Fisher Price Mattel Rock-a-bye baby 79458 Bassinet Instruction Manual PDF

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Fit a lock nut into the hexagonal opening in the base tube foot... Make sure the protruding side is facing outward...

Then, insert a bolt through the hole in the opposite side of the base tube foot and into the motorized panel tube... Tighten the bolt with a Phillips screwdriver...

IMPORTANT! Do not over-tighten this bolt... If the bolt is over- tightened, the tube will not pivot open and closed...

Place a base tube on a flat surface... Note the location of the single dot on the foot...

Position the motorized panel so that the tubes bend down... Locate the single dot on one of the tubes...

Fit the motorized panel tube (labeled with a single dot) into the groove in the base tube foot (labeled with a single dot)...

IMPORTANT! Before assembly or each use, inspect this product for damaged hardware, loose joints, missing parts or sharp edges...

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ASSEMBLY

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2

Protruding Side

Foot

Motorized Panel

Base Tube

Single Dot

Single Dot

Bolt

Foot

Lock Nut

This product contains small parts in its unassembled state... Adult assembly is required...

CAUTION

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Turn the assembly around so the opposite side faces you... Place the other base tube on a flat surface... Note the location of the

double dots on the foot... Locate the double dots on the motorized panel tube... Fit the motorized panel tube (labeled with double dots) into the

groove in the base tube foot (labeled with double dots)...

Foot

Motorized Panel

Base Tube

Double Dots

Tube

Tube

Tube

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Turn the assembly around so the opposite side faces you... Position the panel so that the tubes bend down... Locate the single

and double dots on the panel tubes... Fit the panel tubes into grooves in the base tube feet... Hint: Match the single and double dots on the panel tubes with the single and double dots on the base tube feet...

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ASSEMBLY

Foot

Single Dots

Double Dots (Not showing from this view... )

Panel

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Fit a lock nut into the hexagonal opening in the base tube foot... Make sure the protruding side is facing outward...

Then, insert a bolt through the hole in the opposite side of the base tube foot and into the motorized panel tube... Tighten the bolt with a Phillips screwdriver...

IMPORTANT! Do not over-tighten this bolt... If the bolt is over- tightened, the tube will not pivot open and closed...

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Bolt

Foot

Lock Nut

Fit a lock nut into the hexagonal opening in the base tube foot... Make sure the protruding side is facing outward...

Then, insert a bolt through the hole in the base tube foot and into the panel tube... Tighten the screw with a Phillips screwdriver...

IMPORTANT! Do not over-tighten this bolt... If the bolt is over- tightened, the tube will not pivot open and closed...

6 Bolt

Foot

Lock Nut

Fit a lock nut into the hexagonal opening in the base tube foot... Make sure the protruding side is facing outward...

Then, insert a bolt through the hole in the base tube foot and into the panel tube... Tighten the bolt with a Phillips screwdriver...

IMPORTANT! Do not over-tighten this bolt... If the bolt is over- tightened, the tube will not pivot open and closed...

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Screw Foot

Lock Nut

Protruding Side

Protruding Side

Protruding Side

Tube

Tube

Tube

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ASSEMBLY

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Lift a panel until it "clicks" into place... Make sure you hear a "click"...

End Panel

Panel

Lift the other panel until it "clicks" into place... Make sure you hear a "click"...

Pull each base tube out until each "clicks" into place... Make sure you hear a "click for each base tube...

Position the cradlette upright... Press the tab down on one of

the cradlette end caps... Fit the end cap to one of the

pegs on a panel... Release the tab to secure

the cradlette end cap in place... Repeat this procedure to attach

the other end of the cradlette to the other panel...

Push down in the center of the cradlette to be sure it is secure to the frame...

Base Tubes

PegPeg PanelPanel

End Caps

Cradlette

End Cap

Tab

Press

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BATTERY INSTALLATIONASSEMBLY

Locate the battery compartment in the motorized panel... Loosen the screws in the battery compartment door with a

Phillips screwdriver... Remove the battery compartment door... Insert four "C" (LR14) alkaline batteries as shown inside the

battery compartment... Hint: Use only alkaline batteries for longest battery life... Replace the battery compartment door and tighten the screws with

a Phillips screwdriver... Do not over-tighten... Battery Tips Do not mix old and new batteries... Do not mix different types of batteries: alkaline, standard (carbon-

zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium)... Remove the batteries during long periods of non-use... Always

remove exhausted batteries from the product... Battery leakage and corrosion can damage this product... Dispose of batteries safely...

