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The Salter model 1036 is a digital disc kitchen scale with a maximum capacity of 5 kg or 11 lb.

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Water has got into the LCD display and discoloured it dirty brown.

I would like to be able to open these scales to dry out the LCD display, but I can't see how to get into the unit. Looking under the six rubber feet reveals nothing and peeling back the info sticker on the base reveals two large screws which I think are calibration screws.

Has anyone opened these scales that could help please?

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No. Just no. Forget the rice - that's an old wives tale.

There's a good article here on iFixit on the subject, but for some reason I can't create a proper link to it. Put this string in the search box at the top of the screen, then when the results come up click on the Wikis tab at the top of the page.

Don't Put Your Device in Rice. Here's Why

There's another article over at Gadget Hacks where they actually tested rice and found that it performed dead last in their list of seven different things they used to dry a phone.

Myth Debunked: Uncooked Rice Isn't the Best Way to Save Your Water-Damaged Phone « Smartphones :: Gadget Hacks

Sorry, I have no idea how to open your scale, but I can tell you rice won't help.

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Unscrew the two screws under the label. They don’t seem to be for calibration.

Two screws tighten the base onto a metal strip which contains the strain gauge.

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