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I can not reset my scale it is model # CR6331, I put in a new battery but now I can not reset it back to lbs.

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SOURCE: weight watcher scale not calibrating weight correctly

Press the scale once with your foot. All screen options should display to initialize and then go to 0.0. Now step on the scale. It should read out your correct weight. If not, first remove and replace the battery for reset. If still not, replace the battery. If still not it's ready for return or replacement. Hope it works! Dave - CA

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Scales show weight in kg. How to get them to show lbs.

Body Fat Monitor/Scales: TBF-611, TBF-612, TBF-621, TBF-622, BF-541, TBF-560, TBF-572. UltimateScales: 2000, 2001, 2001T. BF-662, BF-555, BF-556, BF-558, BF-559, BF-625, BF-626.
Press the Set and Up Arrow buttons at the same time. Release the buttons, the display will flash. Press the Arrow button to cycle through each weight mode until just the mode that you require is displayed. Then press Set. The display screen will flash to confirm your selection and store in memory.
Note: If weight mode is set to pounds or stone-pounds, the height programming mode will be automatically set to feet and inches. Similarly, if kilograms is selected, height will be automatically set to centimeters.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I change the setting from KG (currently

There is a switch on the base of the scales that you can change over to set Lbs or Kgs.

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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SOURCE: my scale reads 0.0.0 st-lb how do i put it back

press buttons on it or get new instructions

Posted on Feb 20, 2010

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SOURCE: E appears on Salter scale, even with new batteries

Hallo I have problem witch kitchen scale Salter.E appear when I pushed on and it takes 3 sec

How can I fix this problem

Than You

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

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