Never short circuit the battery terminals... Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged... Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended in

the Battery Installation instructions are to be used... If removable rechargeable batteries are used, they are only to be

charged under adult supervision... Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the toy before they

are charged... If you use a battery charger, it should be examined regularly for

damage to the cord, plug, enclosure and other parts... Do not use a damaged battery charger until it has been properly repaired...

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Fit the restraint belts up through the pad slots... Attach the pad fastener to the cradlette fastener...

Assembly is now complete... Please refer to the next section for Battery Installation and then to Operation and Use, beginning with step 1, page 8...

Pad Slots

Restraint Belts

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Battery Compartment

SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE

1... 5 x 3 "C" (LR14)+ -

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SETUP

To prevent serious injury or death: Fall Hazard

- Never use on any elevated surface... Strangulation Hazard

- Never place product near a window where cords from blinds or drapes can strangle a child...

Use only with the stand provided...

WARNING

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IMPORTANT! Before each use or assembly, inspect this product for damaged hardware, loose joints, missing parts or sharp edges... Do not use if any parts are missing or broken... Contact Fisher-Price for replacement parts and instructions if needed... Never substitute parts...

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2

Place the frame on a flat surface... Lift a panel until you hear the legs "click" into place... Make sure

you hear a "click" and the buttons on each leg snap into the holes in each foot...

Panel

Panel

Button Foot

ButtonsButtons

Panels

Foot

Button

Lift the other panel until you hear the legs "click" into place... Make sure you hear a "click" and the buttons on each leg snap into the holes in each foot...

Pull each base tube out until each "clicks" into place... Make sure you hear a "click" and the buttons are visible in each panel...

Base Tubes

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Restraint Belt

Restraint Belt

Restraint Pad

Place your baby in the cradlette... Position the restraint pad between your baby's legs... Fasten both restraint belts to the buckles on each side of the

restraint pad... Make sure you hear a "click" on both sides... Check to be sure the restraint is securely attached by pulling it away

from your baby... The restraint should remain attached...

To prevent serious injury or death: Suffocation Hazard

- Never add padding, blankets or additional items under baby... Use only the pad provided...

- Never use plastic shipping bags or other plastic film as a mattress cover...

Strangulation Hazard - Never place items with a string, such as hood strings or pacifier cords, around a childs neck...

Never leave child unattended... Never use with a child who is able to

push up on hands and knees or able to sit upright unassisted...

Always use the restraint system...

WARNING

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Position the cradlette upright... Press the tab down on one of

the cradlette end caps... Fit the end cap to one of the

pegs on a panel... Release the tab to secure

the cradlette end cap in place... Repeat this procedure to attach

the other end of the cradlette to the other panel...

Push down in the center of the cradlette to be sure it is secure to the frame...

PegPeg PanelPanel

End Caps

Cradlette

End Cap

Tab

Normal, healthy infants should ALWAYS sleep on their backs... Quilts, comforters and blankets should NEVER be placed under

an infant... NEVER place any covering higher than an infant's shoulders... NEVER place infants to sleep on pillows, sofa cushions, adult beds,

waterbeds, beanbags, or any other surface not specifically designed for infant sleep...

Do not overdress your baby... If you feel comfortable, your baby will too...

* This important safety message is brought to you by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association...

SETUP OPERATION AND USE

WHEN PUTTING BABY TO SLEEP*

Press

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OPERATION AND USE

Buckle

You can adjust the cradlette to an upright or recline position for baby's comfort...

To adjust the cradlette to upright: Lift the back of the cradlette and then fasten the buckle... Make sure

you hear a "click"... To adjust the cradlette to recline: Support the back of the cradlette with your hand, unfasten the

buckle and guide the back of the cradlette down into position... Tuck the buckle straps in the pockets on each side of the cradlette...

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BACK VIEW

UPRIGHT

RECLINE

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To tighten the restraint belts: Feed the anchored end of the restraint belt up through the buckle

to form a loop ...

Anchored End

Free End

Buckle Anchored End

Free End

Pull the free end of the restraint belt ... Repeat this procedure to tighten the other restraint belt... To loosen the restraint belts: Feed the free end of the restraint belt up through the buckle to

form a loop ... Enlarge the loop by pulling on the end of the loop toward

the buckle... Pull the anchored end of the restraint belt to shorten the free end

of the restraint belt ... Repeat this procedure to loosen the other restraint belt... Note: After adjusting the restraint belts to fit your baby, make sure you pull on them to be sure they are securely fastened...

