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as you look at the swing, from the front, you will see a mobile set into the side of the leg on the RIGHT side.
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My proform 2605 elliptical the right foot pedal is making a loud noise like it's slipping.


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The fridge needs to be leveled better...
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We bought a used swing (lovein hug). It was in super condition but we noticed the same thing where it would hardly swing. My husband, who seems to analyze things that don't work, took it apart to see why so much slop was in there. He couldn't find anything obvious why it was doing that, so he took a piece of small cardboard (off an oatmeal box) and wrapped it around to make it fit on both sides and wrapped it with black electrical tape and stuck it back in. It's hardly noticable. We also changed the legs around to make sure the legs make the swing lay back.

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