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Keep the batteries out of children’s reach.
Any battery may leak battery acid if mixed with a different battery
type, if inserted incorrectly (put in backwards) or if all batteries are not
replaced or recharged at the same time. Do not mix old and new
batteries. Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable
Any battery may leak battery acid or explode if disposed of in fire or
an attempt is made to charge a battery not intended to be recharged.
Never recharge a cell of one type in a recharger made for a cell of
Discard leaky batteries immediately. Leaky batteries can cause
skin burns or other personal injury. When discarding batteries, be sure
to dispose of them in the proper manner, according to your state and
Always remove batteries if the product is not going to be used for
a month or more. Batteries left in the unit may leak and cause damage.
Recommended type batteries—alkaline disposables. NEVER mix
battery types. Change batteries when product ceases to operate
TROUBLESHOOTING: If your device is not functioning
properly, check for the following problems:
1. No batteries in electronics module.
2. Batteries dead.
3. Batteries in backwards—check “+” and “-”.
4. Corrosion on battery terminals. Rotate batteries in place
against terminals, or clean with sandpaper or steel wool if
corrosion is severe.
5. Batteries too weak.
If you still have problems, call our toll-free number,
USA 1-800-345-4109 (Canada 1-800-667-8184).
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
For Safe Battery Use