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Hi, the sound box goes into the back of the Sleep Sheep. There is a velcro strap across the back -- move this strap and the sound box fits right into the cavity. Place it so that the dial and buttons face out, so you can access them, and the velcro strap hooks it in. The strap fits right between the dial and the switch for the timer.
The Sleep Sheep is a great product. Hope it works well!
This same puzzle was copied and handed out at a Mensa meeting according to this link: http://www.cs.utsa.edu/~wagner/sheep/index.html I have verified that the Mensa puzzle and the "Big Sheep Puzzle" at www.thebigsheep.co.uk are identical. The spotted sheep are replaced by the brown sheep in the Mensa puzzle. The instructions on the box claim 2 identical tiles, but there are really 2 sets of identical tiles in the puzzle. The author of the link above found 55 distinct solutions.
Hi, Cloud B (the company that makes the Sleep Sheep) doesn't offer replacement parts for retail sale. You can try contacting them at either email@example.com (customer service) or firstname.lastname@example.org (general questions) to see about obtaining replacement parts, but your best bet is to just buy a new Sleep Sheep. Amazon sells the Sleep Sheep for $17.95 right now, which is probably less than you'd pay for a new sound machine from the manufacturer.
Hi, the Sleep Sheep can be set for 23 minutes by moving the lever to the left, or 45 minutes by moving it to the right. If you don't want to use the shut-off feature, move the lever to the middle, and the sheep should stay on until you turn it off manually.
I really wouldn't recommend it to be honest as these are meant for human hair that is less dense and coarse than animal hair. There are more "industrial" types that are meant for shearing sheep and dogs. I would look into one that is more geared for that.
The key to getting the next sheep is to encounter the pig and run in cirles when he comes to attack as this makes the dog icon flash, took me ages to figure this out, then the dog sends the sheep away and you can pick up the bone - then take it to bitzer to get into the house. Hope this helps.