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Lep Frogg lost memory

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My LeapFrog loses memory.

When I test the light scenes I saved in memory so is all the positions, colors and movements right.
When I continues to program and save the scenes so change the table all the scenes to the last one programmed.
So instead of having ten different scenes then I have one same.
Someone who had such experiences? o What should I do to get it right again.
I have inserted new batteries;-)

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Hi Lazer,

 

I'd like to help, but sorry I don't understand:

When I test the light scenes I saved in memory so is all the positions, colors and movements right.

When I continues to program and save the scenes so change the table all the scenes to the last one programmed.

So instead of having ten different scenes then I have one same.

 

Maybe you could rewrite this a different way?

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Hi lazer. The battery in your console may be dead andneed replacing. When this happens the desk will start to lose memories and pallets. In my experience it only loses some not all.

 

If you are comfortable opening the desk up you will see the main pcb attached to the base of the desks chassis this will have a small silver button cell batery mounted on it. All you need to do is replace this for a new one.

If you are not keen opening the desk your self your local zero88 distributor will be able to do this. A list of distruters can be found following this link http://zero88.com/distributors/

 

NOTE

There are 2 types of main board that are used in the Leap Frog desks. Earlier desks used the STMain1/1B board, which had a 3.6V NiMH battery soldered to the board. Later desks use the STMain2 board, which has a 3V CR2032 Lithium coin cell.

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