The Star Light Adventure Galaxy Barbie® Doll & Hover Cat will fly freely. The maximum distance it will fly is 18.5 inches from the doll. The flying pattern can be affected by elements such as wind or heat.
The battery pack is located on the doll’s back. Remove the skirt and vest, bend the doll’s arms gently if needed. Unscrew the battery cover at the back with a Philips head screwdriver and replace. Be sure to dispose of batteries properly.
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).
No. Mattel meets or exceeds all safety guidelines developed and enforced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, a government regulatory agency. For additional information on safety and sustainability, consumers can go to our website http://citizenship.mattel.com and then click on Safe and Sustainable Products.
Be sure to fly the cat in an open area and not too close to other people. Also, do not put your fingers or any other objects in the propellers.
Try replacing batteries and make sure there are no cracks in the propellers. If there is a crack in the propeller, do not operate toy. If your cat is still not flying, please contact Mattel Consumer Services.
Propellers can be re-attached by following the instructions provided in the box. Be sure to match the color of the propellers to the axles and that the silver is on the top. Press the propeller gently into the clips of the axles.