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Begin with the action figure fully transformed into Bumblebee.
Face the figure toward you and bring his arms down to his sides and push
his legs together. The figure should end up with all parts parallel to
one another. At this point push the legs up toward Bumblebee's chest.
The legs will slide upward so do not bend them.
Creating the Hood
With Bumblebee's legs secured, use your finger to lift under his
chest plate, bringing what will be the hood of the car upward while the
windows of the car will shift 90 degrees downward. Now bring the arms of
the action figure straight up.
The final step to transforming Bumblebee back into a car is to
take the arms that are pointing up and bring them forward while also
moving them toward the center of the figure. Notice the shoulders of
Bumblebee have a rotating joint. This is what is used to guide the arms
into place. Do not force them or the arms will break off, instead keep
them moving until they firm into place, leaving no parts of the figure
moving freely. Flip Bumblebee over and he will be in his car form.
I have the original Instructions for Operating the 1033(written in 1953) - the second paragraph of the "How To Connect Transformer" reads as follows: The "Multi -Control" transformers listed in this leaflet have four binding posts located on the top of the transformers. Of these, "A-U" and "B-U" combinations furnish variable voltage for the track. The control arm of the transformer simultaneously regulate the voltage output of both the "A-U" and the "B-U" combinations. The transformer nameplate indicates the voltage ranges of these two combinations.The "A-U" combination supplies any voltage from 5 to 16 volts. The B-U combination has voltage from 0 to 11 volts. In selecting the proper range of voltage for your particular outfit, try the lower "B-U" combination first. If the maximum train speed is not satisfactory, then try the "A-U" posts.
To paraphrase the "How to Connect Accessories" section: accessories work best with fixed voltage - these voltages are obtained from the following pairs of output binding posts: "A-B" 5 volts; "B-C" 11 volts and "A-C" 16 volts. Hope this helps, Mark