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Freemie Liberty II Deluxe Pump User Manual

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IMPORTANT: Read this manual prior to use.This manual contains important information for the proper sanitization, use and care of your Freemie Liberty II Breast Pump System.User Manual for Freemie Liberty II Deluxe Breast Pump System

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Congratulations on your purchase and thank you for choosing Freemie Liberty II!

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Your Freemie Mobile Pump is designed to help make your pumping experience compatible with your life, allowing you greater flexibility to pump whenever and wherever necessary.

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ContentsIntended Use 5Important Safety Instructions 6Pump Easily with Freemie 7Freemie Liberty II Pump System 8Freemie Liberty II Pump Features 9Charging for First Use 9Freemie Cup Features 10Preparing Cups for First Use 11Regular Cleaning After Each Use 12Assembling Freemie Cups 13Connecting to Your Freemie Liberty II Pump 14Attaching and Removing Your Clothing Clip 16Positioning Within Your Bra 17Pumping Positions 19Pump Settings 21After Pumping 22Proper Storage of Breast Milk 23Troubleshooting Tips 24Warranty & Specifications 25EMC Guidance 26PAGE 4User Manual for Freemie Liberty II Deluxe Breast Pump System

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Intended Use The Freemie Liberty II is a powered breast pump to be used by lactating women to express and collect milk from their breasts, and is intended for use by a single user.Contraindications For Use There are no known contraindications for use of this product.Product Description The Freemie Liberty II is a personal use electric breast pump and is capable of single and double pumping. The operating life of the Freemie Liberty II is defined to be normal expected use of up to three pumping sessions of 20 minutes per day for one year. The operating life of the Freemie Collection Cups is defined as 60 days. Important Notice If you have any concerns about your health, or experience any pain while nursing or using any breast pump, stop pumping immediately and consult your health care or lactation professional immediately. DAO Health does not give medical advice or lactation advice, make diagnoses or recommend treatment.WARNING: Never use your Freemie Mobile Pump in any location, situation or circumstance that is unsafe for you, your infant or others.Intended UsePAGE 5

