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My electronic scale says EPp, and it won't weigh me anymore. What is the problem?

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  • morr37briany Mar 23, 2009

    i changed the battery and all that comes up is epp
    iv tried taping standing on it and taking the battery out and in again
    and epp is all i see rubish homedics weighing scales


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