Q: The Parent Unit is continually beeping?
A: Please see page 37 (User Guide) for the list of tones the Parent unit makes. The Parent unit will beep for a number of reasons:
− The link has been lost between your units, see page 15-16. Check that the Baby Unit Link indicator
is illuminated. If not, please ensure that the power adapter is still connected and if this still does not
switch on, please test in a different electrical socket.
− The feed timer has been set, see pages 29-32 (User Guide).
− The crying alert is switched on, see page 36 (User Guide).
− The temperature alert has been triggered, see pages 32-35 (User Guide).
− The batteries are low, see pages 13-14 (User Guide).
− The Find button has been pressed on the Baby unit, see page 23 (User Guide).
If the Parent unit still beeps after checking the points opposite, please try switching the Baby unit off at the power for approximately 30 minutes. Ensure the Parent unit is clean by wiping with a damp cloth. If the problem persists call the Oricom Customer Support for advice.
Q: My Unit’s Link light does not come on?
A: 1) Check that both the Baby and Parent units are switched on.
2) Check that the batteries in the Parent unit are correctly installed and that they are charged.
3) Check that the mains power is plugged in and switched on at the Baby unit.
4) Check that the units are within range of each other.
Q: The Link light is flashing green:
A: If you have pressed to use the Talk Back feature, the Link light will flash to indicate one-way communication between the units, as the units are searching for a communication link.
Check units are within range of one another.
Check both units are turned on.
Q: The Link light is red?
A: The link between your units is broken. You will also hear an alert on the Parent unit to let you know there is no communication between the units. If this happens, check that the mains power (or batteries) is correctly connected and that the units are within range of one another. See page 15 for instructions on linking the units (User Guide).
Q: The battery is low on the parent unit?
A: Charge the Parent unit batteries by either putting the Parent unit back on the charger or plugging directly into a wall power socket.
Place Parent unit back on the charger as frequently as possible or ideally leave it on the charger to ensure the batteries remain charged.
To fully charge the batteries, the Parent unit should be on charge for approximately 16 hours if switched off and 24 hours if switched on to reach maximum charge.
To speed up the charging process turn the Parent unit off when charging if it is not being used.
Parent unit remains silent or very quiet.
You may have set the volume too low, see page 19 (User Guide) to increase the volume.
You may have switched Mute on, see page 19 (User Guide).
Q: I can hear a high-pitched noise?
A: The units might be too close to each other.
The volume setting might be too high, see page 19 (User Guide).
Q: The Talk back feature is not working as it should?
A: Check that the volume is loud enough at the Baby Unit, see page 19. (User Guide).
Check the units are linked, see pages 15-16 (User Guide).
Q: What sound tracks are included?
A: Lullabies: 3 Blind Mice, Brahms, Hush Baby, Night Night, Twinkle Star
Classical: Canon in D, Dream Chase, Dreaming, Night Music, Pavane
White Noise: Hair Dryer, Vacuum Clean, Womb Noise
Nature: Bird Song, Calm Waves, Lake Sounds, Summer Night, Whale Song