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DANGER — To reduce the risk of electrocution:• Always unplug electrical product immediately after charging.• Do not use while bathing, showering or swimming.• Do not place or drop into water or other liquid.• Do not reach for product if it has fallen into water.WARNING — To avoid damage, electric shock, or fire:• This device cannot be serviced or repaired. Do not attempt to open the device. Do not repair yourself. Do not modify the device. Do not attempt to replace Lithium-ion battery. Do not attempt to modify firmware.• Never leave product unattended when plugged into electrical outlet. Micro-USB cable is for charging only, and does not provide a data connection to pump.• Never use or charge pump below 10°C (40°F) or above 40°C (104°F).• Never use if any type of liquid is detected from inside the pump. This could be a sign that the battery is damaged or that liquid has entered the pump through tubing, which will damage the pump. Contact Customer Service. • Close supervision is necessary when this product is used near children or persons with disabilities.• Use product only for intended use as described in this manual.• Only use attachments recommended by the manufacturer. Use with unapproved collection or pump systems may cause injury to you, and damage to your pump.• Never operate this product if it has a damaged cord or port, if it is not working properly, or if it has been dropped, damaged, or dropped into water.• Keep cord and all attachments away from heated surfaces.• Never charge pump during use while sleeping or when drowsy.• Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered.IMPORTANT — To reduce risk of damage, use error or injury:• Do not put any components in the dishwasher or a steam sterilizer. • Do not use solvents, abrasive or brushes on any components.• Never use a damaged device. Replace damaged or worn parts.• Never use if moisture or liquid is detected in Tubing. Only use with Freemie Cups with tongue-shaped Barriers inside. • Always inspect the flexible tongue-shaped Barriers for damage (cuts, tears, or holes) before and after each pump session. Use of a damaged Barrier will cause milk to flow into the Tubing and/or pump motor. This can damage the pump motor and compromise hygiene. Use of a damaged Barrier will void your warranty.• If pumping is uncomfortable or causing pain, turn the unit off and if necessary break the seal between the breast and Breast Flange immediately with your finger and remove the Breast Flange from your breast.• Do not try to express with vacuum that is too high and uncomfortable (painful). If all breast pumps are painful for you even on their lowest suction settings, consider consulting with your lactation or health care professional.• Always inspect Flanges, Cups, Valve Bases, Valves, Barriers, and Tubing prior to use for cleanliness.• Clean, sanitize and dry all parts that come in contact with your breast and breast milk prior to first use. • Disassemble, clean and dry all parts that come into contact with your breast and breast milk after every use.• Do not store wet or damp parts where mold may develop. Freemie Standard Cups work best with Freemie Pumps. Use with non-compatible products may cause injury to you or damage your pump or component parts. • As a general rule, use Freemie only as often and only as long as you normally breastfeed your baby. Consult a lactation professional if you have questions about your milk supply.• Consult your lactation professional if you have questions about whether Freemie is appropriate for you or to help determine the correct Flange size for you.• Freemie is not recommended if we do not have your Flange size.• Freemie is not recommended if you must watch your milk ejection reflex or aggressively massage your breasts while pumping to ensure that they are completely emptying.• Do not share. Freemie is a personal use item.• Do not use Freemie for simultaneous breastfeeding and pumping with compromised infants without first consulting your healthcare or lactation professional.• Do not continue to use Freemie if you experience pain or discomfort in the breast or nipple while pumping. Do not pump or pump and nurse in situations or places that may present any risk to you or your infant.• Keep out of reach of infants and children. Freemie has small parts that can be choking hazards.• If you are a mother who is infected with Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C or Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), pumping breast milk will not reduce or remove the risk of transmitting the virus to your baby through your breast milk.Important Safety InstructionsREAD ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT.This is a single user product. Use by more than one person may present a health risk and will void the warranty. When using electrical products, especially when children are present, basic safety precautions should always be followed.PAGE 6

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Pump Easily with FreemiePump and Feed | Pump and Relax | Pump and WorkMilk contacting components not made with BPA, BPS, DEHP or natural rubber latex.PAGE 7

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Freemie Liberty II Pump System1 Rechargeable Wearable Pump1 Carrying Bag1 Pump Clothing Clip4 Breast Flanges (Sizes 25mm and/or 28mm)2 Standard Cup Parts2 Cup L-Connectors2 Barriers2 Valve Bases2 Valves1 Y-Connector3 Trimmable Tubing Pieces1 USB Charging CableContentsTHE FREEMIE MOBILE PUMP SYSTEM INCLUDES: (2) Barriers(FG072)(2) Valve Bases(FG071)(2) Valves(FG073)(2) Cups(FG068)(4) Breast Flanges(FG069)(FG070)(FG085)(1) USB Charging Cord(FG075)(1) Clothing Clip(FG074)COLLECTION COMPONENTSPUMP COMPONENTS CONNECTION COMPONENTS(2) Cup L-Connectors(FG124)(3) Tubing(FG079)See also: (FG067)(1) Y-Connector(FG080)PAGE 8

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Tubing PortCustomizableMemory ButtonsPower On / OLCD DisplayAdjustable Suction andCycle ControlsAdjustable Timer ControlRechargeableMicro USB PortAutomatic Shuto TimerBattery Life Indicator1 2 3SuctionCycleLiberty®IIM1140 :0040:0 05595 %95 % This pump contains non-replaceable rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries. Charge battery fully prior to first use (approximately 2 to 3 hours).A fully charged battery will provide approximately 2.5 hours operation time (approximately two days based on normal use of up to three 20 minute pumping sessions per day). Your pump may also be used while charging.WARNING: Do not charge pump during use if you are sleeping or drowsy.A fully depleted battery will take approximately 3.5 hours to completely charge. TRAVEL USEIf you are travelling outside the US with your Freemie Mobile Pump System, use appropriate plug adapters. This pump contains rechargeable Lithium-ion batteries which may be restricted from the country you are visiting. Please consult with the country you are visiting to find out if there are any restrictions that pertain to Lithium-ion. For information about travelling with your breast pump in the US, see Liberty II Pump Features Charging for First UsePAGE 9

