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My boys have used the handle bars of my Fisher Price Smart Cycle as a seat for some time now and I think they've broken them a bit as the handle bar flips back and forth. Is there any way to fix it?

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As we can not fully see the damage my best bet would be to take it to a local "Mens Shed" where I'm sure they can fix it for you.

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SOURCE: instruction manual for the fisher-price smart shopper marketplace

If you can get me a product number, I think I can help you. Send me an email at jmegashiftstyle@aol.com.

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a fisher price smart cycle and can not find

The smart cycle, according to fisher price, uses 4 d cell batteries, no 9v

Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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SOURCE: smart cycle pedal??

We had the same problem with the right pedal continually falling off. I purchased some "J.B. Weld" from Ace Hardware, applied it to the stud on the pedal, re-tightened it back on the sprocket arm and let it set 24 hours. This was over a month ago and it has not come off or loose. It gets peddled pretty furiously at times and still holds. The cost of the J.B. Weld which is in two small tubes, mixed together and applied is less than $7.00. I am once again my Grand-daughters hero....

Posted on Aug 13, 2009

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The child has wrapped the connector cords around one of the pedals of his Fisher Price Smart Cycle and it has completely severed the cord from the cycle. Is there replacement parts for this problem?

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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I have the same problem. I did manage to release one side of the toy bar (left side when looking from front) by pressing very firmly on the red plastic tab that's visible underneath, using a metal tool. But on the other side of the bar, the holding tab is hidden by a white plastic cover, which itself is held by 4 white plastic tabs that I couldn't release.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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