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Battery died. I see no way to remove the battery that is tucked into the battery compartment. Please help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The whole top cover which is the part that you stand on (loading platform) comes off. Turn the scales upside down, pull the sides of the plastic cover to unclip the catches and the body can be removed from the cover. Remove the screws to the displlay and there will be a battery compartment underneath the display. Remove the cover to the battery compartment and make note of the battery orientation. Replace the battery in the correct orientation or you will destroy the scales. Repace the battery cover. Scew the display to the body. Press the cover on the body with the display showing through the window.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
I had the same problem with my Salter 987 scale. Pull the battery out for about 10 seconds and put it back in. Then push the scale once so it turns on. After the blinking stops, push it once more. The scale will now zero itself. After the scale has zero'd itself it may turn off after a brief moment. It's now ready to use normally. If you're standing on the scale when it's trying to calibrate to zero, it will assume your weight is zero. Don't stand on the scale after replacing the battery untill you first complete the steps listed above.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
My scale is an older model, "can't locate model# in or outside" sticker on back plate is RH697. Scale was purposely setup so that no one can change the battery but a tech. Back plate had no instruct as to where battery is and the 4 small phillips screws were covered with rubber filler. I scraped off the rubber filler and opened it up, inside was a computer board which I took out (6 tiny phillip screws) to get to the battery (it was the expected 3V) the battery was front and back soldered in. That was enough for me, this company is nothing but a bandit forcing you to a tech (est. cost 45-60$) or to make another purchase. True piracy, I'm throwing it out. Make sure when buying anything that runs on batteries that the product offers ease of replacement, I am disgusted with Thinner.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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