I have a sound and light baby monitor. The number on the back is 0237vr. Another number on the back is fcc id cctj1315-05. The monitor detects sound with the light flashing from left to right, but it does not detect the baby crying sound. Do you know what the problem might be and how I can fix it? Thanks.
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you need to power on the monitor. second, push the power button so you see the list of camera numbers at the bottom. third, scroll over to the camera of choice, fourth, press and hold video on and off button on top of monitor. when red light begins to flash press the code button on back of camera so green light flashes. will sync from there..... best of luck.... any further problems feel free to email me email@example.com.... i wrench on and build these exact systems and more for a living
I just fixed my unit that had this same problem. You have to re-pair the two units... Turn the parent unit off. Hold the "volume down" button while you turn the parent unit back on. The unit should beep and flash all volume lights. Release the volume button and the press again for ~2 seconds. The volume lights will light up and stay on. Next, turn the nursery unit off and then back on. This should re-pair the two. I hope it fixes your problem!
A delay may be caused by interference from other radio sources. I heard of one case where a woman's cell phone call overpowered the transmit power of her baby monitor.
Other things that can cause interference or other receiver problems: 1. monitor in contact or close proximity to running appliances or their cords. (induced electromagnetic field) 2. neighbor with baby monitor on same channel ('cross-talk') 3. distance between transmitter and receiver too far (the strength of a radio signal fall dramatically over larger distances. think of how often you lose cell phone coverage) 4. reduced power: low battery strength or cooked power supply 5. transmitter or receiver insulated from signal (if your monitor was transmitting/receiving through any metal obstruction)