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I was watching it swing in your video! Cute Baby! If it is not swinging any longer, try to open the case. All that is inside is a small motor with a concentric cam mounted to a motor and a rechargable battery, oh, and an on/off switch. Use a small piece of wire or an alligator clip wire to bypass the switch. If it works, replace the switch. If not, check the output of the AC adapter.

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SOURCE: ac adapter is not working on my rainforest swing

There are 2 more wires that are available on the top left of the swing. You need to connect them together for the ac adaptor to work.

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