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Re: i cant get it lock so baby can play in it!!!!!
You can try pulling the middle piece up and keep it up while pulling the sides into place, they should lock and you shouldn't be able to push on they and have them collapes. After the sides are in place, push the middle piece down and that should do it.
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I would suggest returning this item if possible or perhaps just purchasing a new one. This company has now had the best luck with the sides of their playards locking in place.There was a recall issued for similar models. RECALL One child died and three others were injured because the sides did not properly lock in to place. Although your product is not specifically listed and this does not technically "solve" your issue I felt it worthy of note here.
Visit evenflo.com and click on the "Product Instructions" tab
located on the bottom of the window. The next page will list
replacement parts. An instruction manual is considered a replacement
Enter the model number and date of manufacture for the
Evenflo BabyGo item for which you need the instructions. You can locate
the model number and date by looking for a sticker on your item. If you
need help locating the sticker, visit evenflo.com and find the type of
equipment and the site will tell you where the sticker commonly is
located. If you cannot locate this information, skip to Step 4.
Select the instruction manual for your EvenfloGo equipment.
Some manuals will be available for immediate download, while for others
you may have to input your information to include your address and
Evenflo will mail you an instruction manual at no charge.
Call Evenflo customer service at 1-800-233-5921. Give the
agent as much information on your product as possible so that the agent
can locate the correct Evenflo product. Ask the agent to provide you
with a download link to the manual if this is your preference and if it
is available, or ask the agent to mail you the manual.
Please take the information off this play yard and check out this website for a recall purpose CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission)http://www.cpsc.gov/ or give Evenflo a call at Evenflo ParentLink Department at 1-800-233-5921.
I am willing to bet this is too old to be using for your child due to safety issues, maybe been recalled due to the popping up, fingers/toes getting pinched or stuck or even a child severely injured. PLEASE be careful when purchasing 2nd hand equipment for your baby/infant/child. Someone else's gift off could be your tragedy.
Here is the link to the product page for the seat;
click on "demo" and you get a few videos showing how to install etc.
Check this link for FAQs about the model;
and this link for the full user manual;
Basically what evenflo say is that if you can't teach the child not to climb out, you need a different type of booster with a traditional restraint. if thrown forward as described the belt should function as usual for an adult, assuming the belt is correctly positioned on the child.
Contact evenflo on;
if you have any doubts at all. They can also point you towards a qualified installer who can verify the safety or otherwise of your setup.
Sorry if not great news, hope it helps keep your son safe :)