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The Err CUF probably means that the blood pressure cuff isn't properly arranged on the arm. Check that the cuff is around the upper arm 1-2 cm above the elbow. The hose should be near the center of the elbow. Make sure that a rolled up shirt sleeve is not too tight. Next check that the indicator arrow is in the correct range when the cuff is firmly fastened.
Make sure that you are using the correct cuff for the user. There are different blood pressure cuffs (medium, large, wide-range) available for some blood pressure monitors. If the arrow doesn't line up in the indexed range, use a different blood pressure cuff for the unit.
Much easier to go to a store, like Walgreens and get an inexpensive ( like 15 dollars) automatic wrist cuff blood pressure monitor, that will give you accurate and quick readings of your heart rate, and blood pressure, systolic and diastolic, automatically.
According to the Owners Manual, the EE Message shown on the display or the blood pressure value is displayed when an excessively low (or high) reading is detected OR as a result of one of the following:
1. Cuff has been placed incorrectly. Solution: Wrap cuff properly so that it's positioned correct.
2. Did you talk or move during measurement? Solution: Measure again. Keep wrist steady at heart level during measurement.
3. Shaking or moving of the wrist with the cuff on. Solution: Same as # 2.
NOTE: Be sure the cuff is placed exactly as pictured on the face of the box, 1/2" above the heel of the hand.
Make sure that the cuf is over your artery, there will be a little plastic point in the cuff to show you where it goes, which is right in the fold of the upper arm from the elbow..... Take care.... Guy
When you wrap it around your arm, make sure the cuff is just above the elbow and the air tube lines up with the middle finger of your hand. Try various locations -- the 'E' just means it is not sensing your heartbeat.