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Toys | Answered 2 hours ago


i had the bad motivator problem when he was standing up, then he wouldnt turn on at all. i wasnt about to let my robot be returned, i took off the leg plates and found the problem"
wire covering confetti spilled out of the leg plate, the part where the wire cluster for the right leg goes into the leg from the hip had the charictaristics of being mangled by a dog, minus the slobber. the bad chinese wire batch plus the constand rubbing if the leg plate had cause the wires to be exposed and crossed with each other, i fixed it by sealing each wire in electrical tape and binding the whole cluster in zip ties, and putting the leg back on, he worked perfectly.
i just thought id post this information because the "bad motivator" problem and the crusty wire insulation problems may be linked. as it was for me.Hope This Helps.

Toys | Answered 12 hours ago


"I had the same problem. It is not a problem with leapfrog connect but with Adobe flash. First clear the cache and cookies in all browsers installed on your computer. Then go to the link on this website and untick the instructed box. >> https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1007636 https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ < and install flash

LeapFrog... | Answered 17 hours ago


The motor that comes with it sucks, mine broke in the first hour of use. I bought a Hossen 12v 120rpm DC motor to replace the one that came with it. It's pretty simple to install if you know how to solder.

Start at the top and take those three screws off, then slide it apart and take off the 2 screws holding the middle piece on. Then remove the screw holding the moving shaft to the wheel, then unscrew the motor mount, the 2 screws where it spins, then unscrew the motor completely with the 4 screws holding the housing down. unsolder the useless factory motor, solder on the good motor, then reassemble in reverse order. You don't actually need to screw the motor to the wheel, i've found.

Toys | Answered Yesterday


should be under warranty
with receipt of purchase return to place of purchase

confusing instructions indeed

try using robot with the power source plugged into it robot wont shut down like it does on battery
reset button on robot base

point the remote controller towards the robot’s IR receiver so that he receives the signal properly.

You can turn off Mr. Personality from a distance using the remote controller; Table 2 describes how.
NOTE:
If you want to turn him on after having turned him off using the remote controller’s power button,
you need to restart him using the power button on the
robot (press it OFF and then ON again).

one online site offers a repair service

Manual WowWee Mr Personality Toy Robot

Mr. Personality - The Old Robots www.theoldrobots.com/images7b/Mr._Personality_Manual.pdf
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