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I have salter ultimate accuracy electronic scales. where is switch to change from kilo to stones/lbs

Cant't find switch to change from kilos to stones/pounds

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SOURCE: somehow my tanita ultimate scale has been switched

Q: Why does "st-lb" or "kg" appear when taking a measurement?
A: The unit's "Weight Mode" has been set to measure your weight in units of stone-pounds (st-lb) or kilograms (kg). Tanita's Body Fat Monitors and the UltimateScales can measure weight in three different modes: lb (pounds), kg (kilograms) or st-lb (British stone-pounds). To change the setting, first find out which model you have (it should be written just above or below the display screen of the unit).
Method 1
Body Fat Monitor/Scales: TBF-611, TBF-612, TBF-621, TBF-622, BF-541, TBF-560, TBF-572. UltimateScales: 2000, 2001, 2001T. BF-662, BF-555, BF-556, BF-558, BF-559, BF-625, BF-626.
Press the Set and Up Arrow buttons at the same time. Release the buttons, the display will flash. Press the Arrow button to cycle through each weight mode until just the mode that you require is displayed. Then press Set. The display screen will flash to confirm your selection and store in memory.
Note: If weight mode is set to pounds or stone-pounds, the height programming mode will be automatically set to feet and inches. Similarly, if kilograms is selected, height will be automatically set to centimeters.
Method 2
Body Fat Monitor/Scales: BF-542, TBF-551, TBF-521, TBF-531, BF-681, BF-682, BF-679, BF-680, BF-578, all Ironman products, and all InnerScan products.
Select the preferred weight mode by using switch on the back of the measuring platform.
Note: If weight mode is set to pounds or stone-pounds, the height programming mode will be automatically set to feet and inches. Similarly, if kilograms is selected, height will be automatically set to centimeters.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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SOURCE: The scale only measures in 'stone' weight

I contacted the manufacturer of the porduct here is what they suggested you do

Please insure that there is nothing inside that area that may be hindering the switch to change from mode to mode.
You can also remove the batteries for a period of 24 hours to see if that will trigger a reset in the unit.

If you continue to have problems we may be able to replace under warranty.
Your scale does carry a 10 year warranty but you will need to have a copy of the original itemized receipt (or order confirmation if purchased online) in order for us to process a warranty claim.

If you happen to have a copy of the original receipt or order confirmation, please contact our customer service line between 8:30 – 5:30, Monday – Friday, (Central Time) at 847-640-9241, and we can issue you a Return Merchandise Authorization for product replacement.

Sincerely,

Cheryl Morse
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TANITA CORPORATION
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Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005
Office: 847 434 3985
Email: cmorse@tanita.com

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: need to change lbs to kgs

well if u cant change it you can always calculate it 2.5 pounds=1 kilo so if you have 2 kilos it would be 5 pounds and if you have pounds and want to make it to kilos u take the pound amout and divide it by 2.5 so if i have 25 pounds that is 10 kilos

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: how many lbs is in 2 kilos . i have lost 2 kilos

2kg = 4.41lb Congrats!

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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