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How to Set Up (Mouse trap)

1. Before adding bait, turn the switch to the OFF (“0”) position.
2. Pull and remove the top chamber. Use only a pea-sized amount of peanut butter in the bait area. DO NOT let the bait touch the metal plate surfaces or the sensor detectors, as it may cause a malfunction.
3. Attach the top chamber back into place. Insert 4 “AA” batteries and turn the switch to the ON (“I”) position. The green light will flash to indicate the trap has been activated.
Place the trap on a clean, dry surface along a wall. Position the trap so that the entrance is facing away from the wall.
4. Once a rodent is caught, the green light will flash at 10-second intervals.
A flashing red light indicates low battery life.
5. Rodent Disposal: Turn the switch to OFF (“0”) and remove the batteries. Pull and remove the top chamber and properly discard the rodent. Follow the cleaning instructions on the trap or in the manual.

HOW TO SET UP (Rat & Mouse Trap)

1. Before adding bait, turn the switch to the OFF (“0”) position.
Lift open the bait door and use only a pea-sized amount of peanut butter in the bait area. DO NOT let the bait touch the metal plate surfaces or the sensor detectors, as it may cause a malfunction.
2. Close the bait door. Insert 4 “C” batteries and turn the switch to the ON (“I”) position. The green light will flash to indicate the trap has been activated.
Place the trap on a clean, dry surface along a wall. Position the trap so that the entrance is facing away from the wall.
3. Once a rodent is caught, the green light will flash at 10-second intervals.
4. A flashing red light indicates low battery life.
5. Rodent Disposal: Turn the switch to OFF (“0”) and remove the batteries. Pull and remove the top chamber and properly discard the rodent. Follow the cleaning instructions on the trap or in the manual.

Rodent Disposal

Turn the switch to OFF (“0”). Pull and remove the top of the trap, then properly discard the rodent. Follow the cleaning instructions of the trap in the manual.

Trap Cleaning Instructions

Mouse Trap/Rat Trap
1. Turn the switch OFF (“0”) and remove the batteries. Pull and remove the top chamber.
2. Clean: Use warm water or hydrogen peroxide topical solution and a soft-bristle brush to clean the chamber. DO NOT get any water on the electronic top.
3. Dry: Air dry the interior and exterior chamber completely. Dry hands thoroughly.
4. Reassemble: Attach the top back into place.
5. Reload: Repeat the trap use instructions from steps 1-4.

FAQ

Q: How do you dispose of the dead rodent?
A: Turn the switch to OFF (“0”). Pull and remove the top of the trap, then properly discard the rodent in an outdoor trash bin.

Q: How do you replace the batteries?
A: Turn the switch to OFF (“0”) and insert 4 AA batteries into the compartment.

Q: What type of batteries do you need?
A: 4 “AA” for the mouse trap. 4 “CC” for the rat trap.

Q: Green Led keep flushing, but doesn't catch rats, then how to reset the device?
A:Try resetting the device.Just turn off the switch,reset the trap again by following How To Set Up steps1-5.

Q: How do I know the trap has activated?
A: Turn the switch to the ON (“I”) position. The light will flash green for one second to indicate that it has been activated.

Q: What if the trap is in the attic? Does it make a sound to indicate that something has been caught?
A: This trap is designed with a LED light to notify you of a kill. A blinking green light means a mouse has been caught. We recommend checking the trap frequently.

Q: How many volts does this deliver? Is it enough to kill large rats?
A: This trap provides a shock of about 5,000-8,000 volts for 30 seconds, which is enough to kill most common rat species.

Q: What is the warranty on this?
A: This product has a 30-day guarantee and a 1-year warranty from the purchase date with a copy of the receipt.

Q: Does the trap come with batteries?
A: Batteries are not included.

Q: Can I use this outside?
A: No, it is not weatherproof. But you could use it in any area shielded from water.

Q: What baits should I use in the mouse traps?
A: Peanut butter, chocolate, gumdrops, soft cheese, nuts, and oats work best.

Q: How much bait should I use in the traps?
A: A small pea-sized amount should be placed in the bait area inside the trap.

Q: How do I safely clean the trap?
A: Remove the top of the trap. Use warm water, soft bristle brush, and hydrogen peroxide topical solution only. Do NOT get water on electronic top.
Allow interior and exterior to air dry completely. Dry hands thoroughly before reassembling. To reassemble, simply attach the top back into place.

