I am having a problem getting the sides to lock into place. I have tried to pull up and straight as hard as I can, but, they still wont lock in place. My husband got one side to lock. Is there a trick todoing this?
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I had the same problem. finally i put my foot on the bottom, and instead of yanking hard, i pulled hard continiously with firm pressure until i heard a click. honestly, I am a big man, 6'2" 240, and I had to pull very hard to do this.
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I have the same one, its quite difficult. It needs to click & lock in on both sides of the release buttons. Sometimes having somebody put their foot in the bottom of the play yard while you pull up on the release button will help lock it in. You also need to have the shorter sides lock in first before trying to lock the longer sides in.
Hi, to set up the pack and play, first latch each of the four sides together. (Each side rail latches together in the middle -- just straighten the rail.) Once all four sides are locked and straight, push down on the center of the pack and play bottom (it's probably red) until it snaps into place.
To fold the pack and play up, just follow these instructions in reverse -- pull the bottom up first, then press in the button on each side rail to fold up each side.
Always make sure the pack and play is completely set up and locked before putting a child in it!
To open the Graco Pack 'n Play from the folded position, you have to latch each side rail by pushing the two ends of each rail until they are horizontal and form a straight line. They will latch into place with an audible snap -- do this for each of the four sides. Then push the center of the Pack 'n Play's floor down until it is flat as well.
If you can't latch the side rails, the floor of the Pack 'n Play might be down too far. Push the floor up until its center reaches at least halfway up the sides of the Pack 'n Play. (You can do this by pushing the sides of the Pack 'n Play in toward each other.)
Were you able to open it using these instructions?
the locks pull underneath and unblock from each sied of the sides but first turn and pull the center of it if you can't unblock them. it's treaky and coming back blocked very fast. you have handle all of them at the same time. Good luck.
turn and pull up the center. then squeeze pulling up the locks and unlock from each side of each lock. unblock(with help like I had it:D) and pull up the center and the rest.
it's treaky and coming back blocked very fast. you have handle all of them at the same time Good luck. Pls let me know if I helped
I had the same problem with the pack & play that I used for my youngest. It turns out that the centerpiece (looks like an extra leg for support of the pad) needed to be pushed all way down, where the leg was resting firmly on the ground, before you lock the sides. When it was time to fold the pack & play back up, you have to pull the middle up first for it to unlock properly.