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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I assume you have batteries in the engine. If the engine light comes on and the remote makes noise, the engine motor may be stuck. Try hitting the side of the engine against a hard surface, which may get the motor moving. I had this problem with 2 engines and fixed both of them.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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I had the same problem with two of our three engines. I read somewhere that you can get them running by hitting the side of the engine against a hard surface. I can't believe it... IT WORKED! I guess the motor gets stuck and hitting it will get it going. All three engines are working now.
Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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can try calibrating the stylus pen. Hope
this works :) Here are step by step instructions straight from the
If your Leapster2 does not respond to the stylus pen, it needs to be calibrated. Calibrating the Leapster2 is easy:
1) Ensure that a game cartridge is not inserted in the Leapster2
2) Hold down the Hint (?) button while turning the unit on. Continue to hold the Hint button down until the LEAPSTER2 menu appears. Remember that you need to hold the "Hint" button down the whole time while you are pressing the power button, and releasing it.
3) The LEAPSTER2 menu will show the options Base Info, Cart1 Info, Cart2 Info, Cart3 Info, and Touch Calib. If you do not see this menu after powering on the Leapster2, turn the Leapster2 off and repeat steps 1 & 2 until you see the menu.
4) When the LEAPSTER2 menu screen appears, press the A button on your handheld.
5) Using the stylus pen, touch each of the crosshairs that appear
6) Restart unit
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
Aha! I found this on another forum and it worked for me!
I had some luck using a trick I read on the yahoo geotrax group.
Make sure you have good batteries and hold the controller in the forward movement position. Then run the train forward repeatedly on a surface with friction (I used my pant leg). I got two old trains to work again, and I'm hoping to fix one more.
The theory is that this works because it uses a magnetic coupling instead of a direct drive.
It only took me one super gentle swipe across my leg! Better than smacking/bashing them because that can knock wires loose and stuff. Hope this helps everyone! :D
Posted on Nov 13, 2011
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