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Lo reading on braun thermoscan - Braun IRT3020 Thermoscan Ear Thermometer

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SOURCE: Can you change the temp

Turn off the thermometer
Press and Hold the L/O Button
Continue to hold the start button when the F or C display appears. Watch for these displays to cycle over the display window.
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Release the start button when the F display appears on the screen.
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Listen for a beep and watch for the Braun ThermoScan ear thermometer to shut itself off, indicating that you changed the temperature scale to Fahrenheit successfully.
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Follow the same procedure but release the start button when C shows on the display to switch from Fahrenheit to Celsius.

Posted on Feb 28, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a Braun ThermoScan Type6013 have changed

Problem:
Temperature taken is not within typical human temperature range (93.2 °F - 108 °F / 34 °C - 42.2 °C).

Solution:
Make sure new, clean lens filter is properly inserted. Then, take a new temperature.

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

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It's probable that it needs a new lens filter or the filter needs cleaning. I have no idea how to remove the filter but it probably clips or screws off the bit that goes in the ear.
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Turn off the thermometer
Press and Hold the L/O Button
Continue to hold the start button when the F or C display appears. Watch for these displays to cycle over the display window.
#
Release the start button when the F display appears on the screen.
#
5

Listen for a beep and watch for the Braun ThermoScan ear thermometer to shut itself off, indicating that you changed the temperature scale to Fahrenheit successfully.
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Follow the same procedure but release the start button when C shows on the display to switch from Fahrenheit to Celsius.

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I have a Braun ThermoScan Type6013 have changed batteries twice but keeps coming up LO when try to read a temperature, any ideas?


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Temperature taken is not within typical human temperature range (93.2 °F - 108 °F / 34 °C - 42.2 °C).

Solution:
Make sure new, clean lens filter is properly inserted. Then, take a new temperature.

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