I'm trying to assemble the play yard but some how when i try to make the edges hard they dont want to close or lock so the playyard still loose,and i been tryin for 20 minutes and it is still not working...is there something that i'm supposed to touch to stick them togerther?
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Pack N Plays have a rule. The bottom floor MUST BE UP to raise OR lower the sides.
Raise the floor using the teather or round locking mechanism on the floor. Now raise the sides
up to locked position and then push the floor down. This is a safety for ALL Pack N Play play yards.
That should do the trick.
All playyards require you to have the bottom of the playyard pulled upward.
There should be a pull on the floor of the playyard/ Lift it up and then and ONLY then
can you lower OR raise the sides. This is a safety feature.
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.
All pack and play play yards require the bottom floor to lifted like a little volcano in the middle before the side will go up or down. Some have a twist lock others just pull upward. Lift the middle handle up about 6" to 12" and then raise the sides. Once all the sides are up, press the floor flat. Done. Nothing goes up or down until the middle safety is up like a volcano.
I have a Graco Cherry Blossom Play yard, however it was passed down and I dont know how or what holds the mattress up to convert it to a bassinet. I'm thinking that a part is missing or can you please tell me what holds the mattress up for infants? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Hi there. I assume it's the same one I have, and I have to say, it's the best! Totally safe...can't see any reason it could be unsafe.
First, underneath the nylon part, you'll find 4 legs in "pockets". Take them out, and (obviously) one goes in each corner. Insert one at a time (I typically do diagonals to keep it upright, but it doesn't matter), making sure to put them through the mesh corners. Simply screw each into the top of the playyard.
I believe there are also some nylon "flaps" that you can re-velcro underneath the playyard (writing this from memory).
Most important is to make sure that the legs are securely screwed in and that they are through the mesh.
Hope that helps.....
My wife and I have the same model for visits by our granddaughter. She was having the same trouble as were you and, like you, we did not have instructions.
I'm happy to share with you what I found to close the model up for storage. It may not be the same as what the manufacturer envisioned but it worked for us.
-- With the pad removed from the inside of the Pack n Play, pull up on the red handle so as to loosen the legs;
-- Next, you will find there is a big button in the middle of each of the long sides of the Pack n Play. Start with either long side. You will have to press very hard on either side of that button; I found it helpful to use both hands, one pressing on the outside of the playpen, the other hand pressing on the inside of the playpen. Pressing these together will loosen the long support arm at the open top of the Pack n Play.
-- Do the same for the opposite long side.
-- You will also do the same, one button, one side at a time, for each of the two short sides of the Pack n Play.
-- Now pull up on the red handle in the middle, and guide the four corners so they meet and close.
I found the buttons may not have fully allowed the support arms to collapse, thus blocking the Pack n Play from folding down completely. If so, try pressing the button again (both the outside and the inside at the same time).