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Yes it should. These things can catch fire in the child's bed/crib and the safety factor isn't good. The risk seems high for the three battery version. I don't know about trusting the two battery version either. Too many people in the 1500 plus reviews have stated burning, flames, smoke, and fumes. There's proof from s… see more Yes it should. These things can catch fire in the child's bed/crib and the safety factor isn't good. The risk seems high for the three battery version. I don't know about trusting the two battery version either. Too many people in the 1500 plus reviews have stated burning, flames, smoke, and fumes. There's proof from several experts that have examined the toy and have stated the fumes are toxic and will overwhelm people near it. This alone should be enough for a recall and the fact that children could die or have massive injuries would have normal people worried. Fisher Price is not doing a recall and as stated in the news report it makes me wonder how many other toys they make are safe for my child to play with. She's young enough to want one of these and other toys from their company. If they refuse to recall the three battery version I would think we should boycott them in return. see less
By Amazon Customer on March 2, 2014
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Its on demo mode. When you open it up there are two switches inside, on the head; one controls the volume, the other is power. There should be a plastic pull tab on the power side that will stop it from playing the demo, if you don't see it open the battery compartment, it might have broken off. Once the tab is remove… see more Its on demo mode. When you open it up there are two switches inside, on the head; one controls the volume, the other is power. There should be a plastic pull tab on the power side that will stop it from playing the demo, if you don't see it open the battery compartment, it might have broken off. Once the tab is removed it will play normally. see less
By CJB on June 19, 2013
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Yes,with batteries。
By Read C. on May 16, 2014
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It's only an issue with rechargeable batteries as far as I heard. It specifically says not to use those batteries.
By Kristen Gleason on August 12, 2014
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My daughter uses it to snuggle, it's obviously not as soft as a blanket which is her #1 cuddle item but they covered the hard parts well. We mainly use it for the soothing music and night light, as a bedtime ritual I put it on right after reading her a story and not every night but some nights she actually cuddles with… see more My daughter uses it to snuggle, it's obviously not as soft as a blanket which is her #1 cuddle item but they covered the hard parts well. We mainly use it for the soothing music and night light, as a bedtime ritual I put it on right after reading her a story and not every night but some nights she actually cuddles with her sea horse.. I like that I can remove the inner hard part and wash it and I also love that it shuts off automatically and she jus has to press it if she's not yet asleep and wants it on longer! I don't like having to change batteries, every say 2 to 3 months. Hope this helps see less
By V. Griffith on April 17, 2014
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Does it have a piece of plastic by the battery that you have to pull out or turn the switch on from demo to normal mode?
By SYM on August 31, 2015
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no problems so far
By Russell Simpson on September 5, 2015
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No, but you can change the volume of the music- one is pretty loud and the other much softer.
By Sarah E. on November 24, 2013
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I have not tried rechargeable and had not heard about fires. How scary!
By JP on February 20, 2015