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Omron pulse massager HV-F126 not working

When power is on, it worked for 1 sec than stopped even with new batteries.

What should we do?
Any repair stores in phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ?

Thanks very much
Jane

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  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2009

    turn on for 1 sec then shuts off, even with new batteries

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Just do it over and over agian it will work also make sure the pad is fully coverd an one

that is what i do

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