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Trackmaster Percy moves but does not climb slight inclines does the weight placement inside affect this?

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In the early model trains - Just by the middle wheel there are plastic brackets that lock the top in to open squeeze on both sides above the wheels to move the brackets in and pull the top up - This will open the top and then you can replace the battery Note my wife helped me to figure this out as I took all the screws out as well

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