Q: Where should I place my mouse traps?
A: Place the trap on a clean, dry surface along a wall near signs of rodent activity.

How to Set Up ( MOUSE TRAP & rat trap)

1. Add a small amount of bait using a cotton swab or toothpick. The built-in bait cup makes it easy to hold high-protein substances. Peanut butter or chocolate is best for luring the mouse to the trap.
2. Carefully move the hammer bar to the back of the trap and latch it under the lock hook. CAUTION: DO NOT TOUCH THE TRIGGER PEDAL
3. Place the trap wherever you see signs of rodent activity. Position the trap with the trigger end (bait cup) up against the wall. You’re all set!

TIPS FOR USING TRAPS

1. It’s best to place two traps 5-10ft apart to cover more of an area and increase the potential to catch rodents.
2. Place the traps in target areas with high mouse activity where smudge marks, tracks, or droppings are discovered.
3. Make sure that all other competitive foods sources in your home are kept to a minimum and/or out of reach from rodents to the best of yourt abiliiesy.

FAQ

Q: How do I set the trap?
A: Make sure to read all of the instructions carefully. Follow the instructions on the packaging in order, step by step.

Q: What kind of bait do I use?
A: Food that’s high in protein such as peanut butter, chocolate, hazelnut spread, or meat (bacon, for example).

Q: Can the trap be used more than one time?
A: Yes, you may clean and reuse the trap as long as it is not damaged. Please wear disposable gloves and take sall afety precautions when installing or recovering any traps.

Q: If I reuse the trap, how should I clean it?
A: We recommend cleaning the trap with bleach wipes and then using unscented antibacterial dish soap and warm soapy water.

Q: Would a dead mouse's scent cause another mouse to avoid the same trap?
A: The smell of a dead mouse would entice others to go to the trap or area where the smell is.

Q: What should I do if the mice keep stealing the bait from the trap?
A: If bait is being stolen, make sure the trap is functioning properly by checking that the power source is full and the trap is turning on. Also, use only a very small amount of bait to attract the rodent. Using too much bait can cause the trap’s trigger to fail.

How to Set Up (Mouse trap)

1. Before adding bait, turn the switch to the OFF (“0”) position.

2. Pull and remove the top chamber. Use only a pea-sized amount of peanut butter in the bait area. DO NOT let the bait touch the metal plate surfaces or the sensor detectors, as it may cause a malfunction.

3. Attach the top chamber back into place. Insert 4 “AA” batteries and turn the switch to the ON (“I”) position. The green light will flash to indicate the trap has been activated.
Place the trap on a clean, dry surface along a wall. Position the trap so that the entrance is facing away from the wall.

4. Once a rodent is caught, the green light will flash at 10-second intervals.
A flashing red light indicates low battery life.

5. Rodent Disposal: Turn the switch to OFF (“0”) and remove the batteries. Pull and remove the top chamber and properly discard the rodent. Follow the cleaning instructions on the trap or in the manual.

HOW TO SET UP (Rat & Mouse Trap)

1. Before adding bait, turn the switch to the OFF (“0”) position.
Lift open the bait door and use only a pea-sized amount of peanut butter in the bait area. DO NOT let the bait touch the metal plate surfaces or the sensor detectors, as it may cause a malfunction.

2. Close the bait door. Insert 4 “C” batteries and turn the switch to the ON (“I”) position. The green light will flash to indicate the trap has been activated.
Place the trap on a clean, dry surface along a wall. Position the trap so that the entrance is facing away from the wall.

3. Once a rodent is caught, the green light will flash at 10-second intervals.

4. A flashing red light indicates low battery life.

5. Rodent Disposal: Turn the switch to OFF (“0”) and remove the batteries. Pull and remove the top chamber and properly discard the rodent. Follow the cleaning instructions on the trap or in the manual.

Rodent Disposal

Turn the switch to OFF (“0”). Pull and remove the top of the trap, then properly discard the rodent. Follow the cleaning instructions of the trap in the manual.

Trap Cleaning Instructions

Mouse Trap/Rat Trap
1. Turn the switch OFF (“0”) and remove the batteries. Pull and remove the top chamber.

2. Clean: Use warm water or hydrogen peroxide topical solution and a soft-bristle brush to clean the chamber. DO NOT get any water on the electronic top.

