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Battery for above product
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Error message ErrL
My scale had the same problem. I replaced the battery, but still got the same message. My wife noticed that one of the feet on the bottom of the scale was loose. The feet are twisted on to the scale and held by two small flanges. When I gently pulled the loose foot away I noticed that a small black wire had broke. I used my fingernails to remove a small bit of the wiring cover and twisted the ends back together. I then hide the wires back in a recessed area on the foot and placed it back on the scale. Worked just like the day I got it. Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
SOURCE: Can't open battery case
The middle part slides out. You'll need a small knife or a screwdriver to pry it out gently.
There are openings on two sides. One side has a larger opening than the other. Make sure you pry it out of the lager opening.
Once you gently slide it out, you'll see the two batteries. Make sure the positive side is facing up when you put them back in.
Hope that helps!
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
This sounds very typical of kitchen and postal scales. I know you don't want to hear this, but this basically means it is time to replace your scale with a better scale - perhaps no longer giving Salter your business..
Posted on Mar 21, 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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