Here it is for you in 4 simple steps
1. There is a screw on the left hind leg below the stomach.
2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the cover. (The screw stays in the cover, so you won't unscrew it completely.)
3. Take out the old batteries and put in 2 fresh AA's.
4. Replace the cover and re-tighten the screws.
And there you have it, your iDog will be back to it's normal self.
unscrew the bottom piece of the idog (underneath the tail) put two batteries into to the main idog . (if you look at the piece you just unscrewed and filp it over you`ll see another batterie entry) screw back piece and press nose to activate idog.
put new batteries in the game or take out the batteries that the Bop It is using and then put them back in. Here are the steps to reset Bop It? Step 1. Get a Phillips screwdriver Step 2. Unscrew the battery cover. Step 3. Take out the batteries for 30 seconds. Step 4. Put the same batteries in that the Bop It is using or put new batteries inside the battery cover. Step 5. Check the high score. Step 6. Screw the battery cover back in. If you can't find any new batteries, you can buy them at WalMart or Target to change the batteries in the Bop It. If the bop it is not dead, take out the batteries that the bop it is using and then put them back in after 30 seconds and check the high score.
how do you our in batteries on a laser pointer
first you find the batteries... then you take them out... next get refreshed batteries... then put them in...
Only the active EMGs require batteries. EMG also manufactures passive pick-ups which do not require batteries.
The idogd is a speaker and is not charged, but it takes batteries.
If your idog does not work after a long period of time of you not feeding it music, then it is dead. Replacing batteries will not work. The only way to revive it is to exchange it at the store.
Yes you can use your iphone for an idog if you have the cord that came with the idog.
by plugging in a musical device such as an MP3 or CDplayer into your idog and play music, that is 'feeding' your idog.
If it has batteries then change them, see if they flat or if they are running out, and that will explain why it turns on but does those "dance things" won't work!!
Yes. plush means Stuffed animal in other terms. And tyhe iDog soft speaker is a stuffed iDog with a speaker.
yes yes yes
The idog was invented by a company called SEGA.
The idog is a speaker and doesnt charge, but take betteries.