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Hello I this The First Years Sway N Soothe Auto Rocking Bassinet To sway because mine doesn't work after replacing battery .. And does battery quality matter?

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Need assembly instructions on how to put together sway n soothe bassinet from first years ... Now Please about to donate it to Joplin Relief Missions


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I need a part number for the rear sway bar linkage.


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Rocks sideways when driving, feel like you are on a boat


Have the shocks/struts ever been replaced? The rocking is normally caused by worn out shocks and/or sway bar bushings. When the shocks go, you normally will experience a rollercoaster type up and down motion when you hit bumps (the springs are bouncing and the shocks are not dampening/rebounding properly). If you do not have this up and down rocking, but just sideways, check your front and rear sway bar bushings for wear or damage to where they connect to the frame. If the mount has broken or come loose, it will not prevent the sideways sway. You should also see a sideways lean going around corners.

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Replace parts


You can call 1-800-544-1108 to get replacements parts.

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Replace parts


call 18005441108 -- they will provide you with any replacement part needed -- just have credit card ready!

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