Posted 12 January 2014 - 09:25 AM
There is a older 1998 furby fixer place... Maybe they have updated for the newer versions? They did tests and what not on the broken furbys once they fixed them. I haven't been there in a longtime, to the website. They requested old, broken furby for a collage class.
Not saying send it, but asking questions if they recommend anything.
Posted 27 March 2014 - 07:38 AM
Actually, there may be a reason why they revamped the 2012 Furbys into Furby Booms, maybe because the 2012 Furbys had some problems (motor not working, out-of-sync beak, resetting itself, etc.) and they had to remake them and make them have better chances of working better. And they made the Furby Boom become less talkative (so it doesn't annoy your parents or your friends) when there's no noise or interaction with the Furby.
I dunno, I'm just spitting out ideas...