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Hi, we have a motorola baby monitor, which has worked great until now. The plug for the power cord on the monitor has "fallen in" the monitor. I have tried to open the monitor to get it out, but that doesn't seem doable. I have also tried to find replacement monitors online -- it appears that replacement cameras are much more likely. I have the camera and would like to buy a monitor without having to buy the whole package.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
cold be intefernce from any other electronic device... potentially at a neighbours. even though mifddle of the night, could be microwave, kettle, electric blanmket, heaitng system, etc etc ... any appliance. If on the 2.4ghz wavelength could also be a computer wireless network nearby? good luck with finding and isolating - worst case, take it back and get one on the 1.8ghz ... which is reserved for these devices, and cordless phones, etc
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
1. Place camera and handset no more than 1 foot apart.
2. Select "Device" on handset and highlight "Add."
3. Press and hold button on camera. When green light starts to blink rapidly, press right on handset while continuing to hold camera button in.
4. When handset says "Please Wait," camera button can be released. "Successful" will display on handset screen when camera has been added.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
Keeping the LED monitor portion on the entire time sucks the battery pretty quickly on mine. It has an automatic shut off button but if you're like me, you probably check it constantly. I found that when I'm not turning on the LED portion and also turning it off when he's awake and with me, it keeps the charge MUCH better.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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My wife and I have the same monitor in the picture on this FixYa site. The battery pack is basically two AAA nickel metal hydride rechargeable batteries. Remove the old battery pack. Cut the paper that binds the batteries and plastic pieces in place. We bought a pack of rechargeable batteries at Radio Shack. I cut a piece of metal coat hanger about 2/3" long. I then bent it in half forming a squashed U. I placed the piece of hanger in the "top" (w/o holes) piece of plastic and placed the new batteries in the plastic piece (realize that the RH battery needs to have "+" down and the LH battery (-) down). I also slid the bottom piece onto the batteries too. I used some electrical tap to hold the batteries and plastic pieces together (wrapped around the assembly). Snap it in...it will fit slightly tighter than the original, but will work just fine. One could possibly forgo the hanger piece and maybe use some aluminum foil. I figured the coat hanger is a better conductor.
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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Is it still under warranty? Need to provide a copy of your dated sales receipt to confirm warranty
To obtain service or information, please call:+44(0) 845 218 0890 in the UK
+65(0) 68412668 in Singapore or on the Web: www.motorola.com
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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