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How do I fix a manlloro digital pocket scale when it reads HHH?


I thinkn there is a reset button to press with no weight on the scale if I remember correctly. Might have to calibrate with the test weight too if the calibration is messed up (not likely though).

Jan 03, 2015 | Health & Beauty

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I have a supreme weigh sw02 digital pocket scale i need to calibrate and need help


500ml 0f water is exactly 500g, measure that volume and put it in freezer bag and use as calibration weight, or if you have friend with scales - borrow from him scale weights.

if you use water - accuracy of the scale will not be absolute, it may vary few g either way.

another way - go to shop and buy 500g block of butter - put it on the scale in the shop - remove or add as you need till you have exact 500g, shop scales are accurate on that weight within 2g

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Jan 02, 2015 | Health & Beauty

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I have a DigitZ DZ3-600 and when I turn it on the word FULL in the display screen . What can I do to clear this and start using it?


My search is telling me that this is a scale. Is this correct? If so - this is the manual. \'FULL\' is not an error, but this is the correct model. If this is not a scale, please write again and provide more information:



The manual is short and PASTED after link to same here:



http://digitzscales.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=frontpage



Digitz DZ3-600 Manual




I. Operation


1. Place the scale on a flat, level surface and press the ON/OFF key to turn the scale on.

2. Once the start-up process completes and the scale goes to zero you are ready to weigh.

3. Place the quantity to be weighed onto the weighing platform.

4. Wait a couple seconds for the display to stabilize before taking a weight reading.



II. Changing the Unit of Measure


1. Press the MODE key to change the scales displayed unit of measure.

2. If the scale is turned off then back on, it will default to the last unit used.

• DZ3-100 Units: g (gram) oz (ounce) ct (carat) gn (grain)

• DZ3-600 Units: g (gram) oz (ounce) ozt (troy ounce) dwt (pennyweight)



III. Using the Tare Feature


You can use this scale\'s tare feature to subtract the weight of an empty container or vessel for net weight determination. NOTE: The weight of the container will subtract from the available capacity.

1. Place the empty container or vessel on the weighing platform.

2. Press the TARE key once. The display will then reset to zero. If the container is removed, it\'s weight will be displayed as a negative number.

3. You may now fill the container with the quantity to be weighed. The display will show the net weight of the contents.

4. To return to normal weight display (gross weight), remove any items from the weighing platform and

press the TARE key again to re-zero the scale.



IV. Calibration / Adjustment


1. Turn the scale on by pressing the ON/OFF key.

2. Wait for the display to show "0.0g" or "0.00g" then press and hold the MODE key until the display shows "CAL", then release.

3. Press the MODE key again. The display will flash "CAL" followed by the required calibration weight.

4. Place the required calibration weight on the center of the platform. The display will show "PASS" then return to normal weighing mode. Calibration is complete! You may now turn the scale off.



V. Error Codes


1. OUTZ - Zero range has shifted. Perform calibration adjustment. If the problem persists, the load cell may be permanently damaged due to overloading.



2. 88888 - Maximum capacity exceeded. Remove the extra weight to avoid damaging the load cell.



3. L - Batteries are low. Replace the batteries.



VI. Specifications


DZ3-100 DZ3-600

Max. Capacity 100g 600g

Readability 0.01g 0.1g

Min. Weight 0.03g 0.2g

Power Two (2) AAA Batteries

Dimensions 3.0 x 5.0 x 0.8 in.

Platform Dimensions 2.5 x 3.0 in.



For warranty and support, please email

warranty@digitzscales.com

Aug 20, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to calibrate 1000xr us-magnum digital scale


magnum 1000xr pocket scales turns on calibrates goes to different modes but wont show the weight when object placed on the scale,a lock appears in top left of window, is scales broke or do i have to make lock symble dissappear?

May 28, 2011 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I have a chefmate nutritional scale that was working fine,then all of a sudden the screen started saying out2. replaced batteries but nothing so far.


It is not OUT2, but rather OUE2, which means your chefmate needs to re calibrate. To do that you will need the following:

a 2000 grams weight or 4.4 lbs, I used a 3lbs protein jug unopenened and a 600 grams glutamine bottle unopened.

Ok so turn your scale off then:

1) press the ON button and leave it press while simultaneously pressing once the TARE button (though it may need more than one or maybe leaving it press for a few secs thought try just hitting it once first), release the TARE and you should see a CAL on the screen (top left), release the ON and it will read:

2) the number 00000 on the first line will appear, click TARE

-this calibrates no weight first-

3) then it will read you another weight mine read 2000 grams, put that weight on top of the scale (NOTE every scale uses a different weight to calibrate i am giving you mine) once you put it there hit tare and it should read PASS

4) Remove the weight and it should read "0", mine read first 1 grm so i had to re do it again until i got 0.

5) You can try weighting different unopened things that you know the weight of, but if not just turn it OFF then back ON and it should read "0"

Congratulations your scale is now calibrated and ready to use again!!!!


NOTES: i have the electric scale if the on tare button does not works for you it may need a different combination to calibrate.

Sep 08, 2009 | Health & Beauty

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How to calibrate a Pelouze model 4010 scale with a


when i turn on my 4010.the screen display shows 4010 but thats all it does.any solution.

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How to calibrate a taylor scale 5571


The following reset procedure is used when the scale shows an err2, err, 0.0, inaccurate weight,to calibrate, or some other unusual error.
  1. Remove the battery from the scale.
  2. Sit the scale on a hard surface floor.
  3. Step up onto the scale, stand still for about 5 seconds and step off the scale.
  4. Re-install your battery.
  5. Place the scale back on a hard surface floor.
  6. With one foot only, place just enough weight on the scale for the display shows zero’s or dashes. Once you see zeros or dashes remove your foot.
  7. Wait for the scale to turn off again.
  8. Step up onto the scale for a weight.
If the reset is successful, you should receive a weight right away. If you continue to receive one of the error messages above please call our Customer Service department.You can also try the reset procedure a 2nd time. Sometimes the reset procedure will work the second time.

Jun 13, 2009 | Taylor Body Fat Analyzer & Scale, Model...

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CALIBRATION OF POCKET SCALE


Press and hold 'CAL' key to calibrate the scale. www.luxford.cn

Dec 12, 2007 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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