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With new batteries the leapster should of turned on. Take the batteries out and look on the contacts inside where the batteries would normally go. See if there any corrosion or anything sticking to the contacts. If it is then clean it with a rag and glass cleaner and then try new batteries again, if it doesn't work then you know the mainboard inside is bad. Also if nothing is on the contacts and you know for sure the batteries are new then the mainboard would still be the culprit. At that point you would have to buy a new leapster because there is no parts available for it. If its under warranty bring it back to the store where you got it so they can get you another one.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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