Taylor 5599 440 Pound Tempered Glass Body Fat-Body Water Scale - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Flip over the scale, on the back there is a black button, slide it to pounds.

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Sep 03, 2019 | 5,108 views


Look for a switch on the scale on the bottom or sides and slide it to the lb. side.

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Jun 19, 2014 | 212 views


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Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Jul 26, 2015 | 1,706 views


The scale may need to be initialized. This process is necessary because the scale was moved during the shipping process. Initializing the scale "re-seats" the internal parts allowing the scale to find the correct "zero." Here is how to initialize your scale:
- Place the scale back on a hard surface floor.
- With one foot only, place just enough weight on the scale for the display shows zero's or dashes. Once you see zeros or dashes remove your foot.
- Wait for the scale to turn off again.
- Step up onto the scale for a weight.

Or, your scale may be on an uneven surface or on carpet. Be sure to place your scale on a hard, flat surface to get an accurate weighing. Are you sure that the place the new battery with the "+" sign up into the battery compartment?

Keep us updated.

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Aug 14, 2013 | 576 views


The tiny triangle in the shape of a dress is female; the tiny triangle with the broad shoulders is male

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Apr 30, 2011 | 1,579 views


The only way to get the manual is to contact Taylor on the link below.

http://www.taylorusa.com/taylor-support

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Jan 27, 2011 | 1,002 views


Taylor customer service would be able to send you a copy of the manual either by mail or email. Here is their number. 1-866-834-3905. Here is their website. http://www.taylorusa.com/taylor-support

I hope that helps :)

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on May 18, 2010 | 1,233 views


This link allows you to request user manuals...
I hope this helps.

http://www.conair-store.com/cc_contactus.asp

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Mar 25, 2010 | 692 views


My scale was fine the other day. I weighed myself earlier in the day. I tried to weigh myself later in the day and the scale started reading ERR1. I called Taylor and they had me try to "reset" the scale twice. It did not work.

The steps for resetting it are:

Turn the scale over
Remove the batteries for at least 10 seconds
With the scale on it's side (even though you aren't supposed to put the scale on it's side, carefully insert the batteries and put the back on the scale
Slowly return the scale to a flat hard surface
Step on the scale after about 10 seconds of it being back in position
If the scale still jumps with crazy numbers and reads ERR1 try to reset the scale again being very careful when the scale is on it's side
If this does not correct the problem then the scale will need to be returned to the manufacturer, to the address on the label on the bottom of the scale
I was told you could put the scale in any box and ship it to them the cheapest way possible but be sure to keep the batteries with you
If you are still under the year warranty they will send you out a new scale in 4-6 weeks

I was not happy that my scale was purchased on 11/14/09 and it died on 02/12/10. Luckily I knew where my receipt was. I pulled it out and noticed 02/12/10 was the last date to make returns to Target for that transaction. I was able to go and return my scale to the store because it was in the 90-day window that I had purchased it.

I was told that the reason the scale was doing this was either an delayed electrical interference that may have occurred during. The only other reason I was given was an OVERLOAD. Well, I seriously doubt an overload was my issue. First of all I was the only person at home that day so nobody else stood on the scale. I had used it earlier in the day and it was accurate. I am 5'6" and 139 lbs. so I seriously doubt it was OVERLOAD unless someone isn't telling me something and I need to lose some serious weight.

Anyway, I hope this helps. I wasted a lot of time trying to figure it out that day. Now I have my new receipt and if this happens again I will go get my new scale just as I did this time. I thought a 4-6 week wait for a replacement scale was insane. Kudos to Target for taking the scale back without a box or instructions on the last day I was able to make a return.

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Feb 15, 2010 | 2,220 views


From the Taylor web site
http://www.taylorusa.com/faq-scales

The easiest way to program the scales is to pull the manual up for the scale and follow the directions. The procedure does vary according to the scale.
In general the procedure is to tap the power or set button until it brings up the height and then hit the arrow keys until you get to the correct height. Hit the power or set after each entry usually height, age, gender, athlete mode. It will then beep and you will need to hit the arrow up until you see 1 (this is the memory number) tap the set or power and it will beep again. The scale is now programmed.
The general recall procedure is to hold the power or set button down for 2 seconds (or tap the up arrow) until the memory number goes up. Then just tap the power or set and it will beep. Then step on the scale to get the information. The weight will be first, then running zeroes, then thefat%, and finally water%.

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Feb 02, 2010 | 1,777 views


Turn over the scale, on the bottom, there should be a little black switch that you can use to select between lbs and kilograms.

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Jan 03, 2010 | 1,108 views


Bring it back love..it's obviously ****..if u can not balance it out(usually there is a button) or reset the thing...bring it back and spend a lil bit more on something better..u seem serious about your body which is awesome so keep it up and replace the device

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Jun 01, 2009 | 576 views


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.

Taylor 5599 440... | Answered on Nov 04, 2012 | 2,682 views


That looks like ab INCREDIBLY long number for a model number. It looks like model and serial joined.

Calibration is factory done and can't be done at home. You have to use a Government certified weight and they are very expensive.

At home, all you do is Zero them, so at rest they read zero.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Calibrating+a+Taylor+model+52609744919105302+scale

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Taylor Health &... | Answered on Jan 13, 2021 | 12 views


it means that it can't get a 0 point because it is unstable put it on a flat table or something and push re-zero (softly)

Taylor Health &... | Answered on Sep 30, 2020 | 3,000 views


hard to say. did they come in genuine packaging?

Taylor Health &... | Answered on Jan 08, 2020 | 95 views


If you need scales recalibrated, I don't know who does that work in your area. I would check with where you bought them to find out if the work can be done.

Taylor Health &... | Answered on Jan 05, 2020 | 102 views


This means overload....either the weighed object is too heavy for the machine or it's problem with the scale.

Taylor Health &... | Answered on May 21, 2019 | 1,406 views

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