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Swing coming loose off bracket were you adjust speed so not swinging properly

How do you retighten to get swing to swing effectively again

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You can purchase replacement motors from Mattel (Fisher Price's parent company).

It will be one of the following 3 products, just pick the one that matches what you have now:

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Posted on Mar 10, 2011

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SOURCE: When you turn the swing

try new batteries, it sounds like the motor is trying to turn the mechanism, but doesn't have enough power.

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

SOURCE: My Starlight papasan craddle swing

Make sure the legs are pulled out all of the way by pulling the legs outward. Make sure the buttons snap into the notches in the motorized frame. Also check to be sure the legs are locked into position by pushing the legs inward. The legs should not move. Also if you can adjust the swing from side to side make sure it is locked in place. That should fix it.

Posted on Jul 22, 2011

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It's been a while since I have dealt with these. There is usually an off switch located along the swing bar check to make sure it is in the on position and that the switch itself hasn't been disconnected. Double check to be sure the swing is level and the safety isn't stopping it from working.

Posted on Nov 18, 2011

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