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I let my neighbor to borrow my BP monitor and he fooled around with the settings and I cannot get it back to where we had the settings. I have googled the company but they don't even mention BP monitors; they are all about stereo + electronics now. The dial to set the maximun pressure to stop at no longer functions. It turns but the pressure never goes above 103. It was a very expensive monitor so I don't want to toss if there is another solution. I need to take it somewhere and have no clue where to go. I have checked with several doctors and nurses and everyone goes blank. Any help would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: inaccurate reading
I'm not sure why you need it calibrated if your Docotor says it's accurate but here is a web site link....
I hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
this website is the main website for MABIS to download their product manuals that can help you with your problem with your blood pressure monitor. Hope you can find your instruction book on this website. Good Luck and God Bless!!
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
A monitor using Hg is only a valid monitor reading. Most electronic devices produce approximate results and are mostly good for taking several readings daily and obtaining a mean daily BP. Device calibration appears to be not accessible to the the user.Also, depending on age & condition of your dad, sequential reading must take place after elapse of enough time for circulation to be at steady state in the arm again, or if you immediately after a measurement make another, even with the same monitor you will obtain a different result.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
I assume you mean checked for accuracy - something that you should do every two years. I assume you live in Canada or the US, if so please contact OMRON at the number below. They will be able to direct you to a service centre near you.
CONSUMER SUPPORT TOLL FREE NUMBER: 1-877-216-1333
Customer Service Representatives are available
Monday through Friday - 8:30am to 4:30pm CT
Posted on May 07, 2010
SOURCE: I keep getting low readings.
you should already be dead if your bp is 196/119.normal runs 120/80.hypertension starts at 140/90. wrist bp units are often incorrect. dump nurse and cuff. go see your doc or use the free units at kroger
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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There is probably a problem in your motor inside the body of the machine. Either the pump is not generating air or the device is not properly clean. Do calibrate the device using the Service manual given on the purchase of device.
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