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Jumperoo does not spin
WD40 is a bad choice as a lubricant. The "WD" stands for "Water Displacement" - while it is an oil and will lubricate, it's mainly designed to drive out water from a wet ignition, rusty joints etc. It also has a tendency to attract and hold dirt/dust.
Silicone spray lubricants are the best option. I often find when I buy something for the kids, the moving parts don't move as freely as they should. Spraying silicon lubricant right into the joints (hinge, axel, etc) and working the joint vigorously usually works.
on Dec 23, 2017
I got a jumparoo delux but its from 2003 and i
They just pull up they will hold an average 3 small wettings, or one large wettings, they do no not allow the child to feel wet though so put the child in a pair of big boy undies under the pull ups, if being used for potty training. As usual change as soon as soiled.
These pull ups have next to nothing in the way of oder control, and are rubish for night time use if your child sleeps on their side.
on Dec 13, 2013
I need instructions for fisherprice
Download from http://www.fisher-price.com/inst_sheets/K6070e-0720.pdf
If this not your jumperoo, visit the page
select your product and in the bottom of page you will find link to instruction manual in PDF format to download.
on May 06, 2011
I just purchased the Fisher
There should be a fabric strip that goes through 4 places on the jumperoo, under the seat part, and that fastens underneath by fitting over a small metal lever. Put the seat upside down, pull the front straps through the bottom a little to get some slack, pull the metal levers on each side forward (there is a small catch they are placed in when the jumperoo is in use; you'll have to move them up and forward to get them out of place and maneuver them so you can reposition the straps) and pull the straps off the metal levers. You can then choose the next tightest setting for the straps and push the metal levers back into place.
on Mar 13, 2011
Hi i need the instructions
hi here is one
if not correct try here for the right one
on Nov 15, 2010
How to install batteries in a zen bassinet
Go to www.fisherprice.com. When website opens click on United States. When new page opens scroll to the bottom of the page and in the far right column labeled "customer service" find the word "instructions" and click on it. The product instructions page opens. Enter "Zen Bassinet" in the search box. Click the "go" button. A list (with pictures) comes up. First one pictured is the Zen Bassinet. Click on it. The product page comes up. Click on the link in blue and your instructions will appear. Go to page 9 for battery instructions. Hope this helps.
on May 03, 2017
My fisher price aquarium bouncer need more water
We refilled the tank ourselves with the following equipment:
phillips screwdriver, flathead screwdriver, heat gun, glue gun (or epoxy), big sterile syringe, sterile water
1. remove toy bar so it’s no longer getting power
2. unscrew screws in the white part of the toy bar and open it up. Note
the positions of the kick toys and buttons, which will probably fall
out while you’re trying to refill the tank.
3. on the upper part of the tank, search for the plug for the hole for
filling the tank. It’s sealed on with something like epoxy or hot glue
4. CAREFULLY blast the plug with heat gun until the sealant is soft
enough that the plug can be pried off with flathead screwdriver
5. use the big syringe to top off the tank with more water.
We noticed that the old liquid in there made swirling patterns where it
met the new water; we reckon that the old liquid might contain
something like glycerin to make it more viscous, or preservatives to
keep it from getting yucky
6. reseal the plug onto the tank with hot glue or epoxy… actually we
lost the plug so we filled a small plastic button with hot glue and
stuck that on… time will tell whether it does a good job sealing the
7. try out the toy bar in the seat and rejoice if it works!
8. take it out again and replace the buttons and kick toys (orange fish
goes on the right hand side, from infant’s point of view. The fish face
in, towards each other.) Close up the toy bar.
Hope that helps keep some of these excellent toys out of the landfill!
on Feb 28, 2015
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