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MY M4 OMRON WHEN DEFLATING COMES UP ERROR, NEW BATTERIES NO SIGN OF LEAK IN HOSE , COULD YOU PLEASE HELP !

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SOURCE: Omron hem-704C blood pressure monitor show down

If your HEM 704C fell hard, it is probably the pressure transducer that is faulty, broken. To my experience it is cheaper to buy a new one then to have it repaired by a technician

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Hi library336

The Omron HEM-780 generally has 5 Error Messages:


1]
ERROR MESSAGE: A single (E) Error message indicates movement during the measurement process, resulting in an inconclusive reading or the absence of a Blood Pressure or Pulse reading caused by a weak Arterial Pulse.

SOLUTION: Remove the cuff. Wait 10-15 minutes. Repeat measurement using approximately 40mmHg more pressure than in the previous measurement.

2]
ERROR MESSAGE: A Double (EE) Error message indicates an under-inflated cuff. Remove the cuff. Wait 2-3 minutes.

SOLUTION: Repeat measurement using approximately 40mmHg more pressure than in the previous, under-inflated measurement.

3]
ERROR MESSAGE: An E directly below another E Error message indicates an over-inflated cuff (in excess of 300 mmHg). Remove the cuff.

SOLUTION: Wait 2-3 minutes. Repeat measurement using approximately less pressure than in the previous, over-inflated measurement.


4]
ERROR: A Blank Screen indicates low or depleted batteries.

SOLUTION: Remove and replace all 4 AA Batteries. Do not mix used and new batteries.

5]
ERROR MESSAGE: An (Er) Error Message indicates an abnormal memory function caused by a faulty internal component.

SOLUTION: Call Omron Customer Service, Toll Free, on (in the USA) 1-800-634-4850 (or on the equivalent Toll Free or Freefone Number in your country).

I hope this helps.

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Posted on Sep 15, 2011

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Hi, I have Omron HEM-780 , it is not measuring my blood pressure, showing error, even I replaced the new battery , please let me know how to rectify the problem.


found this on page 21 Monitor did not detect pulse rate Remove the arm cuff. Refer to "Applying the arm cuff" on page 13. Wait 2-3 minutes. Take another measurement
http://www.quickmedical.com/downloads/omron-hem780n.pdf

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Monitor starts normally but on it's way down, the number drops down dramatically


check for leaks...i have opened one of this before and it has a broken hose inside...but before going anywhere else, try to check your cuff near the hose then the hose fittings for possible sign of leakage...
you can inflate your cuff then submerge the hose and cuff in water to do the check...

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I just put new batteries in my Omron HEM-780. Doesn't work. When it finishes deflating it always says E7. What's going on?


Hi library336

The Omron HEM-780 generally has 5 Error Messages:


1]
ERROR MESSAGE: A single (E) Error message indicates movement during the measurement process, resulting in an inconclusive reading or the absence of a Blood Pressure or Pulse reading caused by a weak Arterial Pulse.

SOLUTION: Remove the cuff. Wait 10-15 minutes. Repeat measurement using approximately 40mmHg more pressure than in the previous measurement.

2]
ERROR MESSAGE: A Double (EE) Error message indicates an under-inflated cuff. Remove the cuff. Wait 2-3 minutes.

SOLUTION: Repeat measurement using approximately 40mmHg more pressure than in the previous, under-inflated measurement.

3]
ERROR MESSAGE: An E directly below another E Error message indicates an over-inflated cuff (in excess of 300 mmHg). Remove the cuff.

SOLUTION: Wait 2-3 minutes. Repeat measurement using approximately less pressure than in the previous, over-inflated measurement.


4]
ERROR: A Blank Screen indicates low or depleted batteries.

SOLUTION: Remove and replace all 4 AA Batteries. Do not mix used and new batteries.

5]
ERROR MESSAGE: An (Er) Error Message indicates an abnormal memory function caused by a faulty internal component.

SOLUTION: Call Omron Customer Service, Toll Free, on (in the USA) 1-800-634-4850 (or on the equivalent Toll Free or Freefone Number in your country).

I hope this helps.

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Sep 15, 2011 | Omron Health & Beauty

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More frequently my Omron HEM-780 seems flaky. It would apply pressure and count up to 112-120 then start deflating, then inflating, etc. Then it would count down by units and end up displaying E. It would...


Part of the problem may the the placement of the cuff. Generally, if it's not placed correctly. the cuff will re-inflate trying to find the correct stopping point for inflation. Any movement of your arm could cause this. Also, if you haven't replaced the batteries lately, you should do that. Also check to make sure there are no air leaks in the rubber tubing or the cuff. Check your Owners Manual for the exact placement of the cuff.

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Omron t5 suddenly stops pumping and goes to an error E...


fit new batteries , check hose hose for leaks, fit it firmly around arm with hose on inside of arm near elbow joint

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When deflating gives error signal - EE Request service center address (Phone number in India.


Hello. Here is the contact page link http://www.omronhealthcare.com/contact/
It appears that the nearest location to India is Singapore.
please rate my answer as very helpful. thanks Joe

Mar 26, 2010 | Omron Automatic Blood Pressure...

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Omron hem-704C blood pressure monitor show down


If your HEM 704C fell hard, it is probably the pressure transducer that is faulty, broken. To my experience it is cheaper to buy a new one then to have it repaired by a technician

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