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The BPM is model BP3MW1-1WCVS. When I take my wife's BP the BPM increases pressure, decrease pressure. Then an ICON, looking like an hour-glass, starts flashing on the screen. The BP readings drop to 10, then countdown to 0. That is followed by a restart, repeating this cycle 2-3 times before we get a reading.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A monitor using Hg is only a valid monitor reading. Most electronic devices produce approximate results and are mostly good for taking several readings daily and obtaining a mean daily BP. Device calibration appears to be not accessible to the the user.Also, depending on age & condition of your dad, sequential reading must take place after elapse of enough time for circulation to be at steady state in the arm again, or if you immediately after a measurement make another, even with the same monitor you will obtain a different result.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
It appears you may have a leak in the cuff. This will need to be verified by an authorised service facility. Contact OMRON they should be able to assist you.
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Posted on May 07, 2010
Innovage model hl 168J Blood Pressure Monitor. Problem: after the pressure build up and the meter starts dropping it goes to the Diastolic reading then records error. I notice the drop is very rapid. On other monitors I have used the drop is much slowe
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
In all most all cases, the manufacturer has to do the recalibration. This is because it has to be certified as correct. Contact the manufacturer for instructions on how to return it. Most charge little or nothing for this service.
Posted on Jul 19, 2011
The "60" number reading that came onto the screen was your pulse rate. If you can't get the monitor to check your blood pressure again, you may need to replace the batteries, the charge may be too low in them.
Posted on Sep 24, 2012
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