Question about Omron Hem 629
Hello there!!! Okie dokie let's dig right in..... The most obvious choice to look at is the line from the cuff to the monitor. Make sure there are no pin holes in it, easy, yet messy way is to lightly dust baby powder on the line then test it, I would do this over the sink, just for spillage. Second, make sure that your batteries are new, the machines are actually VERY good on batteries, but the term LEMON is there for a reason. Then I would check the actual cuff for tears and pin holes, this can also be done with the baby powder, over the sink again, but the nice thing is, the dust will dust right off. If you have a air can for the computer, that works great too. Great help I hope!!! Please remember to vote if I was able to assist you. Take care.... Guy :)
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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