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1 9V battery like in smoke detectors.
Maud
· January 4, 2014
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The new ones with "Smart Glow" do, but unfortunately the manufacturer uses the same model number for the old and new ones: TAT-2000C.
Random Factoids
· December 3, 2014
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I struggled with it a few minutes before getting it open, then after all that trouble I noticed the instructions were right on the little manual in the “Quick Start Instructions” section.
Justin McCauley
· July 18, 2018
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It will work on the Doral pedis artery. I have used it on other places besides the forehead and it works absolutely fine, you shouldn't have a problem
rachelle
· April 25, 2014
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For others who might come across this question and have the same problem: if the thermometer display is cycling through the Memory temperatures, press the button to turn off the display, then *press and hold* the button until the display says 'scan' and it beeps. So pretty much, you start from Off mode, you don't press… see more For others who might come across this question and have the same problem: if the thermometer display is cycling through the Memory temperatures, press the button to turn off the display, then *press and hold* the button until the display says 'scan' and it beeps. So pretty much, you start from Off mode, you don't press the button to turn it on and then try to scan. see less For others who might come across this question and have the same problem: if the thermometer display is cycling through the Memory temperatures, press the button to turn off the display, then *press and hold* the button until the display says 'scan' and it beeps. So pretty much, you start from Off mode, you don't press the button to turn it on and then try to scan.
Sara
· June 11, 2020
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Sometimes. Ours was reading in Fahrenheit, until one day when it started working in Celsius. Manual details how to switch, which involves remove the battery and changing the position of a clip inside. Except...there is no clip inside. Now it is only in Celsius.
J
· June 20, 2015
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I don't believe so
Steve

smartbuy12
Seller · October 23, 2015
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Ok, what i need u to do is scroll past the 8 temp readings then when u see F-C hold the big button and it should switch to what u want.
Gregory
· February 15, 2015
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Mine only displays in degrees fahrenheit.
Bill
· February 4, 2015
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You have to carefully hold the button down without accidentally letting up on the pressure. It's very temperamental. Moving your you finger at all will turn it off instead of take the temp
Nope
· May 7, 2018