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My granddaughters baby born's arm has been bitten off by the dog can you help me find a place that we can order the arm or get the doll fixed.

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To fix this problem, you need to do the following: Use two small magnets and place them on the eyes. The eyes should open when you put the magnets over them, if not then slowly move the magnets around until the eyes are open. Lay the magnets down (with eyes open). Tape them in place if necessary. Leave them for 24 to 48 hours. When removed the eyes should be open. To prevent this from happening again, make sure the doll's eyes are dry before putting in the naptime pacifier.

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