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Ear thermometer 6022 is reading PO5 instead of temperatures how do you fix it

When taking temp it beeps like its done then it reads PO5

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SOURCE: We have the Braun 6022

If you whish to switch from Celsius to Fahrenheit, proceed as follows:

(1) Make sure the thermometer is turned off.

(2) Press and hold down the Start button (IRT 4020)
or the «I/O» button (IRT 4520). After about
3 seconds the display will show this sequence:
«°F» / «SET» / «°C» / «SET» ...

(3) Release the Start button / «I/O» button when the
desired temperature scale is shown. There will be
a short beep to confirm the new setting, then the
thermometer is turned off automatically.

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Quite frankly the device is at best unreliable, it measures infra-red in the ear, great in theory but not very reliable in practice. I would use a different thermometer.

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We have the Braun 6022 thermometer. It is reading in C so temps are coming up (ex. 37.1 C) how do we get it back to F


If you whish to switch from Celsius to Fahrenheit, proceed as follows:

(1) Make sure the thermometer is turned off.

(2) Press and hold down the Start button (IRT 4020)
or the «I/O» button (IRT 4520). After about
3 seconds the display will show this sequence:
«°F» / «SET» / «°C» / «SET» ...

(3) Release the Start button / «I/O» button when the
desired temperature scale is shown. There will be
a short beep to confirm the new setting, then the
thermometer is turned off automatically.

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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.
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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.

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It's not po5, its pos... you're not positioning it properly in the ear canal.

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  • 1 Consider that most digital thermometers take a temperature in less than 30 seconds, quickening the temperature-taking process for squirmy children.
  • 2 Read the thermometer's instructions carefully. Never throw the instructions away. Keep them near your digital thermometer.
  • 3 Wipe the thermometer probe with a soapy washcloth or a tissue dabbed in isopropyl alcohol or put on a clean probe, depending on your brand of thermometer.
  • 4 Turn the thermometer on.
  • 5 Use a gentle rocking motion as you insert the thermometer into the ear canal or rectum. Never push or cram the probe into the body. Forcing it causes pain, especially if there is swelling in the ear canal or rectum.
  • 6 Listen for the beep.
  • 7 Remove the thermometer.
  • 8 Read the thermometer. If you see "ERR," you did not get good contact with the ear canal or rectum, and will need to take the temperature again.
  • 9 Use the chart insert that comes with your thermometer to see what your normal reading should be.
  • 10 Clean your thermometer probe with a soapy washcloth and/or isopropyl alcohol before storing.
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