Question about Vtech V.Smile Pocket
My Vsmile pocket turns on, however, when my son inserts the game, the device turns off. It seems to be that a short circuit occurs when the game is inserted because if you withdraw the game, the device turns on again. How can I fix this? How can I open the device? Thanks for your support.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The issue may be the game itself. Check to see if the contacts on the game cartridge are dirty. If all contacts are not clean (all should look the same, clean & shiny), clean with a pencil eraser then wipe with a clean dry cloth to remove eraser bits.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
SOURCE: Pocket Vsmile
This is a on going issue with these . First of all these take a lots of juice to operate most of the time it is just best to use those store bought batteries . See over time even a small time these rechargeable battery's just don't hold up. Now with this being said make sure you buy the better battery's like lithum ones made for digital cameras and such. If not any thing else this will help you get by tell you get a replacement rechargeable .
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
remember the old tv's that used to have black horizontal lines run down them ? Well...... That is what is happenning when I plug in the Vtech smile system. Can someone please help me with this issue
Thank You very much
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
Make sure the system is turned off before inserting the cartridge.
1) Press the Reset – Press and hold the ON button for about 10 seconds
2) Make sure the game is inserted far enough into the system, and that it is pointing in the right direction. You may occasionally need to clean the contacts.
3) Also, make sure you are using the supplied power cord/adapter, not batteries. Batteries cause more problems than they’re worth.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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