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Cy how do I set the homedics 405 scale to read pounds instead of kgs? It says push a button on the bottom but I can't find it....

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SOURCE: setting is in metric instead of pounds

On my model, there is a button on the bottom that slides back and forth to choose the wanted setting. My scale is about 5 years old.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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EACH BUTTON IS FOR FOUR INDIVIDUAL USER. BUTTON ALLOWS YOU TO INPUT IDEAL WEIGHT (FOUR GOAL WEIGHTS FOR FOUR INDIVIDUAL USERS). AND CALCULATE AGAINST ONE OF THE FOUR INDIVIDUAL ACTUAL WEGHTS. i AM USER 1 IN MY FAMILY. I HIT THE 1 BUTTON, WEIGHT AND MY GOAL WEIGHT COMES UP BEFORE MY ACTUAL.

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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Press the Set and Up Arrow buttons at the same time. Release the buttons, the display will flash. Press the Arrow button to cycle through each weight mode until just the mode that you require is displayed. Then press Set. The display screen will flash to confirm your selection and store in memory.
Note: If weight mode is set to pounds or stone-pounds, the height programming mode will be automatically set to feet and inches. Similarly, if kilograms is selected, height will be automatically set to centimeters.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: metric instead of pounds

You didn't mention brand name or model number, so not sure about your specific case. However, on my scale, there is a switch or button near the battery compartment. It allows you to change the measurement between stones, pounds and kilograms. 

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SOURCE: I can't get the scales to read in pounds

Turn the scale over and there is a sliding button that allows you to choose pounds of kilograms. Joe

please rate my answer as very helpful. Joe

Posted on Mar 31, 2010

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