Question about Taylor Measuring Tools & Sensors
1) remove the soft rubbery cover from the back of the thermometer, this will expose a screw which holds the front plate on. 2) remove the newly exposed screw 3) use a knife or screwdriver (in the small slot on the side of the thermometer) to pry the two pieces of plastic case apart. This will expose the battery 4) use a screwdriver to remove the 1 screw holding the battery cover to battery. 5) replace with a CR2032 3V Lithium cell 6) replace screws and covers
Posted on Dec 18, 2010
Flip up the curved cover latch and then pry open the top of the battery compartment cover with a long fingernail, small screw driver or coin. I agree it could be easier.
Posted on Jan 24, 2012
The alarm is a freeze alarm, it's a extra option, included at no charge, but only on channel 1.
Change to another channel, and it will be gone.
Posted on Oct 12, 2012
On Amazon this scale got 24% 5 star and 43% 1 star rating.
In many cases it quit working or broke in some way.
"I owned this model for 1 year before it gave me the "batt" signal. after I spent another $7 on new lithium batteries, it turned out the scale was broken. looking on the web, I discovered lots of other stories like mine. advice: find another brand."
Posted on Aug 03, 2016
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