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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
E might represents insufficient inflation for your mom. For automatic inflation monitors usually there is a mechanism to keep inflating the cuff to higher pressures for people with higher BP. Check how is done. In some auto monitors,while cuff is inflated you keep pressing on START button until pressure reaches to some 15 to 20 mmHg higher than the pressure that auto usually stops and displays E.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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SOURCE: my blood pressure cuff wont
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
SOURCE: Neither of the cuffs
Robert, I'm not sure that the cuffs would be interchangeable. But, I suspect the problem you're having with the cuff is operator error. Speaking from experience, it's somewhat difficult at best, to apply and arm cuff to yourself. It does take some practice, but if you can get the cuff snugly in place, it should inflate properly. If you want to pursue with interchanging the cuff, contact HoMedics at 800-469-3342, to see if it's possible. Perhaps, you should get a BP Monitor that has a wrist cuff. They're a lot easier to apply and use.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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