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Help! Tamagotchi 4u doesn't work after changing batteries!

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I am new to Tamagotchi 4u. It works with the batteries provided by the online shop. Then it runs out today and I changed GP rechargeable batteries. It failed. 

Then I changed Energizer batteries. It did not work. The seller said it burned out. Did I use the wrong batteries?

Can I fix it? 

Thank you. 

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I am pretty sure you can't fix a burned out tamagotchi. If you can, I don't know how. Sorry.

https://www.amazon.com/TAMAGOTCHI-4U-BLUE-Tamagotchi-Blue/dp/B00LGBMSLQ/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=Tamagotchi+4U&qid=1585067919&s=toys-and-games&sr=1-3

Here is a cheap 4U... just in case you really can't fix it. :(

 

Tip:

For my tamas, I use eneloop batteries. They are rechargeable and work really fine! :D

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