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Tubing Connection Port8 Ounce (240 mL)Capacity per cupSpill Guard Finger GripsEasy-open Flange TabSpill Guard Flat BaseInternal Barrier For Backflow ProtectionEasy Pour Spout8 Oz.90ºFreemie Cup FeaturesPAGE 10

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• Boil only these hard parts for 10 minutes in large uncoveredpots while stirring constantly. (Covered pots or steamsanitizer systems can damage parts.)• Do not let parts sit on the bottom of the boiling pots.• Parts should have enough room to float freely.• Carefully remove parts from water with a non-metalspoon and let cool completely.• Wash parts after boiling and let dry completelybefore assembling.Preparing Cups for First UseBOIL THESE PARTS DO NOT BOIL THESE PARTS ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONSA: Remove Cup from Flange B: Remove Valve Base and Barrier From FlangeC: Remove Valve from Valve BaseDISASSEMBLEDisassemble and clean Freemie Cups prior to first use. Follow the instructions below to sanitize these parts.• DO NOT boil or steam these parts. Hand wash only.• Hand wash Valve and Barrier parts using plenty of hotwater and liquid dishwashing soap, then rinse clean withhot water for 10 – 15 seconds.These parts do not come into contact with breast milk and need not be washed unless they become soiled. If soiled, take immediate care steps: • The Y-Connector can be washed in hot soapy water, andrinsed well.• The Tubing or L-Connector can be rinsed with hot water.Shake o excess water.• Let parts dry thoroughly before use.• Visually inspect parts to ensure they are clean and repeatsteps or replace part if cleaning was not successful.Breast FlangeValve BaseValveCupL-ConnectorBarrierTubingY-ConnectorPAGE 11

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Do not steam or boil Tubing, Barriers or Valves, as it may cause damage. Do not put any Freemie components in dishwasher or steam sterilizer as it can cause parts to warp and leak. Before and after each use, visually inspect the individual components for cracks, chips, scratches, tears, discoloration or deterioration. In the event that damage to the device is observed, please discontinue use until the parts have been replaced.Damaged Barriers will cause malfunction and can damage your pump.1. Disassemble and wash all components that come into contact with breast milk (Cup, Breast Flange, Valve, Valve Base, Barrier).2. Hand wash parts using plenty of hot water and liquid dishwashing soap, then rinse clean with hot water for 10 to 15 seconds. Use a dedicated dish bin, and avoid washing parts with other dishes.3. Treat all parts with special care. Avoid scratching and excessive heat.4. Clean and dry parts as soon as possible after each use.5. When not in use, store parts disassembled and out of reach from infants and children.6. Do not store assembled Freemie Cups in refrigerator, parts may become loose, malfunction or leak.Dry parts thoroughly before use and leave disassembled when not in use. Regular Cleaning After Each UsePAGE 12

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Assembling Freemie CupsSTEP 1STEP 3 CONTINUED STEP 4STEP 2 STEP 3Place Barrier onto Flange mounting ridge.... and press firmly together. Align Cup Arrow with Tubing Port and snap closed. Listen for the “snap” to ensure Cup closed.Press Valve onto Valve Base. Guide Valve Base over Barrier... Always wash hands prior to assembling Freemie Cups. Assemble clean, dry parts just before use. Inspect Cup and Tubing parts before and after each use. Replace Valve parts every 2-3 months. SNAPCup Arrow Tubing Port (round hole)PAGE 13After time and use you may not always hear a crisp “snap” sound and this is normal. Incorrect assembly may cause poor suction or malfunction.

