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Hasbro Bop-It Micro Series Troubleshooting
Hasbro Bop-It game, micro version. Version updated 2016.
Device Will Not Power On ¶
The device shows no signs of powering on when the lever is pulled.
Dead or Missing Batteries ¶
If the device makes no sign of activity when buttons are pressed, it is likely that the batteries are either dead or missing. See this guide to learn to replace the batteries.
Damaged Wires ¶
If new batteries are in the device and it still shows no signs of power, one or more of the internal wires may be damaged. See this guide to learn how to deal with damaged wires.
Handles Do Not Operate the Game ¶
The game turns on, but the pull-it and twist-it handles do not work.
Broken Levers Inside Device ¶
The levers inside the device that make the handles function may be damaged, to replace them, see this guide.
Button Inside Device is Broken or Stuck ¶
The buttons inside the device that make the device function may be broken. To replace them see this guide.
Bop-It Button Does Not Work ¶
The game turns on, but the Bop-It button does not work during the game.
Broken Internal Spring ¶
The spring under the Bop-It button may be broken. To replace it, see this guide.
Button Inside is Stuck or Broken ¶
The button that provides functionality to the bop it button may be broken. To replace it, see this guide.
Distorted or Missing Audio ¶
The in-game audio is distorted or cuts out periodically.
Faulty Speaker ¶
The speaker may be damaged, to replace it, see this guide.