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I have an iflops "Share the tunes" stuffed animal and the little circuit board that hold a switch keeps shorting out. I need to find the board with the switch, can you help?

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  • cheryldegros Jan 05, 2009

    brand new iFlops, and the switch is bad. Store won't take return because it was a Christmas item. Need new switch!

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