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Let them approach your set
silently. Don't hail are greet them at all. After they swing over the decoys
and start to leave give them the absolute best hen greeting you can. Let them
work back on their own after that and see what happens.
In order to help you let me explain to you how the Nintendo zapper works. The nintendo zapper works by decetcing the light from your TV screen. When you "shoot" the gun the screen goes completely dark for a franction of a seccond display white squared where the targets are. The light emitted by the squares is picked up by the zapper only if it's pointed directly at it. What may have happened is that your nintendo zapper is not working propperly, to make sure of this try "firing" the gun at a strong source of light like a light bulb. If this doens't trigger the gun to work then youre Zapper is broken and sadly the product has been discontinued and they don't offer tech support for it anymore. Your best chance of fixing it would be ordering repair kits online or buying a new one.
arrow up means it in four wheel drive high. It is geared high for faster speed. Arrow down is four low and is geared lower for less power at the wheel. U would use this if you are stuck. The gas symbol means you need gas in the truck
SD cards have a little slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fully the other way and then back again.