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Ball stolen from faiway

If the initial ball was stolen, how can it be in play? And if it was replaced then it is out of play.

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Where can I order cake balls online? My wife has a total love of cake balls and she is turning 40 next month so I wanted to surprise here.

That sounds like a lovely surprise. The cake ball company specializes in just that;

Or you could try the Austin Cake Ball company;

Feb 28, 2013 | Baking

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What makes the babble balls so appealing?

The babble ball combines features that every dog loves, ball shaped toys and noisy toys. The more your dog plays with the ball the more he will like it.

Sep 02, 2012 | American Plastic Toys Dogs

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Do dogs like toys?

Dogs absolutely love their dog toys. Whether it's a ball or a bone, dogs get really excited when they are offered a toy, especially when they are young! As dogs get older, their enthusiasm for toys decreases, but if they are encouraged, they will still play.

Aug 23, 2012 | American Plastic Toys Dogs

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I am trying to find out who the administrator might be for a specific Facebook page? The Facebook is our company name and I need to become the administrator for the page.

I would follow this up with the following few steps.
1. I would try to contact them via a wall post. Cake Cola scored a big PR boost by praising the people that ran the fan pag - remember these guys love your product.
2a. If they really don't want to play ball then you can report the page and select copyright violation. However you risk upsetting some for the companies best supporters.
2b. If there are only a few hundred fans you could try friending them all.
However first start by communicating with the page by posting to it or commenting on something.

Mar 01, 2010 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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Hi--no air in Busy Ball popper

I had the same problem!! Music worked, but fan just stopped running... Since my kids love their busy ball popper I was determined to find a fix!!
The solution for me was to replace all 4 batteries with identical brand batteries.
When the original batteries had puttered out I replaced them with 2 brand new Duracell and 2 brand new Energizer batteries (because that's what I had on hand). The popper worked just fine and I'd say a few weeks later the fan just stopped working. Music played, but no fan. I thought the fan motor must have gone bad, so I searched for another popper at a resale shop (hoping to salvage the fan motor). Well I found one, but didn't end up using it because I discovered that putting ALL the same brand of batteries in my popper did the trick. The batteries weren't necessarily brand new, but they were all the same brand and I would guess the same "age". Anyway, I'm just glad it all works now (music and fan) and my kids are back to their ball popping fun. If you haven't already give this a try. Otherwise I have a spare ball popper if you need any parts! Good luck!

Oct 13, 2009 | Playskool Busy Ball Popper

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Have lost the balls, can we purchase spares?

Here's the link to purchase replacement balls:
If the link doesn't worktry this one:
Now if I could just figure out how to get the wheels off to fix the motor.

May 07, 2009 | Playskool Busy Basics: Busy Ball Choo Choo

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