3. Dry: Air dry the interior and exterior chamber completely. Dry hands thoroughly.

4. Reassemble: Attach the top back into place.

5. Reload: Repeat the trap use instructions from steps 1-4.

FAQ

Q: How do you dispose of the dead rodent?
A: Turn the switch to OFF (“0”). Pull and remove the top of the trap, then properly discard the rodent in an outdoor trash bin.

Q: How do you replace the batteries?
A: Turn the switch to OFF (“0”) and insert 4 AA batteries into the compartment.

Q: What type of batteries do you need?
A: 4 “AA” for the mouse trap. 4 “CC” for the rat trap.

Q: Green Led keep flushing, but doesn't catch rats, then how to reset the device?
A:Try resetting the device.Just turn off the switch,reset the trap again by following How To Set Up steps1-5.

Q: How do I know the trap has activated?
A: Turn the switch to the ON (“I”) position. The light will flash green for one second to indicate that it has been activated.

Q: What if the trap is in the attic? Does it make a sound to indicate that something has been caught?
A: This trap is designed with a LED light to notify you of a kill. A blinking green light means a mouse has been caught. We recommend checking the trap frequently.

Q: How many volts does this deliver? Is it enough to kill large rats?
A: This trap provides a shock of about 5,000-8,000 volts for 30 seconds, which is enough to kill most common rat species.

Q: What is the warranty on this?
A: This product has a 30-day guarantee and a 1-year warranty from the purchase date with a copy of the receipt.

Q: Does the trap come with batteries?
A: Batteries are not included.

Q: Can I use this outside?
A: No, it is not weatherproof. But you could use it in any area shielded from water.

Q: What baits should I use in the mouse traps?
A: Peanut butter, chocolate, gumdrops, soft cheese, nuts, and oats work best.

Q: How much bait should I use in the traps?
A: A small pea-sized amount should be placed in the bait area inside the trap.

Q: How do I safely clean the trap?
A: Remove the top of the trap. Use warm water, soft bristle brush, and hydrogen peroxide topical solution only. Do NOT get water on electronic top.
Allow interior and exterior to air dry completely. Dry hands thoroughly before reassembling. To reassemble, simply attach the top back into place.

Q: Where should I place my mouse traps?
A: Place the trap on a clean, dry surface along a wall near signs of rodent activity.

How to Set Up ( MOUSE TRAP & rat trap)

1. Add a small amount of bait using a cotton swab or toothpick. The built-in bait cup makes it easy to hold high-protein substances. Peanut butter or chocolate is best for luring the mouse to the trap.

2. Carefully move the hammer bar to the back of the trap and latch it under the lock hook. CAUTION: DO NOT TOUCH THE TRIGGER PEDAL

3. Place the trap wherever you see signs of rodent activity. Position the trap with the trigger end (bait cup) up against the wall. You’re all set!

TIPS FOR USING TRAPS

1. It’s best to place two traps 5-10ft apart to cover more of an area and increase the potential to catch rodents.

2. Place the traps in target areas with high mouse activity where smudge marks, tracks, or droppings are discovered.

3. Make sure that all other competitive foods sources in your home are kept to a minimum and/or out of reach from rodents to the best of yourt abiliiesy.

FAQ

Q: How do I set the trap?
A: Make sure to read all of the instructions carefully. Follow the instructions on the packaging in order, step by step.

Q: What kind of bait do I use?
A: Food that’s high in protein such as peanut butter, chocolate, hazelnut spread, or meat (bacon, for example).

Q: Can the trap be used more than one time?
A: Yes, you may clean and reuse the trap as long as it is not damaged. Please wear disposable gloves and take sall afety precautions when installing or recovering any traps.

Q: If I reuse the trap, how should I clean it?
A: We recommend cleaning the trap with bleach wipes and then using unscented antibacterial dish soap and warm soapy water.

Q: Would a dead mouse's scent cause another mouse to avoid the same trap?
A: The smell of a dead mouse would entice others to go to the trap or area where the smell is.

Q: What should I do if the mice keep stealing the bait from the trap?
A: If bait is being stolen, make sure the trap is functioning properly by checking that the power source is full and the trap is turning on. Also, use only a very small amount of bait to attract the rodent. Using too much bait can cause the trap’s trigger to fail.