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Scale reads low battery. Replaced with new batteries, but readout still says Lo Bat and then shuts off

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SOURCE: Batt Lo Displayed. I replaced with new batteries.

sometimes you can bend out the battery holders to allow more tention on the batteries but thats only a temporary repair. a new thermostat is needed

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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SOURCE: When you step on the scale the readout says

Yes it means battery needs replacing. Check oringinal papers that came with scale to see if you need to order special battery. Otherwise go to a battery store that recharges batterys. They usually carry most makes. Take your battery with you so you can match right one.

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Replaced batteries last week, scale worked fine

use alkaline battery and make sure that you switch it off after use

Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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SOURCE: I replaced the batteries in my Honeywell CT3300

Per manual do this: System set to Off Remove batterie Replace IN REVERSE POLARITY POSITION or 5-10 seconds Put back in with CORRECT POLARITY Reprogram per sticker on back of thermostat. Done. Just did this myself and it's simple and effective! PaulHaven

Posted on Nov 23, 2011

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SOURCE: my beutler 800 said lo

The other "solution" posted here is not a solution. According to this web site: http://www.espenergy.com/faq_honeywell_thermostat.htm


First, replace the batteries with a new set of AA alkaline batteries. If you insert the new batteries within 20 to 30 seconds of removing the old ones, you will not have to reprogram the thermostat. If the bAt Lo indication does not clear itself once new batteries are placed in the device install the batteries backward for 5 seconds, take them out, and reinstall correctly.

So I tried it... put the batteries in backwards. It completely reset the thermostat so I had to reprogram it (which was easy enough). One thing I did that the instructions did not specify. After I removed the batteries, I let it go completely blank before installing them backwards. Then I waited 5 seconds, pulled em out and put them back in correctly and eventually it started flashing indicating it needed to be programmed. HINT: Don't forget to set the current time!

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

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First, did you notice of the scale had a "lo" or "bat" display before it went blank? If so this means the battery needs to be replaced. If you did not get the battery indicator, did you "miss" seeing this? Has it been a week since you were on the scale? If you stand on the scale regularly and did not receive the battery indicator then you can try the reset procedure above.
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My scale showed Lo, no reading, then I replaced battery, now shows nothing, dead. What do I do next?


The Instruction Book for your scale can be found here:

http://www.taylorusa.com/media/IBs/7506_ib.pdf

Sounds like no power. Check for correct battery replacement; may need to verify that your replacement batteyr is still good.

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My beutler 800 said lo bat we replaced them and still reads bat lo


The other "solution" posted here is not a solution. According to this web site: http://www.espenergy.com/faq_honeywell_thermostat.htm


First, replace the batteries with a new set of AA alkaline batteries. If you insert the new batteries within 20 to 30 seconds of removing the old ones, you will not have to reprogram the thermostat. If the bAt Lo indication does not clear itself once new batteries are placed in the device install the batteries backward for 5 seconds, take them out, and reinstall correctly.

So I tried it... put the batteries in backwards. It completely reset the thermostat so I had to reprogram it (which was easy enough). One thing I did that the instructions did not specify. After I removed the batteries, I let it go completely blank before installing them backwards. Then I waited 5 seconds, pulled em out and put them back in correctly and eventually it started flashing indicating it needed to be programmed. HINT: Don't forget to set the current time!

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Even after replacing the battery, the programmable Honeywell thermostat still shows "Low Batt."


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When you step on the scale the readout says "LO". Does this mean low battery, and if so I can't find a battery to replace.


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6AE Lo is probably 'bAt Lo'. Batteries are low and need to be replaced.  It looks like 6AE Lo because of the digital readout (b looks like 6).

http://www.espenergy.com/faq_honeywell_thermostat.htm

Model number shouldn't change what the readout means.

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Throw it away. The product sucks. I know, I'm throwing one away right now and I"ll NEVER purchase one again.

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Anytime you have trouble with a Taylor scale - they have a lifetime replacement warranty. You need to call their 800 number and pay for 1 way shipping and they will send you a new one.

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