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See page 14, it can also be underinflated which is more likely. It depends whether the EEs are next to each other or on top of each other. The inflated cuff has to cut off the blood supply, and then it measures when the flow starts to come back.
It is a manual inflation model if you are in the right category.
can you hear a motor sound when u press start?...can you hear a beeping sound when you press the start key?...if no, then your problem might be the contact of start button...but if there is a beep when start is pressed but no motor sound, then your pump must be in problem.
its seems like when you were doing the settings for your monitor you didnt take it back to the start position so you need to read the instructions from your papers and go back to the begining and restart all over with the settings, it seems like you have knocked off the settings somewhere which also controls the inflation of the cuff and the cuff will not inflate while the settings are not set right so restart from your instructions and see if this will help you. good luck!