I just had this problem on set Salter scales (says 3309 on label on back so assume that's model no) which came up OUT2 solidly after hadn't been used for a while.
Looking on WWW this means on other scales they need to be recalibrated. There are only 2 buttons on ths model ON/Zero and 2nd is mode for grams, oz etc. Discovered by trial and error have to hold down the on button and repeatedly click the measure button as it powers up, screen says err2 press on button again and says 5000g, put 5000g weight on scales, press on button again display says CAL press on button and it at first came up with EEEE and failed but next attempt it said PASS and it all worked again. I used 2 x 1.5kg bags flour and 2 x 1Kg bags sugar to make 5kg with bit tipped out of one to make exact and checked on another set scales. So trick appears to be finding how to get your scales in to calibrate mode and what the weight it expects is.
Solution 1 worked with my 100g digital scales but what to use if you don't have a 100g weight? A lot of thought went into the solution, 2p's weigh 7g so, 10 = 70 then used 3 stock cube which each weigh 10g Just remember to take wrapping off
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It's possible that the tray is pushed into max position. Incurred due to an overload on the tray for a long time or a unprotected transport probably ... Try turning it on, while holding the tray pulled up (eg scissors sliding under the tray to keep it elevated) and if the scale will show you "0.00", the tray is pressed...
OUR2 is probably OutZ or Out2, means you have to recalibrate your scale. Refer to your scales manual for instructions on recalibrating, usually you have to turn on your scale, press CAL button, wait till it displays for example 100g, depending on how much your scale can weight, then put that weight, for example 100g on your scale (you can use coins if you don,t have anything else, though be precise as coins can weigh more or less,informationon coins weight can be found in your country national bank site. After you put the weight, it should display OK or PASS, if it's FAIL or the scale turns itself off, it's either broken or the weight is not correct
How to calibrate when "out2" is shown. With the power off andthe scale on a stable surface, hold "g" and press "on". Some number will show up, probably a negative number. Press the "on" button again and the scale should display "Zero". Wait until it says "200.0". Gently place a 200 gram weight on the scale and wait a few seconds. If your successful it will say "Pass" and your scale will work again, yay!
Hi, you need just to recalibrate it: The procedure is standard for semi-all models of pocket scales, but the way how to get to calibration mode differs from model to model (or vendor to vendor). In brief: 1.While turn-on get to the calibration mode (by pressing and holding the ON button, or holding TARE while turinig on) You should hold this "magic" combination until the LCD will show a number (large number - it was more than 2000 in my case). This number is a raw data from the sensor. 2.Now release the "magic" button. 3.Press it one more time, the display will show 2Ero and then 100.0 4.Now put calibrated weight of 100 grams on the scale and wait 3 seconds. 5.Press "magic" button again.The display will show CAL and then PASS. 6.Now remove the weight and turn off the scale. 7.Thats all - now you can use your scale as usually.