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Sounds as though the LCD display is faulty and only half is lighting up. I would have thought the cost of replacement is greater than the scales are worth. May be a bad connection that needs resoldering, but usually they are not serviceable.
Try recalibrating it by turning it on while holding the "tare" or "mode" button. It should show a raw data from the sensor then. Press the tare button again and it should calibrate the empty weight. Then it will show a specific weight you should put on, usually 100g. It should automatically finish calibration now. Hope this helps. The words before calibration on my scale was OUt2
My OXO scale has a removable weighing platform. I removed it and wiped off the top of the scale base. When I put the platform back in place and turned the scale on, the display showed the normal numbers and icons. The F was gone.
If the display is showing "partial digits" on the display, it means a scale is excessively shaken (sometimes during shipping) it's possible for the LCD to become partially separated from the PCB (Printed Circuit Board). On many models you can gently press on the LCD and it will reconnect. However on many scales it's difficult to reach the LCD (without removing the cover) and thus the scale will often have to be returned to the manufacturer for repair. Contact them at 1-800-326-6247 for the Conair appliance customer service center.
This is a reply I received from Taylor customer support. I have followed this procedure enough times to wear out the original battery and still get the Err 1 message. You may have better luck.
Thank you for your e-mail. The reboot below may clear the error from your scale. You may need to do this several times to completely reboot the system. Please let us know if you have any questions or continue to display the Error.
1. Remove the battery from the scale 2. Set the scale on the floor without the battery in place. 3. Stand on the scale for 10 seconds (still without the battery) 4. Carefully replace the battery without turning the scale on. 5. Using only one foot, tap the scale or apply just enough pressure to turn on the display. (It should show dashes or zero's) IMMEDIATELY REMOVE YOUR FOOT. 6. Let the scale turn off 7. Step on the scale for a weight reading
Linda DLT Consumer Relations Taylor Precision Products & Salter Housewares 2220 Entrada del Sol, Suite A Las Cruces, NM 88001 Toll free - 800-289-0944 866-843-3905 Direct - 575-526-0944 ext 3172
My Weight Watchers digital scales model#ww39 has gone haywire. I put new batteries in it to no avail. You tap it and the numbers come right up then changes to 000.0 as it should, when you step on the scales the numbers flash as they should but either they weight you about 100lbs to heavy or the numbers continue to blink and the LCD goes blank. Can they be fixed? Can I fix them myself at home? Do I need to shoot them? Just throw them out in the yard? Please I need help!!