Question about Toys
Make sure the controller doesn't need batteries, and make sure it's plugged into the proper input on the vsmile system. If it's permanently attached to the vsmile system via a wire, then you may have a defective controller/vsmile and you should take it back and exchange it for another one.
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Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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