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I need to know how to operate it. Please help
Go to this internet page
in the upper right somewhere, above the text box there are several (4) a tabs, click on the one that says 'HOW TO USE'. The box will re-appear with basic instructions in it. Please take note of the bold text underneath these instructions.
Or, on the page quoted above, along the top there is a strip with the words CUSTOMER SERVICE' on it just to the right of centre, before the search box. move your mouse to that box and a drop down menu will appear - select 'contact us' and contact accuchek support to ask for a user guide/reference manual to be sent to you if you do not have one. (the instructions for use will be in this booklet - consult that if you have one, it probably has illustrations)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this website is the Omron site that can let you download the manual to your blood pressure monitor
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
this website is the main website for MABIS to download their product manuals that can help you with your problem with your blood pressure monitor. Hope you can find your instruction book on this website. Good Luck and God Bless!!
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: Need instruction manual
Homedics makes several units that are virtually identical to the Walgreen counterparts. Why not try the Homedics web site? It has a support section. Be sure to list your model number as there are several wrist cuff models. If the web site doesn't help, either call Homedics or try a web search by listing your model number followed by 'manual'. I would have tried to find the manual for you but I don't know the model number. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
We're having consistently high readings with ours, too. We've compared it with as many as two other units at various test sessions.
From the manual:
All digital blood pressure monitors require recalibration in order to ensure continued accuracy.
This monitor does not require recalibration for 2 years under normal usage conditions (approx 3x/day), at which time your monitor will display "CA." The unit should also be recalibrated if the monitor sustains damage due to blunt force (such as dropping) or exposure to fluids or extreme hot or cold temperature changes.
To send monitor for recalibration, please ship to the address below with check or money order in the amount of $10 payable to HoMedics, Inc., for recalibration service, shipping and handling:
HoMedics Recalibration Service Center
Post Office Box 7050
Walled Lake, MI 48390
Allow up to 3 weeks for return of product. For additional information, contact HoMedics Consumer Relations at 1-800-466-3342.
So, do we spend $10 plus postage and wait 3 weeks or more...or do we use the $10 toward a new one immediately at a Walgreen's a half-mile away? It's a nice unit and works well otherwise, so it's a quandry. I hate to toss it. Good luck.
Mark in Oklahoma
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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