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Cap one side closed.Y-ConnectorConnecting to Your Freemie Liberty II PumpSINGLE PUMPING DOUBLE PUMPINGFor all tubing connections, press in firmly until you get a secure connection.NOTE: Do not attempt to connect the Y-Connector to the pump. PAGE 14

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Resting Barrier Collapsed BarrierTRIM TUBINGOnce you have tried on your Freemie Wearable Pump System, you may want to alter the Tubing length to fit your body. Before trimming, consider the ways or places you may use your Freemie. Then, measure twice and cut once using clean scissors.Connecting to Your Freemie Liberty II PumpTEST BEFORE USEPrior to placing Cups in your bra:1. Turn on pump.2. Set SUCTION Setting (pink lights) to 10.3. Set CYCLE Setting (blue lights) to 10.4. Barrier inside Cup collapses and releases when assembly is correct.PAGE 15TUBING NOTESTubing can be worn inside your clothing so that it does not show at all. Or, you may choose to wear it outside your clothing if that is more comfortable. Tubing can also be worn under the center front (cleavage) area of the bra, so long as it is not pinched, kinked, or being pulled o. The soft silicone Tubing can be used with or without the special L-Connector part. Tubing should always be used with the Y-Connector part whether single or double pumping. Do not attach the Y-Connector to the pump.

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Attaching and Removing Your Clothing ClipTO ATTACHTO REMOVESlide clip into slot on bottom of pump and snap into place. Clip will ‘click’ into place when secure, and is designed to wiggle a little.Push Down With gentle pressure slide clip down (towards pump) to disengage latch.Push In Press clip slightly inward against pump to disengage from catch. Push Up Slide clip up and o of pump (out of slot).Note: Clothing Clip is not intended for vigorous activity like running.PAGE 16

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Positioning Within Your BraPAGE 17CORRECT NIPPLE POSITION & FLANGE SIZINGEnsure nipple is centered in the Breast Flange and not bent or pinched o. If the tip of the nipple hurts while expressing, check that the nipple is in the center of the Flange.CORRECT POSITIONINCORRECT POSITIONFINDING THE IDEAL BRA FIT FOR YOUBra fit is critical to the proper use of this device because your bra must do the job that your hands would be required to do with a traditional pump.1. Before choosing a bra, pump by holding the Freemie Cups in place with your hands. Consider how much pressure you normally apply against your breasts to pump and observe the optimal position and orientation of the Cups on each of your breasts. Most moms are not perfectly symmetrical, and improper positioning or pressure on one or both breasts may result in low output. It is important to practice and experiment with different bras to figure out how to make the Cups work well and effectively for you. The pressure needs to be consistent throughout your pump session such that no gaps occur. Be aware that the pressure needed may be different when your breasts are full versus when they are emptying. A sports bra works well for many women2. Be sure your bra keeps the Freemie Cups in an upright position and does not allow the devices to slip around, sag downward, or tilt off to the side during use as a loss of suction may occur.3. Make sure you achieve a good consistent seal between the Breast Flanges and your skin.4. Make sure the Freemie Breast Flange opening is centered over the nipple when placed inside your bra.

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Positioning Within Your BraINCORRECTPlacement at any other position can cause milk to flow out while you are pumping.Tubing and pour spout should be upright at the 12 o’clock position. CORRECTWhen filling with milk, keep in the upright position.Flange opening should be centered over the nipple.Tubing in 12 o’clock position.Milk leaking from cups.PAGE 18As with any new pump, expect a period of adjustment to the As with any new pump, expect a period of adjustment to the hands-free and fully concealed pumping experience. After hands-free and fully concealed pumping experience. After a few days of use, review the instructions for bra and Breast a few days of use, review the instructions for bra and Breast Flange fit to evaluate any needed adjustments. Consider what Flange fit to evaluate any needed adjustments. Consider what items in your wardrobe work well and make you comfortable items in your wardrobe work well and make you comfortable while pumping. In preparation for more public use, practice while pumping. In preparation for more public use, practice placing and removing the Freemie Cups at home with different placing and removing the Freemie Cups at home with different clothing. Jackets, cardigans, scarves, and nipple pads can also clothing. Jackets, cardigans, scarves, and nipple pads can also help make Freemie even more discreet. help make Freemie even more discreet.

