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Does it tell you a different weight each time you weigh yourself in the same few times? Or day by day?
If its consecutive uses that give you different weights, if you're within 0.2kg, I wouldn't be surprised if the scale can't do better.
Otherwise, weigh yourself each day at the same time, and take an average of 3 weighings for the 'best' weighing.
No it doesn't and it is not supposed to. They didn't have the temper right and it should not have happened. The manufacturer will tell you that you must have chipped it or hit with something and the water temp made it burst. Don't buy it, Glass is tough, and when done right, does not explode easily. Hope this helps.
i dont think its just yours, ours has exploded in the last 20mins. I cleaned it 2 days ago with mr muscle and put it back together properly.
after googling new world oven smashing loads of people seem to have the same problem too.
I have a seca 345 scales, for 5 years giving only great results. Then, over christmas the scales were left in my new premises that are heated by electric heaters only when somebody is there, working. So for 5 days, there was no heating on, and the scales are now turning on okay, but weighing highly inaccurately. What can i do?