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The Sunbeam blood pressure kit doesn't inflate the cuff.

The motor seems to work but the bp cuff doesn't inflate.Everything else works. I really like the product. It had been dropped.

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do not inflate the cuff too much. if you know your usual blood pressure, just add about 5-10 mmHg when you inflate it so that you won't hurt yourself. for example, if your BP is usually 130/90, squeeze the cuff to 135-140 only. but if you doubt that your BP is way much higher than that by assessing on what you are feeling, just do not squeeze the cuff further than 200.

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What is the pattern of the EE? If the two E's are on the same line, then you didn't inflate the cuff to a sufficient pressure. (Wait 2-3 minutes before trying again and then inflate the cuff to 40 mmHg higher than the previous attempt.)

If the Es are arranged vertically, then you overinflated the cuff. Any [ressure above 300 mmHg is beyond the range that this bp monitor can handle. If you reached this point by getting several underinflation alerts, ask your medical professional to test your bp and recommend the starting inflation level that you need.

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