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I just bought a used 1997 (first gen?) Nano puppy. I was pretty excited because it looks exaclty like the one I had when I was 11. It worked great the first day but now it's shutting itself on and off and resetting itself randomly. The batteries are brand new. What can I do to fix it or is it doomed?

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Have you tried something like art foam to keep the batteries in place? Usually it works and its cheap.

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Make sure the battery cover on it is tight and clean the battery contacts with a qtip dipped in rubbing alcohol; let dry and then put the batteries in and try again.


Or you could have gotten defective batteries. It happens sometimes, where new ones are drained. Try another fresh set.

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