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From Paul182 himself: I FIXED THIS MYSELF. i HAD TO HOT GLUE THE PINS INTO THE TUBES, AND UNSCREW THE BOTTOM PLATE, THEN TURN THE TUBES 90 DEGREES PUSH DOWN INTO THE SLOT AND ROTATE BACK 90 DEGREES. NOT EASY BUT IT WORKS. THEN SCREW THE PLATE BACK ON.
tools needed : 1 Phillips head screw driver, 4 d cell batteries.
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. it's the leg with the on off switch. insert the screwdriver through the hole in the mobile and into the screw inset at the top of the leg. You will see that it's at the top of a rectangular door..this is the battery door. unscrew the 1 screw and remove the door. the mobile will come off as it's attached to that door. change the batteries and put the door back on and re-install the screw.
U have to grab the bar and like pull out and move it back and forth between positions. If your sitting in front of the swing(chid facing you) grab bar and pull away from you and move seat. Might have to hold the little side thing that says one and two to keep it still.
turn the seat so you are looking at the bottom, insert the strap- one end on each side- turn the seat in an upright possition facing you, put the buckle pieces on appropriate side, attatch the center piece- at the chest- insert the strap into the appropriate slot- the adjustments- now turn the seat so you are looking at the rear of it, attatch the metal retainer.