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The doll has a sticker sewn into her back that has the reset instructions in three steps. It also tells you what to do if a playpiece is lost and there is an Amazing Amy Helpline phone number: (888) 675-2368
this is mostly in the eye of the one who thinks they need one!
12 months of age 60% its purchase price if it is in good working condition 24 months 50% 36 months 25-30% 48 months 10-15%
Beyond that it will be heritage listed and bring twice the price of its original outlay and be sought after by Mitsubishi who will be amazed that they actually made a TV that lasted that long. The average life of amy Mitsubishi and quite a few other modern Tv's is about 3 years before they require huge repair expenditure. Often better to update wvery 12 months if you can afford it as they are not built to last like the old CRT's that will still deliver on a set top box long after plasmas and rear projections have been retired.
there could be 2 reasons.......first the fan might not be working and you need to buy a new one or fix what you allready have.
second it might bew dirty from the back take a swiper an clean it for 30 sec one of those will work 100%