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The belly is full of bubbles and the batteries are in. i can feel it blowing air, but no bubbles come out

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Check to make sure the path the bubbles take out is clear of anything in its way. There are also many reviews on this item that say this item does not work the way its suppose to. If you can not get this item working i would suggest taking it back to get a different bubble machine.

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