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I CHANGED THE BATTERIES ON MY HOMEDICS SC372 SCALE AND NOW IT WILL NOT WEIGH ME. DO I NEED TO WAIT A PERIOD OF TIME FOR THE BATTERIES TO CHARGE THE SCALE? IF NOT, WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM?

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EACH BUTTON IS FOR FOUR INDIVIDUAL USER. BUTTON ALLOWS YOU TO INPUT IDEAL WEIGHT (FOUR GOAL WEIGHTS FOR FOUR INDIVIDUAL USERS). AND CALCULATE AGAINST ONE OF THE FOUR INDIVIDUAL ACTUAL WEGHTS. i AM USER 1 IN MY FAMILY. I HIT THE 1 BUTTON, WEIGHT AND MY GOAL WEIGHT COMES UP BEFORE MY ACTUAL.

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time to buy a new scale :)

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ensure the battery contacts are clean, if they are corroded it wont work. You may have to buy a contact cleaning spray or brush to do it.

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Open it again and make sure the battery is in the correct angle..... I have made this mistake from time to time

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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