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I have the innotab 3 just bought it my daughter played it once now i cant take it off the charger or it wont turn on the green light blinks alot i tried taking the battery packs out n putting them back in n still no luck:( anybody have any fixes??

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Casio batteries have a issue and are very weak you should not let it get below 5% when it is this low the camera will come on say battery is low and turn off. if it remains this or lower the battery can go out the good thing is you can get them really cheap off ebay.

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