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Baby’s 1st Digital Thermometer
Over insertion gauge
Congratulations on your purchase of a Safety 1st
Digital Thermometer. Please read the instructions carefully to ensure accurate temperatures and safe operation. When used properly, this high quality product will give you years of accurate, dependable service.
on-off button display window
To avoid damage to flexible tip do not bend beyond 45° angle as shown.
❑ High, prolonged fever requires medical attention especially for young children. Please contact your physician.
❑ Do not allow children to take their temperatures unattended.
❑ Read the enclosed instructions carefully to ensure accurate temperature readings. Temperature readings are affected by many factors including exercise, drinking hot or cold beverages prior to taking a reading as well as technique.
❑ Do not allow children to walk or run during temperature taking. The probe could present a hazard.
❑ Oral, underarm, and rectal temperatures vary by approximately 0.9°F/0.5°C.
SPECIAL PRODUCT FEATURES:
❑ Fast 40-second Rectal readings! 60-Second Oral and
❑ Flexible tip with over insertion gauge for added comfort and safety.
❑ °F (or °C) Stops flashing when reaches highest temperature.
❑ Memory recall of last reading.
❑ Automatic shut-off after approximately 10 minutes for longer battery life.
❑ Long Life, Non-replaceable battery
(approximately 3000 temperatures).
❑ Low Battery Indicator “ ▼ ”.
❑ Water Resistant probe for Easy Cleaning.
HOW TO CARE FOR THIS PRODUCT:
❑ Clean the thermometer tip and probe using isopropyl alcohol or soap and water. Do not immerse in water.
❑ Store the unit in the protective case while not in use.
❑ Do not store or keep in direct sunlight, or in high temperatures.
❑ To avoid damage to probe do not bend beyond 45°
(as shown in above diagram).
❑ Do not drop the thermometer, as this may ruin the unit.
UNDERARM (AXILLARY) USE:
❑ Wipe underarm with a dry towel.
❑ Place probe tip in armpit and bring arm down against the body. The thermometer should be pointing upward in the same direction as your body if possible.
❑ The time required for an accurate underarm temperature may be 60 seconds or longer depending on placement of the probe and closure of the arm against the body.
❑ Read the digital display and add .9˚F/.5˚C to obtain an oral equivalent temperature.
(For children 4 years and older)
❑ Do not drink hot or cold fluids, exercise, or perform other activities that will raise or lower temperature readings when compared to your normal, average temperature. The mouth should remain closed up to 5 minutes before attempting a reading.
❑ Place the probe tip well under the tongue, (See diagram) as indicated by the “✔“.
Instruct children not to bite down on the probe.
❑ The peak temperature should be reached in approximately 60 seconds. Opening the mouth could result in a longer time for a reading.
4. When peak temperature is reached, the °F (or °C) symbol will stop flashing.
5. Read and record the temperature and time for reference. The reading will automatically be stored in the memory.
6. Push the on-off button to turn the unit off. If you do not turn the unit off, it will shut off automatically in approximately 10 minutes.
When the “ ▼ ” appears in the lower right of the display, the battery is exhausted. Dispose of the thermometer as the battery is non-replaceable. Be aware of any local regulations concerning disposal of this product. The battery is well sealed inside the thermometer to reduce the risk of being swallowed by children.
KEEP BATTERY OUT OF CHILD’S REACH. SWALLOWING
BATTERY COULD BE FATAL. BATTERY SHOULD NOT BE CHARGED OR PLACED INTO
EXTREME HEAT AS IT MAY RUPTURE.
Measurement Range: 90.0°F to 109.9°F/32°C to 43.9°C.
Measurement Accuracy: 0.2°F/0.1°C between 96.0°F to 107.0°F/35.5°C to 42°C 35.5°C.
WHAT IS A “NORMAL” TEMPERATURE?:
Temperature readings vary in different individuals. A normal temperature refers to each individual’s average temperature while they are well. Normal average temperatures range from 97°F/36.1°C to 100°F/37.7°C when taken orally. See “RECTAL USE” and
“UNDERARM (AXILLARY) USE” for the oral equivalent of a rectal or underarm reading.
HOW TO TAKE TEMPERATURE:
1. Select oral, underarm or rectal as your measurement site based on the individual requiring a temperature measurement.
2. Push the on-off button located beside the display window. The display will read: “188.8°F indicating the unit is working properly.
This is a function check
If you choose to recall the last measured temperature, hold the on-off button down for 2 seconds, and the last temperature will be displayed on the screen for two seconds. The thermometer will read L °F (or L °C) and begin measuring temperature when exposed to body
3. The °F (or °C) symbol will continuously flash until completion of the temperature taking process. Please note that the “▼” indicates a low battery. An “ERR” message in the window indicates your unit is not functioning properly. Do not expect an accurate temperature reading if this low battery indicator is present. Out-of-range indicator displays “L” when measurement is lower than 90.0°F and “H” when higher than 109.9°F.
❑ Commonly used for babies, young children or when it is difficult to take an oral or underarm temperature.
❑ Lubricate probe tip with a water-soluble lubricant or petroleum jelly.
❑ Gently insert the probe tip no more than 1/2 inch (1.3) cm into the rectum. Do not force the tip into the rectum if resistance is encountered. Please note the ring at the end of the probe helps ensure you don’t insert too far.
Reference over insertion gauge above.
❑ Clean the thermometer as recommended above.
❑ The peak temperature should be reached in approximately 40 seconds.
❑ Read the digital display and subtract 0.9˚F/0.5˚C to obtain an oral equivalent temperature.
ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that this product, Baby’s 1st Digital Thermometer, is free from material and workmanship defects when used under normal conditions for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase. Should the product contain defects in material or workmanship Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc., will repair or replace the product, at our option, free of charge. Purchaser will be responsible for all costs associated with packaging and shipping the product to Dorel Juvenile Group
Consumer Relations Department at the address noted below and all other freight or insurance costs associated with the return. Dorel
Juvenile group will bear the cost of shipping the repaired or replaced product to the purchaser. Product should be returned in its original package accompanied by a proof of purchase, either a sales receipt or other proof that the product is within the warranty period. This warranty is void if the owner repairs or modifies the product or the product has been damaged as a result of misuse.
This warranty excludes any liability other than that express stated previously, including but not limited to, and incidental or inconsequential damages.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT MAY
VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
©2002 Cosco Management, Inc.
Styles and colors may vary.
Made in CHINA to Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc., quality specifications.
Questions? Comments? Contact us:
Visit our web site at www.safety1st.com; Fax: (800) 207-8182
Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc., 2525 State Street, Columbus, IN 47201-7494 (800) 544-1108
In Canada: 12345 Albert-Hudon, Montreal-N, QC Canada H1G 3L1 (800) 544-1108
Dorel UK Ltd., Hertsmere House, Shenley Road, Borehamwood, Herts WD6 1TE UK +44(0)20 8236 0707
Model # 49502
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