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Pumping PositionsPAGE 19GOOD PUMPING POSITIONSPOOR PUMPING POSITIONSFreedom of movement with Freemie depends on:• How Cups are oriented on your breasts• Security of Cups in your bra• Amount of milk in Cups• How much Cups are jostledA range of pumping positions are possible with Freemie.Mind the pour spout!

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Dime17.91 mmHalf Dollar30.61 mmQuarter24.26 mmFinding Your Best Flange FitFinding Your Best Flange FitFinding the best Breast Flange fit cannot simply be done by measuring your nipples because some nipples stretch more than others under suction. You can estimate your size, but some trial and error may be needed for you to optimize your comfort and milk output. Experiment to find the right fit and keep in mind: • You may need a dierent size than the Flanges provided. • You may need a dierent size for each nipple because no one is perfectly symmetrical. • You may prefer higher suction, making Flange comfort crucial. • Your nipple may expand in diameter and length while pumping and may change over time, so keep all of your sizes.Flange is too small for the nipple to move freely in and out of Flange. May cause rubbing or chafing.Comfort is key! It may take a few tries to find what works. The Breast Flange size is measured across the opening that your nipple fits into.Flange is too big allowing too much breast and areola tissue to be drawn into Flange. May cause bruising.Flange is correct size when the nipple moves in and out of the Flange freely. Choosing Another Size Use a ruler or coin diameters to estimate your erect nipple base size. Choose the nearest size Flanges or Fitmie inserts that are slightly larger than your nipples.Internal Diameter is measured across the opening.25mm28mmPAG E 20 Fitmie soft inserts for pumping comfort, available in sizes 15mm – 26mm. Sold separately.Nipple BaseNippleAreolaMeasure

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Suction Settings: 1=Low 10=StrongCycle Settings: 1=Fast 10=SlowTurbo Power: Press Cycle up one time after 10 for the slowest suction and release cycle.3 Customizable Memory SettingsYou may find it helpful to start with a weaker Suction and faster Cycle to trigger the Stimulation Phase and adjust to a stronger Suction and slower Cycle as you move into the Expression Phase.MINIMUM SETTINGMAXIMUM SETTINGSuction 10 and Cycle 10Suction 1 and Cycle 1Pump SettingsPAGE 21Power/BatteryGenerally it is acceptable to keep the pump fully charged, however, completely running down the battery periodically can help maintain the life of the battery.1.Power On/O: Turn pump on or o by pressing the power button.2.When the pump is turned on, the timer starts at 40 minutes andcounts down to 0. At 0 minutes the pump turns o automatically.If you wish to pump more than 40 minutes, simply turn the pumpon again.3.A fully charged battery (4 bars on LED display) will provideapproximately two and a half hours of operation time dependingon settings used.4. A completely depleted pump battery can take up to 4 hours tofully charge. Pump may be used while charging.5.Charge pump with micro-USB to USB cord. Use cord with yourUSB wall outlet if desired.Refer back to pump features on page 9.Pump Settings For safety reasons, the pump will always start at the lowest settings. Independently adjust pump Suction and Cycle settings to your personal preference by pressing up or down on the arrow keys. 1.Suction Settings: Slowly increase the Suction level until youfeel a comfortable suction. If you turn Suction to max (10) anddo not feel any suction, stop pumping and check assembly andconnections to ensure they are secure and correct.Warning: If at any time the suction is uncomfortable or causespain, decrease the Suction arrow key one level at a time until youreach a comfortable level, or turn o pump. If you feel excessivesuction (more than usual), check your Cup Barriers for rips ortears. Stop use and replace Barrier part if damage is found.2.Cycle Settings: Gradually increase the Cycle speed to 10 fora slow draw and release. Decrease the Cycle speed to 1 for afast draw and release.3.Turbo® Power: For the slowest draw, press Cycle up one timeafter 10 for Turbo, and the Turbo indicator light will turn on.Turbo can be used with any Suction level.Customizable Memory SettingsUse the memory function for easy one-touch recall of your 3 favorite pump settings. 1.Choose a pump Suction and Cycle setting.2. Press and hold one of the numbered pump buttons for 4 seconds.3. Recall setting by pressing numbered button and releasing quickly.4. The numbered indicator light will light up when saved or used.

