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if they are digital then turn them on and wait until the dial settles down
it should read zero (00000) stand on the scales and wait until it flashes and then stops at a weight
if it is still 7 stone it could be a battery problem or if they don't read 00000 before you step on them there may be a small screw that can be adjusted to get the first setting right
you can test the accuracy by doing something simple like putting a known weight on the scale ( 1lb of sugar -new packet ) and see what he reading is
keep adding known weights and if the multiples do not equal what is on the gauge reading then they should be returned if new of junked if used
water weighs 10lb to the gallon ( engilish measurement-calculate amount for us gallon)
so get your self a jug and place it on the scales empty adjust the scales to zero
fill the jug with a measured amount of water (example 1 pint will weigh 1.25lbs
then set the scales to the reading of 1.25lbs
to check the scales accuracy you can add extra water to the jug (say 4 pints ) and the scale should read 5lb
Get one of those little mini-digital scales that should sell for about $30 or less. Make sure it reads in 0.1 or 0.01 increments. Unplug the turntable (so the platter doesn't spin) and place the scale in the tonearm path. Most tonearm and headshell combos should work well in the 1.0 to 1.5 g range. Weigh the tonearm balancing on the scale about midway through the path (where it would be in the center of the record)
I used a flat plastic credit size card to protect the stylus on the surface. Don't forget to tare the scale to 0. Attempt to calibrate your weight scale adjustment on the tonearm to match the scale while you are at this. Once you have found a setting that works for you, match that marking on the weight scale adjustment on the anti-skate wheel.
You should have a turntable that sounds nice and is also gentle on your records!
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magnum 1000xr pocket scales turns on calibrates goes to different modes but wont show the weight when object placed on the scale,a lock appears in top left of window, is scales broke or do i have to make lock symble dissappear?
Adjusting the scale is not a solution but adjusting your weight all in 60 days. No strees, side effect or bitter drinks but all natural flavour beverages. Tested & trusted ISO 22000-2005. YES U CAN, ITS BETTER TO BE ON THE SAME PAGE WITH YOUR DOCTOR.
It is not OUT2, but rather OUE2, which means your chefmate needs to re calibrate. To do that you will need the following:
a 2000 grams weight or 4.4 lbs, I used a 3lbs protein jug unopenened and a 600 grams glutamine bottle unopened.
Ok so turn your scale off then:
1) press the ON button and leave it press while simultaneously pressing once the TARE button (though it may need more than one or maybe leaving it press for a few secs thought try just hitting it once first), release the TARE and you should see a CAL on the screen (top left), release the ON and it will read:
2) the number 00000 on the first line will appear, click TARE
-this calibrates no weight first-
3) then it will read you another weight mine read 2000 grams, put that weight on top of the scale (NOTE every scale uses a different weight to calibrate i am giving you mine) once you put it there hit tare and it should read PASS
4) Remove the weight and it should read "0", mine read first 1 grm so i had to re do it again until i got 0.
5) You can try weighting different unopened things that you know the weight of, but if not just turn it OFF then back ON and it should read "0"
Congratulations your scale is now calibrated and ready to use again!!!!
NOTES: i have the electric scale if the on tare button does not works for you it may need a different combination to calibrate.
Storing and Recalling Weights
1. Your scale can store and recall up to 5 weights. If your scale has one button,
weights can be stored for one user. If your scale has two buttons (User and
Save/Recall buttons), weights can be stored for multiple users.
2. Tap center of scale platform with foot and wait until "00.0" appears.
3. Stand on the platform without shifting or moving until weight is displayed.
4. For single user scale: When weight reading appears on screen, step off the
scale, press Save/Recall button and hold for about 2 seconds to save the
For multiple user scale: When weight reading appears on screen, step off the
scale, and press User button to select a user number. Then press Save/Recall
button for 2 seconds to save the reading.
5. Weight reading blinks twice, then becomes stable. A small number (1-5)
appears in the upper right hand corner of your display, indicating which of the
5 weights is displayed. (Once you have 5 weights in memory the current weight
always saves as "1" and the oldest reading is eliminated.)
6. Weight reading is saved. Press Save/Recall button to review the last 5 weights or
let the scale shut down automatically. (Note: until you have 5 weights stored in
memory, the display will show the number and "–" for each weight for which
no data point has been stored yet; i.e. "3 –", "4 –", "5 –" if only 2 weights
have been saved.)