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How do I remove the legs from Leapfrog Musical Table

I bought the Leapfrog Learn & Groove Musical Table and put the legs on...now I want to get them off so my baby can play with it on the floor, but I can't find how to do it. There are lots of reviews online saying the legs are removable but no instructions on how. Can anyone help?

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  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2009

    i had the same problem. then i found out that the legs are not detachable. they really should tell you that in the instructions.

    my son is 6 months old and can only play with this toy while

    i hold him up. not very convenient.

  • Anonymous Apr 17, 2009

    I AM GOING TO BREAK THE PLASTIC BY TRYING TO PRY THE PLASTIC TAB LOOSE TO REMOVE THE LEGS. ANY OTHER SUGGESTIONS?

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Turn the table on its side. On the top of the outside of the legs are two slits, where they connect to the table. Slip a butter knife in the area between the slits, and press in (not up or down) hard! The legs will pop off in a few tries if you do it hard enough :o)

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

  • teenagewitch Sep 27, 2010

    really helpful, had a hard time at first, but it went smoothly from there, almost hurt myself trying to push really hard though.

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    incredible, so helpful

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We bought this for our son and had the same problem. You have to use a butter knife and slide the knife where the 2 slits are on the leg (that is supposed to be the button to push to get them off) and push really hard and they will come off. Easily detachable.....yeah right!!!!!

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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It is very difficult but not impossible.

you can use stenless steel spoon back for this . lie table up side down.
from outer side u will see.twwo **** .in bettween these **** u press your spoon backin plane waypush litte hard. and simultaneusly try it to took out in perpendicular way it will come out in 2 seconds
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litte hard but good and possible

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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I managed to get the legs off by pushing the flat end of a fork( the back) into the gap between the leg and the table where the catch is( on the outside of the leg). Then move the fork up and down to loosen the plastic ,it looks like it might break but it doesnt ( it goes white). Then push in and wedge up with the fork.It needs a bit of force so be careful, the legs flew across the room so again be careful of whats around you. I hope this helps
Keith

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Flathead Screw Driver works GREAT!!! You just have to push really hard with the table upside down. :)

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Tried the knife option and it broke the plastic, I'd recommend the end of a spoon option, doesn't break the plastic and comes off ina few seconds - not easy though!

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When they first came out with the toy they made it with detachable legs. I worked at a daycare and it was nice since we had different ages of babies playing with it. Then when I had my own baby I got the toy and put it together to find out that the legs don't come off anymore. I called Leap Frog and they said they changed it for safety reasons. So now we have to almost break the toy to get the legs off so our 5 month old baby can play with it on the floor instead of waiting until she is old enough to stand up. Maybe they should put a very noticeable warning on the toy that says once you put the legs on, they won't come off.

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A flathead screwdriver works best because it's not as sharp as a butter knife and will not cut the plastic as easily. Use the screwdriver next to one of the slits close enough to it so that you're only fighting against half the tension of the plastic. This will enable you to push a little easier, helping to prevent the plastic from breaking.

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I have just had to go through the rigmarole of trying to get these so called easy detatchable legs off and found that the first three solutions do offer help. I combined the both the knife and spoon together to get them off. Firstly, placing the knife in between the slits at the rear of the leg to get a little space and then inserting a butter knife to pop the leg out. I did try just the knife and found I was getting very close to breaking the plastic as others had done but combining the two worked in seconds!

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I pushed in with the knife and sure enough the plastic broke. Got the legs off, don't know if there is a chance they can go back on again safely

Posted on May 31, 2009

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I cant get these table legs off to save my life!! I am so upset with my husband! I just called Toys R Us and I am on my way there to let them get them off for me!! Grrrrrrrrrrrr! I would never buy this product again!

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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