How to Change a Battery in a Taylor Lithium Scale

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Located in Illinois, Taylor Precision Products produces a variety of electronic scales that measure your weight accurately. Taylor Lithium Scales require two 3-volt CR2032 batteries to function properly. When the battery is low, your weight and statistic readings will be inaccurate. For the best results with your scale, replace the battery any time the system indicates low power.

Flip your Taylor scale face-down on a flat surface. Remove the screws holding the battery compartment cover in place.

Pull the old batteries out of the battery compartment. Insert the two new batteries with the “+” facing up.

Put the battery compartment cover and screw in place. Flip the scale right side up on a flat surface.


Replace the battery when the display flashes “LO.”