Question about Graco Winnie the Pooh Swyngomatic Infant Swing
Need to find out how to put cover back on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem, so what I did was look at the first picture from walmart.com's page with this car seat.
I noticed where the straps went through the restraint systems, and remebered that I took the bottom ones out last, so I'd put them in first.
Then I threaded the straps through the buckle parts that snap to the bottom buckle, up through the buckle parts that snap together, then back through the holes in the cover and seat at whatever height your infant is. After that you secure it in the back like the sticker at the side indicates :)
I hope that's clear enough!
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
The Aspen 8470 along with millions of other cribs has been recelled dur to issues with the drop-sides.
Here is the CPSP link reguarding this crib:
According to the CPSP information the company appears to be out of business to some degree and are not providing repair kits.
If you know where you purchased the crib, check to see what their policy is reguarding recalled baby products.
We had purchased ours at walmart almost 8 years ago and were able to return it to another store in a different state for a full refund last summer. They did not need a reciept received, they just needed the manufacturer label on the part that the mattress lies on.
Because ours was older, the customer service clerk did have to work hard to find the crip in their system, but once she did, it was not problem at all.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
Because it is brand new it isn't a good idea to do any tinkering or the warranty will be invalid.
I suggest as a first step to read the instruction leaflet thoroughly for any helpful troubleshooting guide or in case you missed an important instruction.
It is wise not to assume the batteries are ok even though they are new. Batteries aren't always treated well by those who transport or sell them and sometimes a battery will be rendered useless by dropping it or handling it roughly.
I suggest you clean the battery contacts with a solvent in case a wax corrosion inhibitor had been applied and then use a battery tester or another battery-powered appliance to ensure each cell is working correctly.
If each cell tests good refit them ensuring each is fitted the correct way around and after fitting the battery cover switch the swing on. If it still doesn't work find the seller's receipt and return it to the shop for exchange under the guarantee.
I strongly suggest you attend to these things when your baby is sleeping and you are properly awake and without an audience or distractions or trying to watch tv at the same time.
Posted on Feb 02, 2015
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