KPJ113: Thank goodness for YouTube! No matter what I am looking to get done, I find
a way to accomplish it via video - from disassembling a Pack 'n Play to how
to replace the lid switch on my washing machine! GO YOUTUBE!
Kristin Boeser: Thank you!!! This is awesome. Great tips thruout the demo - it's like you
David Goodrich: It's so amazing what you can find on YouTube. My son is almost 3 and
doesn't really sleep in his pack n play anymore and plus I'm movin so
wanted to put it away. I didn't have the bars disengaged all the way and i
forgot mattress and the play itself went in the bag. Thanks
Catherine Polachek: This video was very helpful but I was wondering - I have the pack n play
with the changing station and napper and was wondering if this can be
packed also in the bag or does it get packed separately? Thank you
Holly Jaye: guys...his pack n play wont last long...taje the time to fold pieces and
store then right!
Intentspunk19: *****LOOK HERE****** If you buy this with a napper and changing table you
will have to carry them separately!
nana: really helpful !! thanks :)
Katie Hartsfield: Very helpful video! I'm wondering if the ends of my Pack 'n Play Playard
are supposed to be sticking out the ends of the mat once folded up? Mine
didn't fit neatly inside (I'm able to velcro it together, but it's too
long) and all parts are completely disengaged. Any suggestions? Or are some
models like this?
Freddy B: Thank you for the video, it is required watching for anyone that buys this
item. This is the least intuitive item I've come across in years,
mechanically very frustrating and not easy to use or transport. If you
were not the one to assemble, the direction on the backside of the base are
incomplete as they lack the instruction to remove the side rail plastic
clips. The buttons to disengage the sides are stiff and require wiggling
of the side in multiple directions to engage. Again, if you are unfamiliar
with this item, one can't even be sure they are buttons. I can't speak to
anything else about this item, but don't recommend it based on my
Carina Cash: I appreciate the video but it looks like it was recorded with a cell
phone. Very unprofessional looking video.
Jillian Rogers: I still can't get the locks on the side rails to disengage. I just left it
out on the front lawn. I hate collapsing this thing, I am so done.
shalom4714: Fyi in the beginning of your video you said" it may not be as easy as you
think to put it back in its place" Oh well it's not hard and that is not
the best way to start , if you want consumers to buy your product.
Thaluckysun1: O and the buttons are to hard to press
Tyson Roe: can you please do a how-to fold for you pack and play with twin bassinet
that would be greatly appreciated
FootSoldier66: No, it's not all set up. How on earth do you get the sides of this thing to
not collapse? Also this thing weighs more than my car. Not very convenient.
Teri Lynn McWhirter: thank god for this video!
Brenda Hernandez: Thank you sooo much! Now I see that it's so easy!
niccicharice: Thank you for posting this video, I kept pressing those buttons and the
thing would just not fold up. Thank goodness, finally got it folded up with
Gerry O: Im also having trouble gettin the changin table and the bassinet/cannopy
into the carrying case. I wonder where it came packed when i bought it..
now I have two bags, the one with the playard and another one with the
changing table and the bassinet/cannopy and that sucks! HELP!!!
NinjaOwl: Saved me. This is fantastic, thank you!
Grant Tilus: Any tips for getting the changing table attachment back into the carrying
case? That is what we struggle with. Thanks!
grammahuber: PLEASE, how do you pack the additional gear?--the changing table, mobile,
etc! I have no problem getting the P&P into the bag with just the stuff
that was demo-ed here.
Lisa Munro: Thank you for this video. I'd really appreciate help putting the mobile
back in the box. It was given to me as a shower gift assembled so I don't
even know what it looked like in the box. I cannot get this mobile
disassembled for anything and can't find anything helpful on the internet
(except other people asking the same thing).
jamieleahey: So helpful!
blewgreen1: thenk you for simplifying the instruction, aint the type who read manual
ins, because i lost the manual, haha, had a hard time folding my play yard,
and now its easy!! ü
Cathy Hendricks: Thanks, Graco and Chad - I did it!
geminiloves: Thank you!! Cause I had hell! I watched about 4 or 5 videos before I got to
this one. You guys are great for doing this video!
cristina suitor: Thank you or having a viedo like this I bought mine used an did not get
instructions an was trying everything to get all the gear in the bag an was
just not getting it lol I look at this video an Iam like wow how simple
thank you an god bless
Kevin Good: Yay! It worked :)
Tom Burke: Great video. Pls do another and include the changing table, end basket for
wipes and diapers and the mobile that clips on and squeeze that into the
zippered bag. I dare you!,,,
Jj C: THANK YOU!!! That was driving me crazy!!!
Terry Cato: You make this look so easy. I am having an issue disengaging one of the
locks - I have not been able to get the pack and play compact enough to
wrap in the mattress pad much less stuff into the bag ... all the
accessories is another issue.
Jasmine Elone: Easy peasy thks!
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