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Engine won't move

Hello, I have the holiday express G gauge set. the set lights, musci plays but the engine doesn't move at all. I have changed batteries, and nothing.

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  • anthony martinez
    anthony martinez Nov 25, 2013

    hello,

    Well I got the train to run but only in reverse. I still can't get it to move forward. any suggestions?

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