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Readout is flashing a series of dash marks, and will not stop. I just put in a new battery

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    Joe Zhang Jul 04, 2017

    I have the exact problem now. Does some boday could help me? Thanks!

  • Paul Bevins
    Paul Bevins Dec 06, 2017

    What do the flashing dashes represent?

  • Karatebrain Jan 09, 2019

    Thank you Bud. I've been trying all different batteries thinking my caliper required a special one when all the time I wasn't pressing it far enough. U da man!

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Hold the origin button for greater than 1 second. You may need to use a point tool to push the button all the way down.

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Http://www.mitutoyo.com/videos/zero-caliper/

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Thanks for the post (just ran into the same issue, now fixed)

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