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How do you change the weight settings from kg to lbs

Change weight settings from kg to lbs

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  • harleyrebel Mar 16, 2009

    before i sent my wii away for repair it weighed in stones & pounds now it weighs in kilos! does anyone know how to change it back?

  • My reply is May 11, 2010

    Change them on what? or do you mean how do you convert Kk to lbs?

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    5.3kg to lbs

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I don't know if you can change the setting but 1 kg is 2.2046 lbs so 100 kg would be 220.46 lbs for example. Multiply kg times 2.2046 to get lbs

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