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Idog keeps dying!

When I got my idog it wouldn't turn on. I changed the batteries and it turned on. The same day it died again. What's wrong with my idog? What do I need to do for the idog not to run off it's batteries so quickly?

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  • lovelouisa13 Jan 04, 2009

    yeah i think it's defective

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The idog should not do that and i suggest returning it or exchanging it for another one.

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