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Weight watchers digital food scales. The weighing platform has come loose. very wobbly.

Max 3 KG type

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No model given but if it has gone wobbly, there is probably a screw that has come loose and just needs tightening. If it is the fully enclosed flat type, you will need to get in through the base.

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