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You need to touch the forehead
Marco
· 29 July 2019
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1. Forehead
Press the head button to power on. Hold the head button, keep in contact, scan the forehead from one side to the other and then release the button, the beep is heard. You can now read the value.
2. Ear temperature … see more
1. Forehead
Press the head button to power on. Hold the head button, keep in contact, scan the forehead from one side to the other and then release the button, the beep is heard. You can now read the value.
2. Ear temperature
Press the ear/mem button to power on. Take off the probe cover, fit the probe snuggly into the ear canal. Press and release the ear/mem button in 1 second, the beep is heard, you can now read the value.
3. Room/object temperature
With thermometer powered off, press ear/mem button for 3 seconds until it shows the house symbol. Then press the ear/mem button to measure. Keep the thermometer about 1-5 cm away from the object. Press and release the ear/mem button in 1 second, the beep is heard, you can now read the value.
4. Silent mode/night function
When thermometer is turned on, keep pressing C/F for 3 seconds, to switch from un-mute to mute.
5. Check memory data
Temperatures are automatically memorised. The ritalia thermometer has 35 sets of memory data. To check the already memorised temperature, turn on the thermometer, keep pressing ear/mem button for 3 seconds to go to the memory mode and press this button again to check the 35 sets of memories one by one. The most recent temperature corresponds to number 1, and the oldest to number 35. No temperature value will display "--M". All memory records erased when battery uninstalled. Press head button to exit memory mode.
6. How to turn off
Thermometer will shut down after 10 seconds of of no use, otherwise press and hold head button for 5 seconds . See less
1. Forehead
Press the head button to power on. Hold the head button, keep in contact, scan the forehead from one side to the other and then release the button, the beep is heard. You can now read the value.
2. Ear temperature
Press the ear/mem button to power on. Take off the probe cover, fit the probe snuggly into the ear canal. Press and release the ear/mem button in 1 second, the beep is heard, you can now read the value.
3. Room/object temperature
With thermometer powered off, press ear/mem button for 3 seconds until it shows the house symbol. Then press the ear/mem button to measure. Keep the thermometer about 1-5 cm away from the object. Press and release the ear/mem button in 1 second, the beep is heard, you can now read the value.
4. Silent mode/night function
When thermometer is turned on, keep pressing C/F for 3 seconds, to switch from un-mute to mute.
5. Check memory data
Temperatures are automatically memorised. The ritalia thermometer has 35 sets of memory data. To check the already memorised temperature, turn on the thermometer, keep pressing ear/mem button for 3 seconds to go to the memory mode and press this button again to check the 35 sets of memories one by one. The most recent temperature corresponds to number 1, and the oldest to number 35. No temperature value will display "--M". All memory records erased when battery uninstalled. Press head button to exit memory mode.
6. How to turn off
Thermometer will shut down after 10 seconds of of no use, otherwise press and hold head button for 5 seconds .

HollyT
· 24 August 2020
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Answer:
You need to touch the head
Marco
· 29 July 2019
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Yes lightly run across forehead
Michael Heffernan
· 29 July 2019
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