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How do I assemble my Philips Avent Comfort breast pump?

Updated on 2018-05-17

Your Philips AVENT breast pump is designed to be easily assembled and cleaned. Follow these simple steps to assemble your breast pump for the next extraction.

Before assembly

  • Make sure you have cleaned and sterilised the appropriate parts of the breast pump
  • Wash your hands thoroughly before you handle the cleaned parts. Be careful, the cleaned parts may still be hot

Tip: You may find it easier to assemble the breast pump while it is wet.

Assembling your breast pump

1) Insert the white valve into the pump body from underneath. Push in the valve as far as possible.

2) Screw the pump body clockwise onto the bottle until it is securely fixed

3) Place the silicone diaphragm into the pump body from above. Make sure it fits securely around the rim by pressing down with your fingers to ensure a perfect seal

4) Place the massage cushion into the funnel-shaped section of the pump body. Push in the inner part of the massage cushion as far as possible and make sure that it is perfectly sealed all around the rim of the pump body. Press in between the petals to remove any trapped air

Tip: Place the cover over the massage cushion to keep the breast pump clean while you prepare to express.

5) Insert the adapter into the wall socket and insert the other end into the motor unit. The adapter reference code is indicated on the bottom of the appliance. Only use the indicated adapter with the appliance.

6) Attach the silicone tube and cap onto the diaphragm. Push down the cap until it is securely in place.

If you have any questions, please contact consumer care via www.philips.com/support

The information on this page applies to the following models: SCF332/01 .

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