The talking figure reading platform in the Sofia the First Magical Talking Castle recognizes that
Prince James, King Roland, Queen Miranda, or her friends are on the platform, and reacts by Sofia speaking to them or about them in her own voice or with trumpet sounds. Sofia, Clover and Amber are the only characters who prompt their own voices when placed on the talking platform.
The castle will only give the correct responses when using a figure that has a colored shape on its
base. An incorrect response can also occur if it is being used in a brightly lit room or direct sunlight or the figures are placed on or removed from the special base too quickly.
The figures must be placed on the special base for a full second to work properly. If you continue to receive incorrect responses from figure reading platforms, Please contact our Consumer Relations team so they can
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Rotate Bigfoots elbowtowards the back of the body for the thumb to latch onto the ball. Do not pull the hand down or forward to give Bigfoot the ball. Once the ball is placed in Bigfoot’s hand correctly, press the ball button on the remote.
Yes, as long as it is a standard size SD/SDHC card up to 16 gigabytes (GB) in size. Please note, however, that after inserting into the hadnheld device, it will overwrite any existing pictures/files already on the SD card.
Some high chair pads now have Nano-Tex® technology to repel spills and stains. This advanced fabric enhancement is a durable transformation of the fabric fibers, to keep your high chair beautiful and new looking longer. Take a look at their website for more information on Nano-Tex®.
B Chat™ is available to all registered users on BarbieGirls.com. With B Chat™, you can chat using a drop-down menu of words and phrases, which helps keep chatting safe, friendly, and fun. To use B Chat™, just click on the speech bubble on the bottom of your screen and pick cool phrases from the menu that appears! When you click the phrase, it automatically appears in a speech bubble above your character’s head!
Insert a CD into your computer. If your computer is connected to the Internet, the software will search for the CD track information. If the CD is found in freedb, the track information will be entered automatically. If it is not found, you will have the option to type in the title and artist/author information. In the Copy From CD tab, select the FP3s® that you would like to copy to My Library. Click the Copy From CD button. When the process is complete, you will find the FP3s® in My Library. You can now assign icons to each of the songs
After you’ve airbrushed your car, lower the turntable into the drying chamber by turning the handle on the far right counterclockwise toward the ground. Rotate the knob outside the chamber all the way to the rightmost setting to turn the fan on. Air will blow inside the drying chamber and dry off your car!
Insert the test card. If the DVD skips to the test screen, press each letter A-I on the test card and wait for the corresponding letter to light up on the TV screen before pressing the next letter. If each of the letters successfully lights up, press each of the two arrow buttons and wait for the arrow button to light up on the TV screen before pressing the next arrow button.
If all the buttons light up, remove the test card. The footage should now display a screen with 3 activity cards on it (menu screen). If so, you have successfully programmed the controller.
Insert an activity card you are now ready to play. See the "Playing with InteracTV" section of your manual.
If all the buttons do not light up or you return to the menu screen when the card is removed (the controller is only partially functional), it is possible there is a different code which will give the controller full functionality. Try programming a different code using one of the two programming methods. See Programming the remote using Manufacturer’s codes section or Programming the unit using the manual search method section of your manual.
If you have exhausted all the codes and none of them gives you full functionality, (changing a macro may help) see the "Using Macros" section of your manual.