I pair my both units (5-in-1 and 01536 indoor monitor) and start working like a charm for several hours, and even a whole day, but after a while the monitor completely looses the signal, even with brand new batteries and short distance between units (5-6 meters, direct sight). When this happens, if I restart both units, by removing and plugging again in the batteries, the monitor starts receiving signal very soon, but I don't think it's a good idea unmounting the sensor several times a day.
You can see in the video how close both units are and with brand new batteries they don't see each other.
Any thoughts about this.
PS: Sorry for my english ;)
Thank goodness I haven't had a baby monitor for 20 years. Rules that out :-). I have moved the display station to different areas in the house with the same results. Right now it is sitting on a table at a window that has nothing electronic near it (within 15 feet) and has clear view of the sensor. I have no neighbors so there isn't any other interference from that.
Yesterday, early morning it had connectivity. it was a very foggy morning where I couldn't see the sensor. Then by 10am the fog had cleared and the display had lost signal... for the better part of the day. Then about 4-5pm it was connected again. Go figure....
If the sensor has lost connection to the display the way to reconnect it would be to remove the batteries and put them back in to re-establish the connection. It sounds like you have done this multiple times. What type of construction material is the house made of? The windows you have you state there is no Argon gas but are they Low E windows? If you keep the sensor and display side by side inside does it maintain the connection or do they lost connection to each other after a certain amount of time?
Breaking News!!! I began to monitor the display everyday as often as I could since my last post. for some unknown reason after 2 days of very sporadic connectivity and many entry's in the "log book" the connectivity seems to have stabilized for the last 8 days. It still drops connectivity for a 15-20 minutes but only once or twice a day.... as best I can tell. HUGE improvement! I can live with this.
Thanks everyone for your inputs.
I'm pretty fed up with this thing and would like someone from support to contact me about a replacement or a refund. I have followed the "troubleshooting" guide to the letter and it simply does not work! It is not the construction material of the house, not the batteries, not the construction material of the windows, not the channel, not the distance the sensor is from the ground or distance between units and not my stupidity. Very disappointed with the product/model.
Can I please get someone from tech support to begin the process of a replacement? I don't feel there is any need to troubleshoot any further. Thank you