20 Most Recent LeapFrog LeapSter L-Max Console Questions & Answers


Have you followed up all the OM instructions (e.g. full charge, how to turn on very first time, etc.)?

LeapFrog... | Answered on Jan 25, 2018


probably broken I don't use leapster so I don't know I would call the leapfrog company and see maybe its defective or the batteries I know when we doesn't read the disk somthings wrong my wii actually broke and when ps2 doesn't read the disk its broken trust me hon I know about games and stuff I tend to troll on some online games im bad well hope this helps

LeapFrog... | Answered on Feb 13, 2014


try the
good old rice trick take the batt out place the device in a zipplock bag with plain old rice let it sit in there for a good day or two the rice absorbs the water from inside the device safest and best way works for other electronics too

LeapFrog... | Answered on Sep 23, 2013


You need to recalibrate. Try pushing B, A, Hint, and Home when you turn it on. Do not have a cartridge in the player or it will think it is a regular Leapster. Once it says calibrate screen it will say to press A, then wait until a target appears in the upper left hand corner, touch it and you should hear a sound, then a new target appears in the lower left hand, repeat actions, then lower right hand screen, and finally the upper right hand screen. If it stops at any time and doesn't get more arrows, try it again or turn it off and see if the pen works. It may take a few tries to get it to recalibrate correctly.

LeapFrog... | Answered on Jul 24, 2013


  • That blinking green light means the rechargeable batteries are no longer holding a charge which is also why the unit shuts down when the power feed is removed. You just need a new set or rechargeable batteries is all. 4 AA (or LR6 depending where you are)

  • Please note that when the charger rapidly blinks green, in addition to the batteries that are failing, they can overheat and leak. Please, cease to use those batteries and take them to a recycle place before they begin to leak from trying to charge when they are not safe to charge anymore.

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Regards,Tony

LeapFrog... | Answered on Oct 05, 2011


There is no definitive way to check if your battery will hold a charge besides actually using the device itself.

LeapFrog... | Answered on Jun 13, 2011

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