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When my soon put his pennsylvania flyer train set he unhook the wiring to the fasttrack itself. How to we put in back on the fasttrack?

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Turn the terminal track(where the wires were connected) over,
you should see 2 screws where the wires were attached.
loosen the center rail screw, strip the wire with the red end back - 1/2 inch on the end that was attached to the screw, place wire around the screw & tighten. repeat with the other wire attaching it
to the screw on the outside rail where it was previously attached.
reconnect the terminal track to the rest,connect to your transformer
and play with your train.

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SOURCE: I bought the 6-30089 Pennsylvania Flyer Train Set

Hope you got the set working. If not, look underneath the locomotive near the rear (under the "cabin"). There are two switches, one on either side. One says "Smoke", the other says "Reverse". If the "Reverse" switch was set to "Off" when the locomotive was in Neutral, it will stay in neutral even when the power is cycled or the "Direction" button is pressed on the power supply. Even in Neutral, all the lights will work and I believe the smoke element will heat up but won't puff. Whatever setting the "Reverse" switch is on, try changing it to se if that works. Hope this helps...

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