When the baby is in your crib or bassinet and wants to make sure you listen to all the peep or coo, a baby monitor makes this possible. If you own a Summer Infant audio or video monitor, the company offers detailed instructions and product support for consumers. Solve the Summer Infant baby monitor according to the manufacturer’s instructions to solve any product problems.
- Check the connections of both transmit and receive units. Make sure the units are plugged in and switched on. Make sure the outlet works properly, if necessary, by plugging another device or device into the outlet to see if it works.
- Recharge the receiving unit if it sounds to indicate a low battery. The unit will continue to sound until you connect it to recharge the battery. Charging the battery lasts between four and five hours.
- Raise the volume of the receiving unit so you can hear the sounds of the transmitting unit.
- Adjust the position of the two monitor units if you hear feedback squeaks on the receiving unit. Feedback indicates that the units are too close together, so move one or both units to increase the distance between them.
- Move the receiver closer to the baby’s unit if the reception is weak or non-existent. The receiving unit should emit warning beeps when the two units are out of range to warn you of this problem. The warning beeps will stop when the units are within the proper range.
- Pair the units again to solve the problems. Turn off the transmitter unit and turn on the receiver unit. Press the & quot; Vol + & quot; and & quot; Power & quot; buttons of the receiving unit simultaneously for four seconds. You will hear a beep and see a red flashing light. Turn on the transmission unit within 20 seconds and a beep is heard from the receiving unit to indicate correct coupling.
Video Baby Monitor
- Check the connections of the camera and the handheld drives. You must plug in both units and convert them into both. Make sure the outlet works properly, if necessary, by plugging another device or device into the outlet to see if it works.
- Charge the hand-held unit if a beep sounds to indicate that the battery is low. The unit will continue to sound until you connect it to recharge the battery. Charging the battery lasts between four and five hours. Battery life should last approximately 6 hours.
- Turn off the handheld unit, remove the battery, replace it and turn on the handheld unit again. By restarting the hand unit you can solve the sound problems, including the feedback.
- Check the volume of the handheld to make sure it has rotated high enough to make sounds.
- Move the handheld unit further away from the camera unit if you hear feedback.
- Press the “video on / off” button on the top of the handheld unit to solve image problems. Once in video mode, check for items that may be blocking the camera. Move elements, if necessary.
- Solve problems with image clarity by moving the handheld unit closer to the camera unit. Check the proximity of the hand unit to make other electronic devices not placed near it. Move these devices, if possible.
- Pair the units again to solve the problems. Place both units together in the same location and turn on both units. Press the “OK / Menu” button on the handheld unit. Press the “up” arrow on the hand unit and select “Add Cam.” Press the “OK / Menu” button again. Press the “Code” button of the camera within 20 seconds. The green light of the camera will flash and then turn to a solid after successful pairing. You should see the images on the handheld unit, taken with the camera.