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FlangeBarrierValve BaseValveCupAfter Pumping4. Cups may be set flat.1. Turn the pump o.Pour milk quickly and confidently into a storage bag or bottle of your choice.Tips:• Tap Cup gently to dislodge any milk trapped in Valve.• Practice transfers with water first. Use Pour Spout to transfer milk to storage.Fully disassemble and clean these parts immediately after use.2. Pull Tubing from the tops of the Cups to disconnect. 3. Carefully remove Cups from your bra. When you are done pumpingTransferring milkPour SpoutPAGE 22

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P226 (A)Please note that as of February 12, 2021, the US CDC has updated their recommendations for storage of Breast Milk. Please see below. Refer to the CDC website for current guidelines. Storage of Breast MilkPAGE 23Please note that as of February 12, 2021, the US CDC has updated their recommendations for storage of Breast Milk. Please see below. Refer to CDC website for current guidelines. How do I thaw and use stored breast milk?• Always make sure to check the date on the milk’scontainer before using. Do not use undated milk,or milk that has been stored too long.• Thaw frozen milk in the refrigerator or under cool,running water.• Heat the milk under warm, running water andgently swirl the container to mix the milk.• If warm water is not available, heat a pan of wateron the stove. Once the water is warm, not boiling,remove the pan from the stove and place the milkcontainer in the pan. Never warm the milk containerdirectly on the stove.• Never microwave breast milk because microwavescan cause dangerous hot spots that could burn youor a baby.• Always test the temperature of the milk on theinside of your wrist before feeding it to a baby.The milk should feel warm, not hot.• After thawing, milk should be stored in therefrigerator for no more than 24 hours.• Never refreeze thawed milk. Throw away previouslyfrozen milk that is not used within 24 hours.

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Troubleshooting TipsPAGE 24Loss of Suction• Make sure pump is turned on, motor is running, and suctionlevel is turned up to your regular setting.• Make sure that parts are correctly assembled and fittogether snugly. Check that you have seated the Barrieronto the mounting ridge on the back of the Breast Flange.Do not vary assembly instructions.• If the fit between the Valve Base and Flange is loose,try replacing the Valve Base with a new Valve Base, and/orre-boil the hard cup parts.• If suction has diminished, try replacing the Valves with newValves. This part should be replaced approximately every2 – 3 months to maintain good suction.• Check the Tubing, Y-Connector and L-Connectorfor obstructions.• Make sure L-Connectors are pushed securely intoBreast Flange (round) ports.• Make sure Breast Flange is securely pressed against breastcreating a seal around nipple and is properly seated in bra.Check that no bra material or Tubing is between the Cupsand your skin. Nipple should not be bent or pinched insidethe Breast Flange, and Cups should not be tilting upward,downward, or o to the side.Breasts Not Emptying• Always center Breast Flange over nipple. If the BreastFlange is o the center of the nipple you may impede milkrelease, experience loss of suction, or prevent the completeemptying of the breast.• Try adjusting the position of Freemie. Comfortably positionyour body to help create the best seal between Freemieand your skin. Experiment with your body position bysitting up straighter, leaning forward a little, or pulling yourshoulders back.• The Breast Flanges come in the standard 25mm and28mm. Additional soft Fitmie insert sizes 15mm – 26mmare available and sold separately. Visit www.Freemie.comfor the latest in sizing options and accessories.• If you require a Flange diameter or depth that wedo not currently oer, then unfortunately we do notrecommend the Freemie System as your full time pump.• If problems emptying your breasts persist, consult yourlactation or healthcare professional.• Try a tighter fitting bra to ensure that the bra can supportand maintain both an adequate seal and hold Freemie in anupright position. Consider trying a sports bra.• If single pumping, be sure Y-Connector plug is securelyclosed on one side.• If pump lights are on, but no vibration is detected frompump even at highest settings, contact Customer Service.Milk in Tubing• Check that the Cups have been correctly assembled bymounting the Barriers onto the Breast Flanges.• Thoroughly inspect the Barrier parts for any hole or tear.Under a bright light, uncurl Barrier edges, and gentlysqueeze part open to look for damage. Replace ifdamage is found.• Make sure you are using a Freemie Pump or approvedcompatible pump.For more troubleshooting support, FAQs, articles, and how-to videos please visit our Knowledge Base.

