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20 Troubleshooting
7. Troubleshooting
Power Indicator on the Parent Unit does not come on
Check whether the Parent Unit is powered on.
Check whether the battery is charged.
Recharge the Parent Unit by connecting it to the power supply.
The Parent Unit beeps repeatedly
The Parent Unit and the Baby Unit may be out of range with each other.
Reduce the distance between the units, but not closer than 3 feet.
The Baby Unit may be switched off. Slide the ON/OFF switch 0 to the On
position to switch on the Baby Unit.
The battery in the Parent Unit is running low. Connect the Parent Unit to the
electrical outlet with the supplied power adapter for recharging.
icon on the Parent Unit flashes
Battery pack in the Parent Unit is running low. Connect the Parent Unit to the
electrical outlet with the supplied power adapter for recharging.
The Parent Unit switches itself off
It could be that the Parent Unit is in standby mode. Check whether the video
on timer has been selected in the menu and deactivate it where necessary.
Cannot hear sound or baby crying from the Parent Unit
The volume level in the Parent Unit may be set too low. Refer to section 4.1
for volume level settings.
The Parent Unit and the monitoring Baby Unit may be out of range with each
other. Reduce the distance between the units, but not closer than 3 feet.
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