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The microphone does not work when in the ON position but helmet works in demo also the motorcycle controller does not do anything, I have replaced the batteries with new ones, we just pulled out of the box less than 2 hours ago and ha not worked yet

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SOURCE: Controller not working : helmet functions perfectly

1.) make sure the helmet is switched to "ON" not "Demo"
2.) if the toy stops working, try pressing the yellow button directly above the playskool logo on the helmet.

The toy uses a simple IR light to communicate between the controller and the helmet, and any controller will work with any helmet. Make sure the light and the receiver in the helmet (front, middle under the lip in line with the playskool logo) have an unobstructed view of one another.

Hope this helps.

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Hope this helps.

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