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I have a tumble time tigger and can't figure out how to change the batteries - any ideas?

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I believe the battery compartment is in the foot of tigger

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Bottom of feet unscrew and put in new ones

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Not the most user friendly website i've ever been on... but if you go there where your child is around... i'm sure they will assist you in telling you what else they would like you to buy them.
Usually the batteries are hidden under a cover that you unzip or might be velcro. there may be a screw that holds the battery door closed... it takes 6 AA batteries from what i have seen.

If that still does not help you let me know


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