Question about Toys
The most often cases for loosy connections are either the connector you mentioned, or the button that the boy press to go. Unfortunatelly using a multimeter is not so easy to locate the loosy point at these cases. So put the toy onto a box or something else in order to keep the rotating wheels free and check for the loosy point. Another one possible cause is the connection with the motor, but not so often.
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Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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