Fold the wings in half.The purple wings with details (with lines) should face the front.(Clicking noise will be heard to indicate that the wings are properly folded).
When placing wings on doll, turn the doll so that the back of the doll is facing you. Snap the bigger clasp with flower pattern on the top while the smaller clasp snaps to the bottom. (Clicking noise will indicate it is snapped on correctly).
If done correctly, the top clasp will be right next to the flower borders (see Back Wings Image).
If wings are snapped on correctly and the wings do not open, then move arms slightly forward (see “Slightly forward Arm” pictures).
Always remove the marker from the Monster Maker when printing is complete.Replace cap on marker immediately after use.Store the markers in the tool stand, cap side down, when not in use.If left uncapped, markers will dry out.Markers can be partially restored by replacing the caps and storing them in the tool stand, cap side down, for 24 hours.Use the included markers only with the Monster Maker.
Yes! You just need to go to the Dino Compound from the Command Center. Once you are in the Dino Compound, you'll see a console at the bottom of the screen. Select the hybrid you want to change, then click on the "Creator" button and it will take you to the Hybrid Creator so you can change your hybrid.
Battery requirements can be found inside the battery compartment itself or toward the beginning of each product manual.
1. Enter the product number or toy name, or search by using the keywords below. Then click "Go."
2. Identify your product from the list of results.
3. Click on the product image, and follow the link to download the manual.
Product numbers are listed on baby gear products in small print right near where the Fisher-Price® or Mattel® information is stamped.
All our baby gear has a product number listed in small print near where the Fisher-Price® or Mattel information is stamped. It can usually be found above the barcode on the packaging and instructions, on the fabric tag, or etched into the product itself.
Our product manuals are available in Adobe® Acrobat® format (PDF). If you don’t have the free viewing software, Adobe® Reader®, this link will take you to their website for assistance.
Check the bottom of the base for debris, and wipe it with a clean, dry cloth.
Wipe your screen with a soft, dry cloth to ensure the best conductivity with the figure.
Make sure you are holding the figure in the right location in order for it to be recognized.Hold it on the sides of the base where the black indented finger grips are. Do not wear gloves or mittens since the base needs to come in contact with your fingertips.
Make sure that you are not placing the figure on the black or white frame around the iPad screen. You must keep the figure only within the screen area.
Some high chair pads now have Nano-Tex® technology to repel spills and stains. This advanced fabric enhancement is a durable transformation of the fabric fibers, to keep your high chair beautiful and new looking longer. Take a look at their website for more information on Nano-Tex®.
Hello Barbie™ may occasionally encounter issues sending and receiving conversations. The issues may be based on signal strength, roaming, or Internet congestion. Usually the issues are brief and Hello Barbie™ will resume operation quickly. This can also occur when Hello Barbie™ has been in connection mode for along time or has timed out after a long period of inactivity. Turning Hello Barbie™ off and on again will enable the doll to resume normal activity.
This may also happen if Hello Barbie™ loses its WiFi connection. Please take the following steps:
Close the Companion App
Go to your devise's WiFi settings
Reconnect to your WiFi network
In addition, you may get this message if Hello Barbie's batteries are low. If this is the case, please place Hello Barbie™ back on her charger.
The following steps will allow you to program your InteracTV controller:
Make sure the InteracTV controller has good batteries. Slide the 3 position memory switch, on the back of the controller, to the desired memory position. The controller is capable of being setup for up to 3 different DVD players in 3 different locations.The controller must be setup and tested individually for each of the 3 DVD players, but once that is done the controller will retain the manufacturer's code and does not need to be setup again.If the consumer accidentally enters a new valid 4-digit manufacturer’s code, then they must set it up again for that DVD player.It is a good idea to write the 4-digit manufacturer’s code in the labeling area provided on the back of the controller.
Insert the compilation DVD into the DVD player and turn on the DVD player and TV.
Insert the programming card into the controller; the green light should blink twice.
Locate the manufacturer’s codes in the user’s manual.
Enter the first 4 digit code listed under the manufacturer. Use the right arrow button for the number. The light should blink after each button press and blink a long blink after the 4th digit is entered.
Remove the programming card.The light should double blink when the card is removed
Insert the test card into the unit;the green light should double blink.
The DVD should skip to the test screen, if it does not, repeat from step 3, choosing the next manufacturer’s code on the list. If the test card skips to the footage, which resembles the test card, then proceed with testing the unit.See Testing the unit section of you manual or quick setup instructions.
If you have tried all of the manufacturer's codes listed and you cannot locate an acceptable code, see programming the unit using manual search in your user's manual.
While we don’t have historical information, pictures, or resale value information here, you can find a wealth of information online.
For Fisher-Price products, you might also want to check out the book, Fisher-Price: Historical, Rarity, and Value Guide, 1931-Present, Updated 3rd Edition.
For Hot Wheels, you can also log on to www.hotwheelscollectors.com. At the top, click on “Forums” to connect to other Hot Wheels collectors who might be able to help you out.
For Barbie, you can find a ton of articles and stories on our blog at www.barbie.com that will give you an inside look at our dolls. There, you can also connect with other collectors who might be able to help you out. If you click on “Signature” at the top, then “Get Involved,” it will take you to a page where you can find Collector Clubs in your area.