Take action to reduce room temperature by opening or closing a window or door. If it is not possible to bring the room temperature down then you may need to remove all bedding and clothing from your baby, leaving them in just a diaper. Additionally you could use a fan to move air around the room (ensuring it is not within reach of your baby or pointing directly at your baby) and give your baby extra drinks. In extremely warm temperatures, sponge your baby down with lukewarm water. If in doubt consult your health professional.
Take action to increase room temperature or adjust the baby’s bedding and clothing. Please note, always remember to check your baby to make sure he or she is not too hot or cold. To check if your baby is too hot look for sweating or feel the baby - don’t worry if hands or feet are cold, that’s normal. If in any doubt, please consult your health professional.
Even in winter, most babies who are sick or feverish need fewer clothes and/or less bedding. Check your baby’s temperature regularly and if your baby is sick, seek medical advice.
The colors on the Gro-egg are designed to glow gently and be visible in very low level light or dark conditions. In lighter conditions use the digital readout.
Check that the round switch on the base of the Gro-egg is indented in the ‘on’ position. Check that the power supply is securely in place at the back of the Gro-egg.