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Taylor model 7538 shows err 1. I bought new batteries. I stood on scale for 10 secs without battery, replaced battery. Scale goes to 0.0, stand on it, it says err. Took battery out again, stood on it for 10 secs, replaced battery. Let scale turn on tapped corner, it says I weigh 269 lbs or 48 lbs. I am in the 135 range. This scale only worked a few times when I first bought it. Very frustrating. I will never buy another one. The only reason I keep it is because I threw the original package away and it cost me $27.00. Please help, kathy

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SOURCE: need manual to reset scale to weigh properly

Either do a search for that particular scale brand & model, which should take you to the company, whom should have a manual on-line or go back under search and type in "users manuals". There should be several manual websites that come up. Just don't click on the websites that require money for their manuals, when you can get them for free at other sites.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Err 1 message on Taylor Lithium Elec Scale model 7346

This is a reply I received from Taylor customer support. I have followed this procedure enough times to wear out the original battery and still get the Err 1 message. You may have better luck.

Thank you for your e-mail. The reboot below may clear the error from
your scale. You may need to do this several times to completely reboot
the system. Please let us know if you have any questions or continue to
display the Error.


1. Remove the battery from the scale
2. Set the scale on the floor without the battery in place.
3. Stand on the scale for 10 seconds (still without the battery)
4. Carefully replace the battery without turning the scale on.
5. Using only one foot, tap the scale or apply just enough pressure to
turn on the display. (It should show dashes or zero's) IMMEDIATELY
REMOVE YOUR FOOT.
6. Let the scale turn off
7. Step on the scale for a weight reading


Regards,


Linda DLT
Consumer Relations
Taylor Precision Products
& Salter Housewares
2220 Entrada del Sol, Suite A
Las Cruces, NM 88001
Toll free - 800-289-0944
866-843-3905
Direct - 575-526-0944 ext 3172

Posted on Jun 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Taylor Model 7314 Lithium Scale: Scale

Try stepping off the scale when you get an error message wait 5-10 secs then step back on, remember to stand still when the scale is giving a reading

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