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Although the HealthOMeter.com site no longer posts a user manual for the BFM588DQ-81 scale, they do have a different model scale, BFM955-60, instruction manual that will work for the BFM588 because all the setting buttons are identical. You can download the manual for free at their site. Go to the site, under "Service & Support" setect "Instruction Manuals", then select "Body Fat Scales". Once there, find and select the BFM955-60. It will open as .pdf document and you can save it to your computer and print it out. It worked for my BFM588 scale for which I had lost the user manual.
I also have the same problem with my Accutek fan. I think it is the bearing that is going as it is making a noise .It is like running and then jamming as something is restricting it. I also live in Cape Town and looking for someone to fix it.
1st, remove the poer cord from your fan and determine if you have any breaks in the line by checking the voltage ( 120 volts) coming from the bare wires when it's plugged in. If nothing registers on your volt-multimeter, you can easily repair the cord or just replace it. Check to see if that works, and if not, ask me the next step.
Either do a search for that particular scale brand & model, which should take you to the company, whom should have a manual on-line or go back under search and type in "users manuals". There should be several manual websites that come up. Just don't click on the websites that require money for their manuals, when you can get them for free at other sites.