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.
If Bigfoot keeps falling over, make sure he is on solid ground (medium pile carpet or hard flooring). Not recommended for outdoor use.
Bigfoot has a Position Switch that can detect if he is not in the correct position (falls over) and will automatically reposition himself by standing.If the issue persists contact us for further assistance.
ke sure red LED on remote is lit when pressing a button. If red led is not lit, power is not on or batteries are dead.
If any button on the remote is held down for a minute or more continuously- the remote will stop transmitting the signal after a minute. If the button is then released and pressed back down, the function will resume.
The LED light on the charger will remain red for 4 continuous hours after being plugged in.
After 4 hours the LED will turn green.
Please Note: If the charger is unplugged after this time and plugged back in, the LED will turn red again for 4 hours even though the battery is fully charged. The LED is not an indicator as to whether the battery is fully charged.
Bigfoot needs to finish a sequence before starting a new sequence. If a sequence is interrupted, Bigfoot will say ‘hey’ or ‘huh’. Wait until the sequence is complete and then try hitting a command again.
We'd like to let you know that there have been some design changes made to the Imaginext® DC Super Friends™ Batcave. The gray door located on the front upper portion of the Imaginext® DC Super Friends™ Batcave and telescope base was removed from the product and a rounded end has been added to the telescope. The rounded end will fit into one of the two hex fittings that have been added to the purple platform.
In order to lower the telescope in the elevator, you will need to put the ball on the bottom of the telescope into the raised hexagon opening and have the telescope facing forward. Tip it back and the elevator will now lower.