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  Q: How do you switch wings?

Manual Wing Fix:
The butterfly wings must be in an "UP" or "V" position in order for its wings to move. If one or both wings are flat, the butterfly will appear to be defective when you first take it out of the package.If so, unplug the butterfly, gently press down in the middle of the wing and pop the wings up to their creased position. On the package there is a diagram on the inside of the front panel.

Change Wings Quickly:
To change the wings, first unplug the butterfly then pinch the wing backwards while holding the bug body. the wing will pop out from the grooves on the bug body. Take the new wing while holding the bug body and again bend the wing backwards so it fits back into the groves.Make sure the wings are in the "V" or "UP position. Once you do this it is very easy to do again.

Prevent Sun Damage:
Many people switch wings if they become faded or would like to change their decoration. It is really fun to switch the wings to different butterflies or to all the same species.

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