Created by PhilVilleneuve
Question to the crowd... I've moved up north and now I'm running on an indoor track. My Ambit3P GPS doesn't get reliable tracking and it's overestimating my distances by 20%. Since it's a track, I know the distance for each lap. I'd like to use the 'Running' activity because it gives me the data that I'm interested in, but everything is out to lunch with the incorrect distances. Is there a way to back correct the individual lap distances? I can set the total distance but that doesn't help.
My Ambit has a blank LCD. The light activates when the button is pressed. Buttons beep when I press them, (fully functioning device, I can even start an activity); but, the LCD is Blank.
This is the second time. Plugging it into the computer “awoke” the LCD last time.
I have updated the firmware twice.
Fully discharged the battery.
Suunto support is not available. Others have had this problem on the forums, but no solutions posted. Anyone have any ideas?
Dam_Wolf - sounds like a hardware issue... bring the watch back to a Suunto dealer (preferably a specialty shop) for warranty. They will advise on the return process... Phil
So tire and so off the leader board lol! You guys are killing January.
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Nice day. Kind regards.
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Wow, my Ambit's showing 93 hours to recover and I barely scratched my way to bottom of the list. Is the recovery time accurate? Think I may be cutting way back on the weights, my legs make me want to puke running/biking. Maybe I'm just lazy and my watch knows it : )
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