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Keep getting err1 all the time.

Unit is brand new. We follow instructions stepping on then off but we only end up with err1. The only part of the instructions we do not follow is to make sure that the unit is turned off before you start. We don't do this because we can't find an off button.

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  • klcorbett Dec 25, 2008

    Whoops.Sunbeam Therapeutics Wellbeing Scales.Instruction booklet PS6600

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What unit are you talking about? need to know to help :)

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  • Brian Ebeling Dec 25, 2008

    try this for me. set it down flat. pop open the battery compartment and remove the batteries. let it sit for a couple of minutes and then replace the batteries. wait a minute then try to use the scale according to the manual.

    let me know :)


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