20 Most Recent DigiWeigh 100 X 0.01 Gram Digital Jewelry Pocket Scale Questions & Answers


Hi,
you need just to recalibrate it:
The procedure is standard for semi-all models of pocket scales, but the way how to get to calibration mode differs from model to model (or vendor to vendor).
In brief:
1.While turn-on get to the calibration mode (by pressing and holding the ON button, or holding TARE while turinig on) You should hold this "magic" combination until the LCD will show a number (large number - it was more than 2000 in my case). This number is a raw data from the sensor.
2.Now release the "magic" button.
3.Press it one more time, the display will show 2Ero and then 100.0
4.Now put calibrated weight of 100 grams on the scale and wait 3 seconds.
5.Press "magic" button again.The display will show CAL and then PASS.
6.Now remove the weight and turn off the scale.
7.Thats all - now you can use your scale as usually.

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Jul 22, 2019


It worked on mine,
I pushed Mode, Power, Tare at the same time.
It came up in Cal mode.
I added penny's till it was 995 or so then added small pieces paper to it till it was 100 then up popped passed. I turned it off then it works fine now.
Thank You!!!!!!!

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Apr 26, 2019


Why would it do that after you change the batteries though? Im having the same issue

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Jul 27, 2018


I thought the scale was just completely broken, I was able to fix by doing the following.

1. turn unit off
2. hold down the on/off/tare AND the MODE button.
3. The unit will come up with a bunch of numbers on the screen. Release the buttons
4. Press MODE once, you will see "100" flash on the screen. if you don't press the button a second time.
5. place 100g of tare weights on the scale.
6. Press MODE button again. After this my scale said PASSED and shut off.
7. remove tare weights and turn device on. It should now register properly.

In my case. the scale was misregistering the 50g weights as 75. I shut it off. I pulled up ever so slightly on the scale plate on the hinge side of the plate are repeated steps 1-7.

I have no idea why they don't have a 3 part calibration on these.

It is working like a charm now!



DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Mar 08, 2018


Have you tried removing the battery, it should return to default settings

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Dec 03, 2017


  1. First, try recalibrating the scale with nothing on it.
  2. If there is a reset button on the device, press it.
  3. Try replacing the battery.
  4. If it still acts up, it's probably time to get a new scale.


I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/jeremy_69f3cc28d95bf514

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Sep 29, 2017


Remove the battery - this happens when the scale tries to use a dead battery instead of the wall power supply.

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Mar 20, 2016


thank u very much

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Feb 16, 2016


If you don't have the measured weights that sometimes come with scales or can be purchased individually, I'd recommend using a United States nickel/5 cent coin. They are supposedly an exact 5 g's each, and a Volt-100 scale requires 100 g's for recalibration. Therefore, you can recalibrate your scale using 20 nickels. I also use a Volt-100 and so far this has worked for me exactly; the most it's ever been off is .02 g, which is basically nothing.
What you do is remove your batteries, (I'd replace them with brand new ones if you have the option) then place the scale on a completely smooth, perfectly level, flat surface. Power the scale on, make sure it is reading 0.00, hold the M (mode) button until CAL comes on the screen, release the button for a quick second, then press it again one more time (quickly, don't hold this time), and then wait until "100.00 g" is flashing on the screen. Then you're going to place your 20 nickels on the scale as smoothly and with as little jostling or movement as possible. After a moment, the screen should read out "PASS". You then power the scale off (don't weigh anything before turning it off as it can possibly adjust the calibration you just set or weigh out heavily or light) and to test out your newly calibrated scale, turn it back on and weigh one nickel. It should be exactly 5 g's, with no more than a .02 digression in either direction if done properly. Good luck!

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Jan 02, 2016


everything you need is on the lid,there are no manuals

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Nov 03, 2015


It often just needs recalibrating. Try turning the scale on while holding the mode/tare button with nothing on the scale. Then press the tare button again. It should show a calibration weight which you should put onto the scale. Then it automatically calibrates.

DigiWeigh 100 X... | Answered on Dec 01, 2014

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