Remote won't work for PARENTS® MY FIRST REMOTE CONTROL CAR
The car turns on but the remote just doesn't work. I have replaced the battery twice to make sure that it had a fresh battery. Any trouble shooting tips for fixing the car/remote so that it still works?
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This is old info. but still applies. Transmitters and receivers normally come as a matched set. They both need to be on the same frequency to work with each other. Look the receiver in the car over carefully and you will see it, probably in Megahertz (MHZ). Open the back of the transmitter (Could be on the front?). Frequencies can normally be set by a switch, especially on a universal replacement. Just be sure they match and it should be good to go. Check the batterys of cource.
Yes! The FastLane brand works. I thought my bounce back was a loss because the remote doesn't work until my older daughter played with her remote control car in the same room. The Tonka Bounce Back responded very well to the FastLane remote. And fortunately, FastLane is pretty inexpensive. Good Luck!
I think that the wire is for establishing communication between Mater and the remote. My son got one this year for Christmas and the batteries wore out quickly. I replaced the batteries in both, turned both off, hooked up the wire, then turned both on. When I disconnected the wire, it works again.
I have purchased 2 remote controlled toy cars from Costco over the years. These New Bright batteris and charges last only a few charges, and then they go bad. I am disappointed. I will go to Walmart and buy a new battery and see if it works better, if not, i will return to Walmart.
take a digital camera (has to have a screen on it) and zoom in on the end of the antennae. if you look REALLY close, you can see tiny radio waves coming from the end. If you dont see any then you will have to go to a store like WAL-MART and get a new remote.