I have an Mind Station with a Never-ending mind station 2 MB cartridge that our son used many years ago, My daughter is now of age and I would like to know if the web site is still avaiable to input spelling words onto the cartridge. I think I bought in 2003 or 2004 the Tirnp Twost Spelling still works great but I would like to put in her weekly spelling word in like I did for our son.
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you can actually but the problem is not by who or how but getting the replacement screen..
you can get the screen from Leap-pad, you need to call them and get on to sales..
now you have 2 choices, you can a.) buy the screen and have a local tech change it for you, or change it yourself.. (quite easy, open it up, unplug that screen, plug in the new one, reassemble.) yes it just jacks into the main board.
or you can send it into leap-pad to have them fix it for you..
I would recommend you decided which your more convenient and cheapest for you.
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