345 Electronic Pedometer

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Most pedometers use a CR2032 lithium battery.
You can reset the pedometer by holding down the “Up” arrow key for two seconds. Follow the instructions in “Stride” mode to enter stride distance for jogging. Press the “Mode” key to change the set-up from walk stride to run stride.
The steps count isn`t terribly reliable, regardless of how many times I`ve calibrated it, but if approximations and not 100% accuracy in steps is acceptable to you, then this pedometer is a fairly good bang for your buck.
A pedometer battery lasts six months to a year with common use. Fitness trackers may need to be recharged daily or every few days. As the battery runs down, you may see flaky readings—counting too few or too many steps.
Pop out the pedometer itself, just hold the strand and then push the pedometer from top and push it out on the back. 2. Then insert it into the special charger, make sure the contacts are facing towards eachother 3. Then insert the USB cable into a pc or a smartphone charger and it will charge the fitnessband.
Check that WeWard has permission to track your physical activity: Open your phone`s Settings. Tap the following options: Apps > WeWard > Permissions > Physical Activity > “Physical Activity” access for this app: Allow. In the WeWard settings, tap on “Step data source” and select “GoogleFit”.
Turn on physical activity tracking

On your Android phone, open the Settings app. Allow. At the bottom, tap Profile. Under “Tracking preferences,” turn Track your activities on or off.

I finally found the manual here: http://www.sportline.com/products/sport-timers/228-giant-display-sport-timer.html & http://www.sportline.com/products/sport-timers/228-giant-display-sport-timer.html. To turn alarm ON/OFF: Press SPLIT/RESET/SELECT & START/STOP/SET at the same time.
How do I know if my pedometer is accurate? Set your pedometer to 0, and then walk and count off 100 steps to determine if your pedometer is accurate. Remember that it`s accurate if the error is within 10% of your count (90-110 steps if you walk 100 steps).
If you want a device that`ll accurately measure your steps and distance, monitor your heart rate, and track calories burned (plus a whole lot of other health data), Fitbit`s Versa 3 is our top choice.
Yes, you can. DIY is quick, simple, and cheap. To do this, pry apart the key fob and replace the coin battery inside with a new one.
What If My Key Fob Battery Dies? A dead battery in your key fob means it can`t broadcast the signal the ignition system is looking for. If your car or truck can`t detect the correct signal, then the ignition will remain locked, and you won`t be able to start your car with the fob in your pocket.
The average American walks 3,000 to 4,000 steps a day, or roughly 1.5 to 2 miles. It`s a good idea to find out how many steps a day you walk now, as your own baseline. Then you can work up toward the goal of 10,000 steps by aiming to add 1,000 extra steps a day every two weeks.
Wearing a Pedometer

Proper placement includes wearing the pedometer around the waistband so that it is located over the knee joint or in line with the seam of the person`s pants.

Cost. Pedometer prices vary—basic models start out at around $25, while techy options with more features can top $500. Prices tend to go up based on the more features you add, the brand name, and/or the materials used in the device.
To increase accuracy, it`s best to wear your pedometer on your ankle, waist, or wrist. Even though wristbands may be less accurate, they may be more accessible and convenient. Wrist devices do not measure steps when your wrist is still, such as when you hold on to a handrail while walking.
An average person has a stride length of approximately 2.1 to 2.5 feet. That means that it takes over 2,000 steps to walk one mile and 10,000 steps would be almost 5 miles.
A pedometer, or step-counter, is a device, usually portable and electronic or electromechanical, that counts each step a person takes by detecting the motion of the person`s hands or hips.
It is simple: it means reducing, or stepping down the current, when the battery voltage reaches say 4.1 Volts, or say around 60% or 70% of its maximum charge.
When you plug the tracker or battery into the charger, the LED will light up red to indicate that the charging process is ongoing. Once the battery is fully charged, the LED will turn off or turn green. If this happens after a few seconds, this indicates that the battery is already fully charged.
Charging fully takes about 1-2 hours. While Charge 5 charges, double-tap the screen to turn it on and check the battery level. Swipe right on the battery screen to use Charge 5. A fully charged tracker shows a solid battery icon.
In the Health app go to: Me – Settings. Enable auto-sync data. 4. Then restart your phone.
Press Pause button to pause Pacer from counting your steps. Remember to activate Pacer later on! Tap the pause button again, to resume step counting!
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How to insert battery. I have a 2 year old watch I have never used. I cannot get it to start so I presume the battery is dead. When I open the cover I find battery has a thin metal strip over it and cannot figure how to open it to get the battery out
ANSWER : Try to find a small micro liver to push and battery get released or try to slide the thin metal strip to any side so that u can take it out.

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I just bought a brand nbew ww54 weight watchers scale but not matter what I do it’s not giving me the right weight (65 to 70lbs, I’m 180) and always reads ERROR for the body analysis measurements???I followed the instructions and even had someone else follow the same instructions and got the same. I put a new battery in, no change! Used a level to make sure the floor was level, no change! My feel were completely on electroydes no change! Most I’ve ever spent on a scale recommended by weight watchers and I’m so dissapointed.
ANSWER : Did you make sure it was set to lbs instead of kilograms?

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The battery unit of my byron sx81r doorbell is showing a red light continuously. I have changed the batteries in this and the doorbell. Batteries are also discharging very quickly. Is there a simple fix? I bought the doorbell 5 months ago so relatively new. Regards, Ray
ANSWER : Try following the problem solving from the instructions: http://media.chbyron.eu/file/pdf/SX86_EU-IS_-30-01-09_instructions.pdf

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I have a scooter which has 2 batteries they sit side by side.i forgot how to connect them up.i know the RED lead goes to the +on the first battery .then there is a short RED lead in the middle of the two what post does it go on the first & second battery. + or –
ANSWER : Hi and welcome to FixYa,Initially, postback with the brand and exact model number of the scooter.Offhand and to my understanding, the batteries are connected in series. If so:

RED lead to the + terminal of the 1st battery ( as you have posted);
– terminal of the 1st battery to one end of the short RED lead;
the other end of the short RED lead to the + terminal of the 2nd battery;
– terminal of the 2nd battery to usually a black wire.Please re-confirm by checking voltage rating of each of the battery and the voltage requirement of the scooter. Doing the above would result to voltage of 1st battery plus voltage of 2nd battery or if the same rating equal to double the rating of each battery.Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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Every time I replace the 4 AA batteries all camera
ANSWER : There is an internal battery back up for storing settings. It’s soldered to the main board and I don’t think it’s a rechargeable battery judging by the amount of people who have owned these cameras who have encountered the same problem.
It’s a watch type battery and these things do go flat after a few years and unless you know the type and voltage only fuji service centres can replace.
It won’t affect the camera’s performance it’s just a pain having to set up each time you change the batteries.

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Heart rate monitor not working, changed battery and fiddled with battery to make sure contacts touch, still not working
ANSWER : You need to go in and reset you heart monitor so it is set with the device. Go into accessories; heart rate monitor and reset it. For some reason, it loses it’s connection with the monitor and needs to be reset. Especially if you haven’t used it for a hwile. My son borrowed my garmin and heart reate monitor. I thought he broke it, but it just needed to be reset.

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Replacing the battery
ANSWER : Http://www.sportline.com/manuals/345.pdf

the battery is under the front cover. the battery is a CR2032 button cell battery. all info will need to be re-entered. (stride, time, weight)

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