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So I think my Tama's (literally) dead...

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Siro

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 01:57 PM ( #18 )

When I dropped my tama in water it started randomly highlighting icons without me pushing buttons... hmm


Yeah, that's EXACTLY what happened to my P1!

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 03:53 PM ( #19 )

When I dropped my tama in water it started randomly highlighting icons without me pushing buttons... hmm


Yeah, that's EXACTLY what happened to my P1!


It's because there is fluid connecting the button to the circuit board. It's bridging the gap that's normally there and only triggered when you voluntarily press a button. Does that make sense?

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Posted 30 December 2012 - 04:53 PM ( #20 )

Like others have said, have you tried pressing B? That should take you to the clock screen where you can set the time. I haven't had any experience with P1s, but on my connections you have to set the time, and then it should take about 2 min to hatch.

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Posted 31 December 2012 - 07:32 AM ( #21 )

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I am sorry to say this but your tamagotchi might be dead.... Try shaking it, the milk inside might come out quicker. You could also use a blow dryer to blow dry it! ;) Good luck! :wub:

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Posted 02 January 2013 - 07:26 AM ( #22 )

Definitely try the rice, I friend of mine did this too her tama ( although she dropped hers in apple juice ) and it turned out like nothing ever happened. The only problem was my friend forgot she put her tama in the bag of rice. Months later she went to make curry rice and looked for extra rice in her cupboard, began to pour it out when her tama dropped into the bowl. It was very funny at the time ^ ^

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P.S. The tama still worked after all those months, it just needed a battery change ^ ^




I don't mean to sound rude, so please forgive me but don't shake the tama, or blow dry it ! The milk could spread to other parts if you shake it, the tama could still be saved as long as you don't. And blow drying can cause the parts to overheat, frying it . . . I'm so sorry I don't meant to sound rude I just want very much to save this tama ^ ^ ; ; sorry.

Edited by Lavulitchi, 02 January 2013 - 07:30 AM.

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