Question about Tyco Radio RC Batcycle Batman
Hi yes usually they are easy, to fix, usually it is broken wires where they attach to motors etc. Open it up and check all the wires, check the battery connections and battery condition too. Check the soldering crystals too, again often it is bad solder joints too. in either the controller or the receiver. Make sure the transmitter is also OK, again batteries and switches, sometimes the wires break on the switches inside the controller. Most often it is mechanical, rather than electronic that makes them stop.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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