Question about Tiny Love Symphony Motion Deluxe Baby Crib Mobile
I had the same problem. All I needed to do was disassemble the ball the shock the motor with a 9 volts battery. I also took it apart, but I don't think that was necessary. Anyway, to open the ball there are two plastic pins on the sides: from the outside you can feel the holes on opposite sides of each half. Holding the bottom part, pry the top part of the ball with a large flat head screwdriver in correspondence with the holes. Once the ball is open, you can pinch the plastic pins to release the bottom part as well. At this point you can try to connect a 9v battery to the exposed motor and see if it turns. If that doesn't work, you may need to open the white box with the mechanisms and see if something is stuck. Be careful in there, since there are quite a few small parts involved.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
I'm not sure why you want to take this apart, but I wanted to simply detach the arms from the rotating ball for storage back in the original container, and possibly to sell it back in fair condition. At the hub where the arms meet, there is a blue button. Press the button and rotate the arms clockwise to unlock. To reattach, hold down the blue button and rotate counterclockwise to lock. There is a subtle "LOCK" with an arrow on the hub which I didn't notice at first.
To clarify, this model was sold around 2001 and had (c) 2000 on the bottom of the box, and had a frog, a bird and a monkey.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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