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Visit your local zoo and get some lion/tiger/cheetah pooh and put some in your garden and that will stop them. Simple mirrors placed around the garden also works quite well. I use water filled lemonade bottles
Make sure your new battery is charged up first. New batteries will die sometimes. Make sure your cables are tight and clean and your starter could be at fault if all that work it won't turn over. Make sure your engine is not seized as well.
The Cub's quick power button is located on his right ear. Once you set (rather than switch) the power switch to Normal setting, your Cub should automaticallly be in normal play mode when turned on. To turn him on after he powers down and enters Sleep Mode: • Ensure the main power switch is set to Normal. Locate the quick power button and press it once.NOTE: If you press it more than once after switching it to the Normal setting, you will be toggling the volume levels.To turn him OFF:• Locate the quick power button and hold it down for about 3 seconds.
They way these stuffed animals function is by sensors. So when you pick them up by the nap of the neck the legs are suppose to go link. And when you pet the their eyes and mouth are suppose to open. If left alone it will go into sleep mode. Put it on it's back and it acts playful. Make sure the batteries are fresh. Use alkaline batteries when possible as motorized toys such as this are heavy on batteries.
Sounds to me like you need to scrape the **** off of the battery cable ends and the battery posts,or you just have a battery that has sulfated and will not take a charge.Repairing the connections or installing a new battery should fix the starting problem and because the pto is engaged with electricity it should fix that too.
check starter-the starter gear may be stuck or spring may be broken -new doesnt mean free from defects--if starter before working on or removal of parts notify place of purchase should be covered under warranty