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I have a Little Tikes cube climber with slide that I can't seem to disassemble. The pieces just won't budge. Little Tikes suggested dish soap at the connecting places, but this has not worked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi there! On putting together my daughter's hide and slide (not having ordered it or seen it before) followed the instructions and managed to put the bottom step inside the frame instead of outside. Of course other half only noticed it once I had put the top step in - so to take it apart you will need the following:
Two long heavy duty flat bladed screw drivers and a lot of muscle!
First take the top platform on one side and disengage the two tabs on one side. Then insert one of the srewdrivers under the red locking tab and push up - the plastic will distort however, returns to original shape with judicious use of a heavy hammer. You will need to use the second screwdriver to disengage the clip in the tab and then twist the platform out of the frame to release the second. Repeat for the other side. The bottom platform is a just a reversal of the installation to release. I haven't moved the slide but as this is a 'gravity' fix should release with a bit of 'persuasion'. As these things are not designed to be taken apart after assembly they are frustrating to take apart - but with a little flex and muscle it can be done. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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If there is an identical nut attached to any other part of the equipment, remove it, and take it to your hardware store to see if they have a match, then put it back on after you find the new one.
Posted on Jun 03, 2011
You call them up and you COMPLAIN. You tell them that you just bought this item in the last 6 mos. and the store will not take it back. Talk to a supv. if you have to. THEN they will tell you to take a permament marker and write a # they give you on the item, take a pic, email to them, and then call them back up and you should be able to 'order' any item of the same value you paid thru their online c/s. We had a Cozy Coupe car from 2003 that the parent handle swiveled and didn't hold firm. I called them up in 2005, sorry, had to lie and say I had just bought it that year, and they had me do what I explained, and then I purchased a $60 toy box from them and I did not pay for S&H. Good luck! I've always told people they back their products, regardless of how old they are! And honestly, that's what I thought with climbers, etc. They should really offer you a replacement. Now if none of this works, EPOXY glue always works great! And brace with something? Just bring the broken piece into Home Depot. :)
Posted on May 31, 2009
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