INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing Fakir Culina Electronic Kitchen Scale which has been designed and manufactured to give you many years of trouble-free service. You may already be familiar with using a 3. Place the scale on a hard and even table. similar product, but do please take time to 4. Press the button to turn the scale on.The read these instructions – they have been LCD display show full segments for around written to ensure you get the very best from 2 seconds and then go to weighing mode. your purchase.
Safety is Important To ensure your safety and the safety of others, please ensure you read the instruction manual before you operate this 5. If the display is not 0g or 0.0 oz, you can product. Keep this information in a safe pres the R button and hold for 2 seconds place for future reference. to tare it.
ATTENTION 1. Follow the basic safety precautions for all office equipment when using this scale. 2. The manufacturer does not represent this 6. When 0g appear, you can press the R unit to be waterproof. Do not expose this button to select the weight unit between g product to rain or moisture. and OZ. 3. Do not disassemble this scale.The scale does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user. 4. Read all instructions before operating the scale. 5. Use the scale only for its intended purpose. 7. Place the food on the scale platform and 6. Please take care that this scale is not the scale will display the value. designed for commercial or medical use.
FEATURES - 5 kg capacity - 1 g’ graduation - Tare function - g / oz option - Automatically power off 8. After weighing, you can press the button - 23 x 10mm / 0.4 LCD display the turn off the scale or the scale will - +10 °C ~ +35°C operating temperature automatically shut off 120 seconds. - 4 x AAA battery TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE OPERATION If you experience any difficulty in use of the 1. Open the battery cover at the backside of scale: the scale. 2. Insert 4 x AAA batteries to the battery case 1. Check the battery is correctly fitted. and close the battery cover. 2. Check whether the scale is on a flat, level