20 Most Recent Safety 1st Quick Read Ear Thermometer Questions & Answers

According to the 10428 manual from Safety 1st:
"When 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 cover
is sonic-welded to the main housing of the thermometer, the battery is well sealed inside the thermometer to reduce the risk
of being swallowed by children."

Safety 1st Baby... | Answered on May 03, 2017

Our distributors can help -

Safety 1st Baby... | Answered on Nov 16, 2014

We would recommend you contact Dorel USA for assistance

Safety 1st Baby... | Answered on Nov 16, 2014

The battery compartment is secured to the bottom of the bassinet. Remove the baskets from the fabric shelf (if present) and look between the frame rails. The battery compartment has two covers, each secured by a Philips screws (one on each side of the compartment). Unscrew the screws and you'll see 2 AA batteries in each section. Match the orientation of the batteries when you replace them. Then replace the covers and their screws. Then put back the baskets.

The instructions for the Nod-A-Way Bassinet are available from the manufacturer: http://safety1st.djgusa.com/en/djgusa/nod-a-way-trade%3B-bassinet-bt044awu--1 . The direct link to the manual is http://safety1st.djgusa.com/product_instructions/en/BT044_inst_ES_030612.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Safety 1st Baby... | Answered on Oct 11, 2014

Yes, most manufacturers recommend installing your car seat in the middle of the rear seat to reduce the risk to your baby should a side impact occur. The farther your baby is from the walls of the car, the less chance that a physical hit will occur.

That said, it is still safe to install your car seat on the side, as may be necessary if you have two children in car seats.

Many law enforcement agencies offer free car seat installation inspections to make certain your car seat is installed correctly. Check the National Highway Traffic Safety Association website for local options: http://www.nhtsa.gov/cps/cpsfitting/index.cfm

Safety 1st Baby... | Answered on Oct 22, 2012


At Dorel UK we're unable to supply spare part items for this particular product - we would only be able to recommend purchasing a 2nd hand walker of the same model to salvage spare parts from it.

Safety 1st Baby... | Answered on Jul 06, 2012

This product is not one that is available in the UK so we would need to know what country you're in so that we can provide you with the customer service contact details for that country.

Safety 1st Baby... | Answered on Jun 02, 2012

hello, I was wondering if you could please help me. My baby monitor is working find, but ater about 5 minuter, the screen goes black although I could still hear the sound.

Safety 1st Baby... | Answered on Jan 20, 2011

e-bay. Check the symbols on the back of the one you need replacing (or if lost the place you plug it into), you'll have some information that says 'input XXX and output XXX). Type 'universal adapter' into ebay, and you'll come up with a whole load of chargers, and some differnt fittings.

check the descriptions bfor buying.

when you get it, set it up avcccoring to the instructions and the symbols on the back of the original adapter.

Safety 1st Baby... | Answered on Sep 01, 2009

Some say as early as 4 months but I say wait at least six. Make sure what you are giving them is very soft and in small pieces. Stay away from kiwi, mango and grapefruit until they are at least two because babies can be allergic to them.

Baby Care | Answered on Nov 09, 2018

Short answer -Yes. You need to be able to get around and function when you're out of your home, and they'll at least help you while being discreet.

Baby Care | Answered on Oct 20, 2018

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