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Different Weights Every Morning, I weigh myself. The first time I step on it, it says 205.4, then I step on it again and it is 201.4. What is the correct weight?

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201.4 bcs 205.4 not correct weight its depend on u r standing position and when give weigt on u r legs then weight change and u r 201.4 bcs is correct bcs weight depend on u r happness or tension and blood speed and plz reply

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Tells different wieght each time


Does it tell you a different weight each time you weigh yourself in the same few times? Or day by day?
If its consecutive uses that give you different weights, if you're within 0.2kg, I wouldn't be surprised if the scale can't do better.
Otherwise, weigh yourself each day at the same time, and take an average of 3 weighings for the 'best' weighing.

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Gives me diffrent weights even though I am weighing myself within seconds of time, and in the same spot on the floor.


I've found I have to weigh myself, step off, weigh myself with something in my something heavy in my hands, then weigh myself again. The 3rd weight you get will be your correct weight. If you needed the manual, I have uploaded in into photobucket...although it doesn't really address this issue.

http://s1125.photobucket.com/albums/l587/landofnarnia/Taylor%205568%20Scale/

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Hi I have the the Weight Watchers Body Fat/Hydration Electronic Scale WW83C model and I keep getting SLo or HLo when I step on the scale depending on how I switch around the batteries. How do I fix this...


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This is a new scale. Every time you get on it a new reading?


See if this helps.
Step on gently and stand very still. Step off and press/tap with your foot the center of the scale to reset to 0.0 and step up again and be very still while it reads your weight.
Mine gave a little different weight but after I tried again I had two readings the same and the readings were what I expected. So if in doubt I read twice. If I am very still when I step up mine give same reading.
I hope there is nothing wrong with your new scales.
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Hello. If you remove the battery for two minutes and then reinsert it, it will reset the scale to factory settings. Joe

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The weight jumps around. If I get off the scale and on again, the weight changes by 5 pounds. I am sure neither weight is correct.


You're only suppose to weigh yourself once a week. Make sure you're doing it after you've gone to the bathroom in the morning and with no clothes on. Other than that, I'd make sure the floor you set the scale on is level and that you are holding very still while weighing.

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When I weighed myself 4 times in a row today it read 4 different weights. Is the battery wearing out? What do you think.


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Resetting the scale


You do not reset the scale. It only saves the last recorded weight of the user. So, if you weighed yesterday, it will put your recorded weight in memory. The next time you select your user number and step on the scale, it will compute the difference from your previous record and save your current weight.

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