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Graco pack n' play...I can't get the vibrating/musical attachment to work

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  • lboggess4362 Jan 29, 2009

    I can't find my instructions. I put the D battery in but think it takes more batteries. I just can't find where they go.

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The main unit also takes 3 AAA batteries.  For the model I have you need to remove 2 screws to get to the battery compartment.

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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