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#11 (permalink)      5/11/2021 9:58:41 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I can confirm that this scale (SKU 9686251) requires a 100g weight for calibration.

The calibration procedure is as viking65 described earlier, and as shown in the video clip he included.
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Here's an update regarding this scale (SKU 9686251).

I ordered the first one on July 4th, 2020.
That one requires a 100g weight for calibration.

I ordered a second one on April 19th, 2021.
That one requires a 500g weight for calibration.

There are no other apparent differences between the two.

So if you want to know the calibration requirements for one you are about to buy, better have FT's costumer service check it.
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How to calibrate the scale using different weights:

Weights that can be used: 500 gram, 300 gram, 200 gram, 100 gram, 50 gram, 30 gram, 20 gram, 10 gram

Long press the unit key (mode), the range of the machine will appear, press the reset key once to switch to 100, and press the unit key again, then the range of 100.00 will appear. After the number flashes, just put the corresponding weight on it. For automatic calibration, just turn off the weight and take off the weight, and then turn it on again.
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Above example for a 100 gram weight