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Dropped my tama-go and now it won't turn on.

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The screen went funky after I dropped it, and showed two baby boys before I could reset or download once I got the screen on. I tried putting new batteries in and now it just won't turn on at all. Does anyone know of any way or anyone I could send this to to try to fix it? I believe it's the wires but I'm not positive. 

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That’s unfortunate. Sadly, if it’s something internal then I’m afraid it’s unrepairable. Something’s probably gotten bashed on the inside.

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If you have the ability to you could always open it up and see if anything seems broke or loose

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