Shiver the Polar Bear is from the Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus Movie. When you squeeze her left foot, belly, and back, she reacts by giggling, vibrating(or shivering), and her cheeks blush. Her tag info is: Copyright 2004 Matel Inc. El Segundo, CA. All new material consisting of Polyester Fibers and Plastic Coated wire stiffeners. Made in China.
In opening the front seams of Shiver, I found that there was only one switch in her left foot. Her packaging had instructed to squeeze her feet, so I was expecting something to be wrong with the right switch since it wasn't working. It turned out it was just because it didn't exist.
Opening Shiver's head revealed the two led incasings that cause her to blush when her stomach is squeezed. They were sewn into fabric pockets to hold them in place.
Shiver's torso contained the all of the circuitry inside plastic casing. Fabric covered this and it was actually very hard to remove which is understandable for safety reasons.
This is the plastic casing containing the major cicuitry. Underneath the speaker holes is the switch that is triggered when squeezing Shiver's stomach. The red led lights are inside plastic spheres, that are silver inside to great a larger round shaped light for the cheeks. The switch attached to the yellow wires was the one inside Shiver's foot.
This is the inside of the plastic casing. On the left is the front switch circuit board and below it is the speaker. On the right is the vibrating mechanism, below it is the main circuit board, and behind both of them is the back switch circuit board, and the on/off switch circuit board. The second photo is a close up of the front switch circuit board.
These are close ups of the front and back of the main circuit board.
These are close ups of the front and back of the back switch circuit board.
These are closeups of the front and back of the on/off switch circuit board.
Last but not least is a close up of the speaker and the pattern of Shiver layed out flat with the circuits still in their place.