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Replaced battery and still does not work,

Not sure if a small tin cap fell out of the battery cover.

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  • June372 Feb 17, 2009

    After replacing the battery, I either see 00 or four dashes.  The scale worked great for a few years, but I hate to think it's "trash" now that the battery needs to be replaced and the new one doesn't result in a workable product.

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Revision:
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