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Need to breakdown a pack n play and have lost instructions

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  • pull and turn the center. then push under the top of each dide and try to make them unlock from left and right.
    it's treaky and coming back blocked very fast. you have handle all of them at the same time.
    Good luck.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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turn and pull the center of it. then pull up and squeeze each side till you feel unblock from both sides. You might need some help with this.then pull more the center and close it.
it's treaky and coming back blocked very fast. you have handle all of them at the same time
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