First of all, check whether the sitting posture is correct. The correct sucking posture is to sit sucking, lean forward 45 degrees, and keep the container upright after sucking. In addition, parts are also recommended to be replaced within 3 to 6 months.
Here’s how to troubleshoot Fetalplus 3.0’s leak problems:
(1) Leaking from silicone:
If the leak is coming from the edge of the silicone, your silicone might not be snapped in all the way. It’s also possible that your silicone is faulty or warped. **PLEASE NOTE** heat sterilizing or placing FetalPlus 3.0’s washable parts in the microwave oven are not recommended.
(2) Leaking from motor or collection cup:
If the leak is coming from between the motor and collection cup, it’s possible that the collection cup and/or motor aren’t fully secured. Another possibility is that the collection cup is cracked and the pressure from the suction is overflowing through the crack.
The solution, keep the correct posture, and then stick it with tape
(3) Leaking from the milk pour hole:
If the leak is coming from the pour hole, make sure the silicone shield notch and the collection cup notch are aligned when snapping the pieces together. If the holes aren’t aligned, leaking is likely through the hole(s).
(4) Leaking from flange hole:
If the leak is coming from the flange hole, it could be caused by leaning back too far. It’s also possible that your duckbill needs to be replaced if the slit is opened and allowing milk to travel back up, and into the flange during strong movements.
take out the pump: Tilt it forward 45 degrees and take it out. If it is a nursing bra, it is best to untie the detachable clip. When there is enough space to take it out, it will not touch the silicone flange.
pour milk: flange entrance upward