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Mine has a start button and a Blue on/off button. While the thermometer is off I hold the Start button until the f or c shows up and I hit it again to change and then let it turn itself on.

Baby Care | Answered on Dec 09, 2020

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 Dec 09, 2020

Solved: Using a few tiny nails or something to keep the laps away for a mm or so then just pull it out, It worked for me.

Fisher Price... | Answered on Aug 10, 2020


What foods should be avoided during pregnancy?

Fish rich in mercury - Such fish are usually found in polluted water. Mercury is a toxic element and concentrated amounts of this can prove to be dangerous for the nervous system, immune system and kidneys. Some examples of high-mercury fish include shark, swordfish, king mackerel and tuna.
•Undercooked or raw meat - Eating meat that has not been cooked properly increases the risks of various bacterial and parasitic infections. This can prove to be quite harmful to the baby and also increase the risks of stillbirth, neurological problems, blindness, epilepsy etc. You should also avoid eating processed meat unless it has been heated properly.
•Raw eggs - Avoid food products like salad dressings, homemade ice-cream, homemade mayonnaise, poached eggs etc that contain raw eggs. There are significant risks of raw eggs being contaminated with Salmonella. The infection only affects the mother; however, it can lead to complications during childbirth leading to premature or stillbirth.

•Caffeine - The caffeine you take very easily passes into the placenta and fetus. Since the growing child does not have the enzymes to metabolize this caffeine, it starts building up in unhealthy quantities, thereby hindering fetal growth and development.


on Jun 04, 2020 | Baby Care

Google: electric baby bottle sterilizer

Dozens of products out there

The Baby Care | Answered on Apr 30, 2020

It keeps a baby from crying, it feels like a nipple to the baby so it is comforting. Most of the time the pacifier is placed in the baby’s mouth when sleeping or crying

The Baby Care | Answered on Apr 24, 2020

There are two parts to the diaper genie clamp mechanism. Look closely at the cutaway view of the diaper genie at this link: One part that has the cutter, and one part has the spring attached to it. If you look closely at the illustration where it is labelled "clamp" and follow the black line it actually points to the spring - its just such a poor quality image you might miss that detail. Look at the orientation of the parts to each other in that illustration so you know which direction the parts go. To reassemble, starting with the part that has the cutter built into it, slip the end of that part that is opposite the cutter under the spring on the second part. When assembled, the smaller part of the clamp slides upon the other part, and when the clamp,is pulled apart the spring tension pulls the two parts back together. These two parts, once assembled, snap into place inside the top of the diaper genie.

Playtex Diaper... | Answered on Apr 10, 2020

Have you contacted Avent regrading this? It may be under warranty or.....if they are nice, they might help you anyway. Unfortunately, smaller single pumps are not the quality of a larger double pumps (even though the "big" pumps are getting really small). Hand expression is a REALLY good skill in the event of a broken pump or power outage. Good luck!

Avent BPA Free... | Answered on Nov 13, 2019

You can try links below:

Baby Care | Answered on Oct 12, 2019

I have no ideas about baby shower game.You can search it on online.Google can give you the best solution.I am suggesting you a website.Hope it can help you
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Baby Care | Answered on Oct 09, 2019

Mine stopped working while in use. I stuck a small screwdriver into the nozzle with the two black rings. It started working. Hope this helps.

Graco Nasalclear... | Answered on Jul 03, 2019


We would recommend contacting Angelcare UK Customer Care on 0845 009 1789

Angelcare Baby... | Answered on Apr 12, 2019

I have Tomy srv 400 but the parent unit is not working. I have attached a photo to show what its giving me when plugged.
If anyone knows how to fix it.
Thank you

Baby Care | Answered on Apr 01, 2019

the problem could be the device you have right now..seeking a technician would be better..thank you

Graco Sweet... | Answered on Mar 30, 2019

Your pump has been recalled, perhaps that is the root of the problem.

Here is the link to the Medela recall site

Medela, Inc. is recalling a limited number of the Pump In Style Advanced breastpumps. The small percent of pumps affected by this recall were manufactured between February 10, 2010 and March 3, 2010 and shipped between February 10, 2010 and April 30, 2010. These pumps would have been purchased by mothers between approximately March 1 and June 30, 2010.

We have determined that on a very small number of pumps produced during this period, a component on the control board, after a period of usage, may cause the motor to slow down or stop. Please see below for the list of possible symptoms. We will replace recalled units free of charge. The unit being replaced must be shipped back to Medela at Medela's cost.

Medela Power... | Answered on Mar 30, 2019

Hi, you will need to spray this ten times i believe

Baby Care | Answered on Feb 17, 2019

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