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Furby that would not sleep,
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The Furby I purchased for £47.99 last week would not go to sleep or interact with my Daughter, used 16 batteries in a 30 hour period and had electronic fit when new batteries installed, had to take batteries out in order to stop it and instal them for play again, she was very disappointed overall with her Furby, visited Glasgow's biggest toy store to ask if any had been returned due to a fault and contacted Hasbro customer services regarding Furdy's actions....was told it was defective and to return it which I have but could not get replacement as price has risen by £7.... all shops sold out and only able to order one in,,,,got one for her that was bought for her xmas by a family member worried that there's may have defect too, it seems to be working perfectly so far, I Strongly advise if you have purchased this toy for Xmas to test it before giving it to your child!!!!
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Initial post: 12 Nov 2012 12:03:02 GMT
Ms E. Rayner says:
I collect the old Furbys and find that I get the 'not going to sleep' problem if I use Duracell batteries. They seem to work much better with the cheaper ones. But make sure that you dont leave them in if the toy is not being used for long periods - I killed one by doing that!!
Posted on 7 Dec 2012 21:44:20 GMT
the furby is a lot cheaper at argos.asda and tesco
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