Question about Lionel G Battery Operated Polar Express Set
Engine does not light up
These are all basically at the same time in sequence,
1. test batteries, need at least 75-80% power for train to operate at all. will be very weak but should operate. or use known good batteries.
2. next are the battery contacts. a lot of time the positive contact gets bent so far it either makes no or very weak contact, simply bend it back out very carefully to make better contact and clean it with a little rubbing alcohol of nail polish remover and a q-tip.
3. next would be the switch for continuity and then loose or broken wire.
after that you can email me for further help.
Posted on May 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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