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Hi I have the same problem, washed the cover as per directions, and it shrunk and is impossible to fit it back on. There does not seem to be any help areas or a listing for the manufactures site??? Anyone that can give me these details would be very much appreciated, as the baby is due in 3 weeks. Thanks
Which part of the bedding is soiled and needs to be washed?
There should be a flat sheet that covers the mattress pad, an optional top sheet, a comforter, a dust ruffle, pillow sham and a decorative cover for the hooded area.
Remove the comforter & top sheet & set them aside. Pick up the mattress inside the bassinet, remove the flat sheet on it and put that with the other items to wash. Leave the mattress pad out, and you should be able to see the dust ruffle. The dust ruffle goes under the mattress pad and hangs like a skirt on the bottom of the bassinet. Pick up the dust ruffle and untie any ribbons that might be used to anchor it on the sides or bottom area. Depending on the bedding set you bought or are using with the bassinett, the piece that goes around the hood area might have elastic to keep it snug, or if you are using the default that came the model that is sold in California, US - its not really removeable without a lot of trouble and other problems - (I would suggest leaving it on unless its REALLY soiled).
You will need to carefully place the covers on the frame. Work out the correct orientation.
Then does it get strapped on or is it threaded onto the frame. I am not sure but you may need to slip the wire through the loops in the cover and then insert it into the bottom movement pinion.
You will need to remember a bit, of how you took it off and then work backwards.
Easy, at the top of the bassinet there are two plastic pieces; one on each end.... On the end that has the music volume and on/off switch there is a cover with a small screw holding it on, remove the screw and take the cover off. Next remove the two bottom batteries and you will see a Philips screw inside remove that. Now on the other side facing out wards there should be another large Philips screw, remove it and the bassinet basket will come out.
I got this second hand and it had a ton of icky little stains on it. I cannot believe a baby bassinet was made without a removable cover!
I sprayed Shout on the stains and soaked it in the tub with HOT water with 2 cups vinegar and 1/2 cup of Borax washing powder (baking soda works well too) I scrubbed the fabric w/ a soft brush and swooshed the loose fabric around in the water. Then I rinsed it in hot water and more vinegar to remove any soaps. Then I towel dried the fabric and set it up in the tub w/a fan on it ( I cannot leave it outside as I have 2 outdoor kitties) I did this at the recommendation of the nice woman who runs our local dry cleaner. It turned out clean and bright and totally stain free! You may want to wrap the handle in Saran Wrap and of course DO NOT submerge it completely. I did this and the light/music feature was dry and still works.
First take off the battery cover ( your will need a screw driver). Once you do that take out the batteries and you will see a big screw, unscrew that and take out the screw. You will repeat the same thing on the other side of the bassinet, but you access the screw right on the outside (not like through the battery compartment with the other side). Once both of those screws are removed push back the plastic clip on the inside holder and the bassinet will lift right off. Once the bassinet is off you can take the cover right off. It says to hand wash with cold water and line dry. Hope this helps