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Hello, I bought a K-Line 4-6-6T Boston and Albany Tank Engine. I've had the train for 2 years. Recently I noticed there was no smoke coming out of the small hole. I went through the train and I saw that the train was making smoke, but I ran the train with the top off and saw that the fan that blows the smoke off no longer works. I was wondering where I could find the small motor that drives the smoke unit fan. Also I was wondering where I could find a set of maintenance tools.

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http://www.thomasandfriends.com/usa/news_product_info.asp

scroll down the images till you see the set that they have. click on it when the page opens look for instructions... click on that it should have them. note i did see at least one recall notice so make sure that doesn't involve the set you have

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Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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If all cars are not properly on the track, the engine does not have enough power to pull the cars. Try with engine and coal car only to zero in on cause.

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The wires will have pulled off the circuit board inside.

Remove screws (force a hex driver in there) and solder wire back on.

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You take out the screw and put the oil in that hole.

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