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Warranty & SpecificationsFreemie products are Personal Use Only, and cannot be returned once opened. The Freemie Liberty II Pump mechanism is guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year of normal use from the date of purchase, with proof of purchase. Normal use is defined as up to three 20 minute pumping sessions per day for one year. Other parts and accessories of the of the Freemie Liberty II Pump and Standard Collection Cups are are guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 60 days. Warranty can only be claimed in the country of purchase through authorized Freemie distributors. Warranty does not cover misuse, abuse or excessive wear and tear. Spare parts are available at Plastic parts do wear out with regular use, so plan ahead to avoid disruptions to your pumping routine. In the event of a verifiable defect that is not the result of misuse, abuse, excessive wear and tear or alteration, Dao Health will replace this product at Dao Health’s discretion. Returns will not be accepted without a return merchandise authorization, which must be obtained from Dao Health’s Customer Service. All shipping costs are the responsibility of the shipper.Important: Failure to use and maintain the Barrier in good condition may cause damage to your pump and will void your warranty. If milk flows into the Tubing, turn off the pump immediately. Refer to the User Manual for instructions on cleaning or replacing Tubing. Failure to turn off the pump when milk gets in the Tubing will cause damage to your pump.DisposalThe pump unit must not be disposed of with normal household waste, but should be taken to a collection point for recycling electric and electronic equipment.SpecificationsSymbols on the PumpDo not dispose of pump with household wasteRefer to the operating instructions and warningsS/NSerial Number Application part type BF PAGE 25Medical Device CISPR 11, Group 1, Class BProtection Type Class 11 aPower Adapter Input: 100–240V~50/60Hz 0.2A Output: 5V DC, 1000mALiberty II Pump 5V DC 5 – 500 mABattery Capacity and Type 2200mAh, 3.7V, 8.14Wh Polymer Li-IonPump Weight 0.55 lbsTemperature/ Humidity Range: Operation 50°F – 104°F (10°C – 40°C) / 25–95%Temperature/ Humidity Range: Storage 32°F – 122°F (0°C – 50°C) / 30–70%Temperature/ Humidity Range: Charging 50°F – 113°F (10°C – 45°C) / 30–70%Water and Dust Protection Class IP22

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EMC GuidanceWarnings• This pump may have problems operating when it is usednear household items that emit electromagnetic waves,such as small appliances and television or video equipment.Do not operate pump near other electronic equipment.• Static electricity can damage your pump.• Virtually all electronic equipment, portable and mobileRF communications equipment can aect medicalelectrical equipment.• Do not stack units as EMC emissions can result.FCC Part 15This 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 undesired operation.Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.This equipment generates, uses and can radiate incidental radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, this device does not contain any WiFi, bluetooth, NFC or other transmitters or receivers, but there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna of theaected equipment.• Increase the separation between this equipmentand receiver.• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuitdierent from that to which the aected receiveris connected.• Consult the dealer of the aected equipment or anexperienced radio/TV/electronics technician for help.PAGE 26P234(A)

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Spare parts are available on our website at www.freemie.comFor Customer Support or to make a warranty claim please visit our website.