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4/8/13 12:45 P

The first time I tried mine, I did it dry and it still picked up just fine.
Maybe your transmitter is running low on juice? Or maybe there's a buildup from sweat on the strap? Not sure what brand you have (mine says its machine washable @40C/104F), but you can try washing it with a bit of soap to get any buildup off.
And like Roxie linked, there are gels you can use; I saw a bunch on amazon when I was looking for my HRM in the suggestion section between the product and reviews.

ROXIELU0422 Posts: 317
4/8/13 11:51 A

I've never had an issue with my HRM not tracking right, even after I wet it and it dries out.

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4/6/13 6:00 P

VATRUCKER SparkPoints: (20,629)
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4/6/13 5:52 P

thnx for reply, I always run water over the strap and it works fine till it dries. I don!t think there is anything out there like my inquiry asks, but u never know emoticon

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4/6/13 5:27 P

You can just wet it under the faucet before putting it on.

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4/6/13 5:20 P

I use a hrm and have found it has to be wet to pickup the heart, now with this said I used to sweat alot, but now not so much. I am wondering if there is some sort of gel or device that will enhance the signal from chest to receiver. This is a polar ft7 and works good with the exception of having to be wet to pickup hr emoticon emoticon emoticon

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