might make a lot of sales, but their reputation will eventually be a comeuppance unless they Sometimes too high and sometimes too low.