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    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    dangle until u stabilize and scale stops bouncing. i bring mine down to chest height then hook straps then power on.
    Thanks I will give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    mine $40 hoist scale is spot on everytime. I weigh naked and same time every saturday morning. We do it twice. Have you checked calibration??
    Yeah, all checked, contacted maker and they don't know why. $500+ set of scales luckily I didn't pay for them.

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    The Crane hanging scale does not have functionality to "calibrate" the scale against a known weight or to zero it out after determining your sling etc.

    There are three buttons, on/off, tare, and choice of unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrb View Post
    Yeah, all checked, contacted maker and they don't know why. $500+ set of scales luckily I didn't pay for them.
    wow 500 is crazy. maybe purchase one from amazon, the hanging scale. consistency is important when dieting, 3 different readings would drive me nutz,. when you check with say a 5 lb weight does it give different readings too??
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    Got my scale installed today.
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    Nice. I just connect to c clamp on scale.
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    Do you leave it on all the time?

    What brand of ceiling lift do you have? Your hardware looks a bit different than mine, which is surehands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crags View Post
    Do you leave it on all the time?

    What brand of ceiling lift do you have? Your hardware looks a bit different than mine, which is surehands.
    It will stay on all the time. It is Surehands. I stopped using the body support system and purchased a spreader bar to use with a sling.

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    did you check to make sure its calibrated weighing correctly
    Quote Originally Posted by HACKNSACK44 View Post
    It will stay on all the time. It is Surehands. I stopped using the body support system and purchased a spreader bar to use with a sling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    did you check to make sure its calibrated weighing correctly
    We just got it hooked up. We will have to read up on calibrating it. Any suggestions?

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