TO TIGHTEN TO LOOSEN

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O kg...

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8lb ... 7

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To start: Turn the power dial to the weight of your baby... The power

indicator lights... Give the cradlette a light push to start the swinging motion... As baby grows, turn the dial to the appropriate weight for ideal

swinging motion...

IMPORTANT! If the swinging motion slows down considerably (on all settings) or does not work at all, replace the batteries with four, new "C" (LR14) alkaline batteries (see Battery Installation section)...

Power Dial

Press the tab on one of the cradlette end caps...

Remove the cradlette end cap from the peg on the panel...

Repeat this procedure to remove the other cradlette end cap from the other panel...

Peg Peg

End Caps

Panel Panel

Press the buttons on the panels and push the base tube inward... Repeat this procedure to unlock and store the other base tube...

Panels

Base Tube

Base Tube

Buttons

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The canopy can be adjusted up or down... Fasten the fasteners on each side of the canopy for the up position...

Fasteners 5

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CANOPY UP

CANOPY DOWN

End Cap

Tab

OPERATION AND USE STORAGE

IMPORTANT! You must first store the base tubes before the legs...

Buttons

Press

Power Indicator

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STORAGE

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4

Button Foot

Leg

Press the button on each foot and pull to release the legs... Lower the panel...

Panel

Press the button on each foot and pull to release the legs... Lower the panel...

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Fold the end caps down into the cradlette... Fit the frame into the cradlette...

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Frame

Cradlette

End Cap

End Cap

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Fit the frame and cradlette into the cover... Fasten the fasteners on the cover closed...

Cover

Foot

Button

Buttons

Legs

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TToo RReemmoovvee tthhee PPaadd

Feed the restraint belts down through the slots in the pad... Unfasten the fasteners on the pad from the cradlette...

TToo RRee--aasssseemmbbllee tthhee PPaadd Fit the restraint belts up through the pad fastener slots... Attach the pad fasteners to the cradlette...

CARE CONSUMER INFORMATION

ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

Machine wash the pad and cover in cold water with a mild detergent... Do not use bleach... Tumble dry on low heat and remove promptly...

Surface wash the frame, cradlette and restraint system with a mild detergent and water... Do not use bleach... Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners... Rinse clean with water to remove residue... Do not immerse the frame...

Fisher-Price, Inc... , a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc... , East Aurora, NY 14052 U... S... A... 79602pr-0920

2000 Mattel, Inc... All Rights Reserved... and designate U... S... trademarks of Mattel, Inc... Printed in China

Occasionally a consumer may experience a problem with one of our products... If this should happen please call us, toll-free, rather than return this product to the store... Usually we can solve the problem on the telephone or by sending you replacement parts... Please call Fisher-Price Consumer Relations, toll-free at 1-800-432-KIDS, 8 AM - 6 PM EST Monday through Friday... Hearing-impaired consumers using TTY/TDD equipment, please call 1-800-382-7470... Or, write to: Fisher-Price Consumer Relations, 636 Girard Avenue, East Aurora, New York 14052...

Restraint Belts Slot

Pad

If you have any questions about this product: In Canada, call 1-800-567-7724, or write to: Mattel Canada Inc... , 6155 Freemont Blvd... , Mississauga, Ontario L5R 3W2... In Great Britain, telephone 01628 500303... In Australia, call the Fisher-Price Australian Consumer Advisory Service toll-free at 1-800-800-812, or write to: Mattel Pty... Ltd... , 658 Church Street, Locked Bag #870, Richmond Victoria, 3121 Australia...

Fisher-Price, Inc... , 636 Girard Avenue, East Aurora, New York 14052 warrants Rock-A-Bye Cradlette is free from all defects in material and workmanship when used under normal conditions for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase...

Should the product fail to perform properly, we will repair or replace it at our option, free of charge... Purchaser is responsible for shipping the product to Consumer Relations at the address indicated above and for all associated freight and insurance cost... Fisher-Price, Inc... will bear the cost of shipping the repaired or replaced item to you... This warranty is void if the owner repairs or modifies the product... This warranty excludes any liability other than that expressly stated above including but not limited to any incidental or consequential damages...

SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU... THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE...

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