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We put new batteries in Allysen. All 7 of them...AA A and AAA A. Doll barely opens her eyes and moves her mouth only a few times...no sound or talking comes out. I pressed reset button but it didn't help. Any suggestions? Post to [email protected] please.

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SOURCE: Doll is new has not worked right since it was

Amazing allysen takes two sets of batteries. When you open up her back you will see where you replace 4 AA batteries. If you open up the littel doors UNDER the AA's there is a space for 3 AAA's. That might be a solution.

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hope this is some help ,
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