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I realize the original question is 2 1/2 years old but for future answer searchers... the flashing light means your power cord is no longer working.

Prince Lionheart... | Answered on Jun 04, 2015


yes, the germolene pink ointment has been discontinued as of july 2014

Germolene... | Answered on Apr 26, 2015


Hi Iris

It stands for yarn forward. Check out the link below.

-Steve


what does yfwd mean KnittingHelp com Forum

Summer Infant... | Answered on Mar 25, 2015


the FDA released a recall of Hyland's teething tablets. The recall stems from concerns for increased and varying amounts of belladonna, a toxic substance that could cause serious systemic effects to babies. It's unclear how much belladonna is found in these tablets normally although it is well known it's in them. Recently, infants have developed symptoms consistent with belladonna toxicity after using the tablets (change in consciousness, constipation, skin flushing, dry mouth). Homeopathic supplements and medications are unregulated and therefore it's hard to know what is in them, how consistent one bottle is from the next, and how different brands of the same products compare. Local and national poison control previously deemed teething tablets safe even though it is known that they have trace amounts of belladonna (and possible caffeine). The FDA states it is "unaware of any proven clinical benefit from the product." Because of safety concerns and no known benefit, I've always recommended against using teething tablets. If it were my child, I didn't, and would not use teething tablets. If you have these at home, throw them out. Here's some FDA tips of safe disposal of unwanted medications. If your child has had these tablets in the past, there is no reason to worry. Ill effects would have been seen soon after using them

Hylands Baby... | Answered on Mar 12, 2015


Queen Alexandra's Imperial Nursing Service Reserve. There was sometimes a M before the N, for Military.

Baby Care | Answered on Mar 06, 2015


Owner's manual/ instructions, Mfg. website.

Evenflo Baby... | Answered on Mar 04, 2015


We refilled the tank ourselves with the following equipment:
phillips screwdriver, flathead screwdriver, heat gun, glue gun (or epoxy), big sterile syringe, sterile water
1. remove toy bar so it’s no longer getting power
2. unscrew screws in the white part of the toy bar and open it up. Note the positions of the kick toys and buttons, which will probably fall out while you’re trying to refill the tank.
3. on the upper part of the tank, search for the plug for the hole for filling the tank. It’s sealed on with something like epoxy or hot glue
4. CAREFULLY blast the plug with heat gun until the sealant is soft enough that the plug can be pried off with flathead screwdriver
5. use the big syringe to top off the tank with more water.
We noticed that the old liquid in there made swirling patterns where it met the new water; we reckon that the old liquid might contain something like glycerin to make it more viscous, or preservatives to keep it from getting yucky
6. reseal the plug onto the tank with hot glue or epoxy… actually we lost the plug so we filled a small plastic button with hot glue and stuck that on… time will tell whether it does a good job sealing the water in
7. try out the toy bar in the seat and rejoice if it works!
8. take it out again and replace the buttons and kick toys (orange fish goes on the right hand side, from infant’s point of view. The fish face in, towards each other.) Close up the toy bar.
Hope that helps keep some of these excellent toys out of the landfill!

Fisher Price... | Answered on Feb 28, 2015


Check if your using the right set of batteries for your device. More details would be helpful.

Flensted Mobiles... | Answered on Feb 08, 2015


Most products manuals can now be found online. I just googled your model and found this from the manufacturer.

Good luck!


Product Instructions

If you are without your instructions, you may download a printable format of Kolcraft's most recent instructions using Acrobat Reader software Version 4.0 or greater. If you do not have Acrobat Reader 4.0, you may download the program free of charge by pressing the ADOBE icon below.



To determine which instruction sheet matches your product, locate the date of manufacturer sticker on the product.

MODEL NUMBER AND DATE OF MANUFACTURE CAN BE FOUND:

Activity Center - on base
Baby Carrier - fabric tag
Bassinet - on metal tubing
Booster Seat - fabric tag inside bag
Bouncer - fabric tag underneath seat
High Chair - underneath seat
Playard - on playard foot
Rocker - on bottom of metal tubing
Stroller/Carrier - on rear leg or fabric tag on back of seat
Swing - on bottom of metal tubing
Walker - on base ring or underneath top tray

Printed next to "model number or style number" is a five-digit code followed by two or three letters. After locating the five-digit code in the pull down menu, click on the open button to open the instruction.

If you have difficulty with these instructions or do not find your model number below, please contact Kolcraft Customer Service at 800.453.7673 in USA and Canada or 312.361.6315
outside USA and Canada.

Baby Care | Answered on Feb 05, 2015

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