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Introduction

One common issue that many people have had in regards to their VTech baby phone was song looping, which may be a result of low battery charge. If replacing the batteries does not solve your problem, this guide will still get you started on replacing all the other items inside the device. The first thing you will need to do before replacing any of the parts in your VTech baby phone, is remove the batteries. For many common issues, simply replacing the batteries will fix the problem. If you need to replace the battery of your VTech Touch and Swipe Baby Phone follow this guide.

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  1. Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the 4.8mm screw on the battery cover by twisting the screwdriver counter-clockwise. Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the 4.8mm screw on the battery cover by twisting the screwdriver counter-clockwise.
    • Using a Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the 4.8mm screw on the battery cover by twisting the screwdriver counter-clockwise.

  2. Remove the two AAA batteries by pulling on one end of the battery and lifting it straight out. Remove the two AAA batteries by pulling on one end of the battery and lifting it straight out. Remove the two AAA batteries by pulling on one end of the battery and lifting it straight out.
    • Remove the two AAA batteries by pulling on one end of the battery and lifting it straight out.

  3. When reassembling, align the notch on the battery panel with the slot on the phone. When reassembling, align the notch on the battery panel with the slot on the phone. When reassembling, align the notch on the battery panel with the slot on the phone.
    • When reassembling, align the notch on the battery panel with the slot on the phone.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Zack Drawdy

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Seems this device is VERY sensitive to low batteries. An issue I assumed was the power switch (randomly turning off) was actually batteries. Also hilarious this has an iFixit page.

Chris Uthe - Réponse

Thank you! Changing the batteries fixed the loop issue

Jessica Dorado - Réponse

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