The light indicator (A2, B2) does
not light up.
High screeching sound in the
No sound in the parent unit.
The unit has not been turned on.
The batteries are not properly
The batteries are discharged.
The adapter is connected to a
power outlet that does not work.
The units are placed too close to
The volume is turned up too high.
The volume has been turned
The sensitivity setting on the baby
unit has been set to minimum.
Press the ON/OFF button (A1, B1).
Check that they have been placed
correctly according to the + and –
Recharge the batteries while the unit
is turned off.
If the power outlet has a switch, the
switch must be in the on position.
Increase the distance between the
Adjust the volume by turning it down.
Adjust the volume up.
Adjust sensitivity up.
Interference during transmission.
The parent unit indicates that it is
out of range.
The batteries have not recharged.
The unit indicates low battery
power even though the batteries
are fully charged.
It takes some seconds after the
baby cries until you hear a sound
in the parent unit.
Switch to another channel and lower
Reduce the distance.
Place both units vertically and move
them a bit.
There is nothing much that can be
done about local conditions. You might
try turning off light dimmers or other
sources of electronic noise in the
The units rarely have defects.
Turn on the baby unit.
Set both units to the same channel.
Check the batteries.
Take the unit into a place with room
Move the units. Try changing channels
and use both units with the adapter.
Charge the batteries for at least 12
hours. Reduce the distance. Local
conditions may reduce the range
dramatically. Reinforced concrete
and house trailers etc. can give
Check the batteries. Use both units
Other baby units near by may reduce
the range drastically. Change chan-
nels and move the baby unit and/or
the parent unit.
Put the switch on CHA (up) in the unit
with rechargeable batteries.
Charge the batteries for 24 hours with
the unit off.
Buy new batteries from the dealer.
Put the switch on CHA (up) if the unit
has rechargeable batteries.
Check the batteries in the other unit. If
they work in that unit, contact the dea
Another baby unit is close by.
Too great a distance between the
The baby unit has not been turned
The units are set to different
The baby unit batteries are
discharged or low.
The baby unit is too cold.
The range is too great.
Batteries poor or dead.
The A6 or B8 switches are set the
The batteries have gone totally flat.
The batteries are very low or defect.
The A6 or B8 switch is set the
Possible defective batteries.
This is normal. Your parent unit needs some time to check that the
proper baby unit is trying to make contact. If the delay is 4-6 seconds,
there may be other baby units close by.