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    Quote Originally Posted by HACKNSACK44 View Post
    We just got it hooked up. We will have to read up on calibrating it. Any suggestions?
    hook a bag or bucket to it while its off then turn on, be sure at zero then put a 5 or 10 lb weight in the bag. should weigh spot on
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    hook a bag or bucket to it while its off then turn on, be sure at zero then put a 5 or 10 lb weight in the bag. should weigh spot on
    Ok we will try that. What about weighing me? Scale off hook up the straps turn the scale on make sure it's at zero then lift me into the air?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HACKNSACK44 View Post
    Ok we will try that. What about weighing me? Scale off hook up the straps turn the scale on make sure it's at zero then lift me into the air?
    yes thats how i do it
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuentejps View Post
    yes thats how i do it
    Thanks! I will try it out this week.

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    I go to my local pet store that has a scale large enough to roll onto. Hospitals probably have them too. Pet stores are more convenient. The trick is to find one where they put the scale right on the floor. All the Pet Smarts that I see have scales but they are raised off the floor.

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