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1.if its the kind that fits on the wooden track look for a screw
(philips/star screwdriver) on the underside of Thomas near his face. The body shell
should lift off.you will then see the battery.
2 If it's the plastic blue track you have to squeeze the
right center wheel and left center wheel. Thomas has 6 wheels so the 2
center/middle wheels, after squeezing this will then make the top portion pop off.
Take the screw out of the bottom front remove red plastic panel by lifting up on the front, this will allow you to lift front wheels up and to the rear, remove center wheels press the tabs on the left and right side in and remove the cab. One AA battery, reverse steps taken and begin playing.
Since you did not provide a make and model I cannot give you specific diagram or instructions. Here is the general procedure to replace a fan wheel that is attached to the shaft at one end of the motor.
Remove drum drive belt from the small wheel at the motor. It should have a spring tension wheel that can be loosened to remove it. You shouldn ot have to remove the belt from around the drum.
Remove the screws/bolts that hold the motor in place. Disconnect wiring if necessary. Keep track of what wire is connected to each terminal so you can reconnect easily.
Lift the motor out and install the new fan wheel on the shaft (after removing the old wheel.)
Reverse the procedure to re-install.
My friend had 3 of 4 window lifts fail... the cable comes of the pullies and damages the plastic pully tracks. They're not repairable We bought new window lifts for iton the web. They're not too hard to replace. The aftermarket ones had crumby motors so we put the original motors off the broken lifts on. They've worked great since.