Struggling with Amazon's 8032 error? This error can be frustrating and hinder your ability to grow your sales on Amazon. But fear not, in this video, we will provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to fix this error and avoid it in the future.
Step 1: Identify the reason for the error
The 8032 error occurs when you try to add a child or move a child to a new parent. The error can also occur if there is a phantom parent that you don't have access to.
Step 2: Delete the current parent
To resolve the 8032 error, you need to delete the current parent. You can do this by going to your inventory and clicking on the parent SKU that you want to delete. Click on the "Delete" button to remove the parent.
Step 3: Create a new parent
Once you have deleted the current parent, you need to create a new parent. To do this, go to "Add products via upload" in Seller Central and download the product template. Fill in the relevant information for the new parent SKU and save the file.
Step 4: Assign the child to a new parent SKU
In the product template, assign the child SKU to the new parent SKU. This will create a new parentage for your products.
Step 5: Upload the product template
Once you have filled in the product template, upload it to Seller Central. Wait for the upload to complete and ensure that the product information is correct.
Step 6: Troubleshoot any warnings or errors
If you encounter any warnings or errors during the upload process, troubleshoot them to ensure that the products are uploaded correctly.
Step 7: Repeat the process for other parent/child relationships
If you need to create other parent/child relationships, repeat the process for each relationship.
Step 8: Avoid the 8032 error in the future
To avoid the 8032 error in the future, ensure that your inventory and parent/child relationships are set up correctly from the start. Check for any phantom parents and delete them to prevent future errors. Double-check your product information before uploading to ensure that it is accurate.
By following these steps, you'll be able to fix the Amazon 8032 error and avoid it in the future. Remember to be patient and double-check your work to ensure that the error is resolved properly.
00:00 Common Reasons for Amazon Flat File Error 8032 and How to Fix It
00:35 Getting a 8032 Error
01:09 Check the Parent
01:31 Error 8032 shows in the Feed Processing Summary
01:53 Delete the Child SKU, then assign the child to new Parent SKU
02:26 Reset and unlink Child from ASIN
02:53 Click Manage Inventory
03:10 Delete the Parent
03:40 Go to Add Products via Upload
03:45 Get product template
04:33 Fill in the necessary details
09:14 Once done updating, upload the spreadsheet.
10:19 Check the Parent on Inventory if it has been added