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My homedics sc-475 scale was showing illegible print. I put in a new 2032 battery. No change. Now what?

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Hello,
It's not a battery problem. The LCD panel of the DIGITAL SCALE has been wrong. Reasons: water, vapour, connector oxidation.

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SOURCE: The Homedics SC 380 scale said low battery. After

The same happened with me, but here is what I did and it worked. I took the new battery out and set the setting on the bottom of the scale to Stone, put the battery back in. Now when I put the battery back in I made sure the plus on the battery was the last part to go in, it faced the part inside the casing that needs to be pushed back when you take out the battery. Once it was in I put the setting back to LBs and it worked. Don't know how but I was just as frustrated and it worked.

Posted on Oct 03, 2010

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