1. Always ensure the equipment is properly calibrated. Check to see if there is a zero error and try to reset the device to clear the error. Another option is to account for the error when recording the final figure.

2. Our Digital Electronic Scales are very sensitive. External parameters such as the wind, dust, and others can interfere with the reading. Depending on what you are measuring, it may be necessary to take measures to prevent environmental interference with your results. For instance, digital scales used in medical labs come with a protective shield to wade off any influence on measurement by environmental factors.

3. Test the scale before use or in cases where you suspect any malfunction. You can use something with a known weight such as a free weight of 1 pound, or so. The idea is to place something you already know its readings.

4. Always make sure your digital scale is on a level ground or surface. Digital scales give wrong readings if they are off-balance. Make sure all its feet are there and even. Also, clean its bottom regularly to make sure there is no debris collecting under the device which could interfere with how it settles on the surface.

5. Beware of corner load errors. Different positions in a weigh scale may resort to different readings. This makes it necessary to place your object in the center to increase chances of getting accurate readings. Some machines, however, have an auto-centering pan to counter this type of error.

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