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Just saw your question but no answer. Sorry about the repair on the glass tape. Crack are pretty common with mesh tape, especially if the mesh was covered with premix all purpose compound. Mesh tape should be covered with setting type compounds. More info can be found on the tapebuddy.net how-to manual. They cover the reasons for the different compounds.
All playyards require you to have the bottom of the playyard pulled upward.
There should be a pull on the floor of the playyard/ Lift it up and then and ONLY then
can you lower OR raise the sides. This is a safety feature.
All pack and play play yards require the bottom floor to lifted like a little volcano in the middle before the side will go up or down. Some have a twist lock others just pull upward. Lift the middle handle up about 6" to 12" and then raise the sides. Once all the sides are up, press the floor flat. Done. Nothing goes up or down until the middle safety is up like a volcano.
Hi there. I assume it's the same one I have, and I have to say, it's the best! Totally safe...can't see any reason it could be unsafe.
First, underneath the nylon part, you'll find 4 legs in "pockets". Take them out, and (obviously) one goes in each corner. Insert one at a time (I typically do diagonals to keep it upright, but it doesn't matter), making sure to put them through the mesh corners. Simply screw each into the top of the playyard.
I believe there are also some nylon "flaps" that you can re-velcro underneath the playyard (writing this from memory).
Most important is to make sure that the legs are securely screwed in and that they are through the mesh.
Hope that helps.....
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I have an MDBH945AWW. I FIXED IT! They are getting in thru the water inlet/vent in the lower bottom left of the dishwasher. Here's how we fixed it: 1. Turn off water to machine if possible. Open the door, remove screws on side and top that hold dishwasher in place. Pull the dishwasher out from under the counter. Remove racks from inside. 2. Remove the sound insulation blanket. Mine was a mouse nest so I threw the thing out. Not going to replace it as the noise increase is minimal. 3. On the left side of the tub outside there is a tube that comes from under and is hooked to a small plastic box with an open top. THIS is the point of entry! 4. Poke a long screwdriver or something down into the box and pop the plastic tension prongs free. Reach into the dishwasher and remove the circular plastic grill. 5. Twist the plastic box to the right or left until the tabs line up and it will pop out of the side of the tub. Remove the tube from the box. The box should now be free. 6. Cut a square of 1/4 hardware mesh cloth (flexible metal grid) and cut a hole to fit over the nipple for the tube. Put mesh over the top of the box, secure in place with really heavy duty tape. Something strong like Gorilla Tape or even metal tape for ducts.... conventional duct tape will not hold after a year or so. I taped all around the edges and sealed it down only leaving the top with the mesh exposed. 7. Put the tube back on and then reinstall the box and then the grill. 8. Take this time to SUPER CLEAN the area under and around the dishwasher. Even the outside of the washer. Mice return to the smell of their poop. 9. Put the washer back in and don't forget the screws as well as turning the water back on.