Question about Samsung Manual Inflate Blood Pressure Monitor
VERY impressed for the age of the machine, mine is 6 years, that is about the longest I can keep mine alive, but I am a nurse and they go quick I suppose. Anyway, to address your issue, put the cuff on, turn it on and let it pump up, but, make sure you are in a VERY quiet area and also NO draft. Sprinkle a SMALL smount, just lightly dusting of baby powder on the line from the cuff to the monitor, check for any blowing of the powder, if you see it, the line is bad, if not, your machine might need to be calibrated, some of them cost more to do this than to simply replace the machine. Good luck and let me know if you need more help, glad to be of assistance. Guy
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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