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My peg perego santa fe train goes to the side when the go button is pressed... then it gets stuck

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Turn it around and have it go the other way also have your kid sit to the inside of the seat

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It might have shorted out the motor under the seat.
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where in united kingdom can i purchase a 6 volt battery charger for a peg perego santa fe express

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use a multimeter and check to see if you are getting power at the motor, you should be getting at least 6 volts

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funny, you can fix this real easily, you just need to flip flop the cables on the motor, currently the polarity is reversed, theres only two wires connected to the motor just switch them around

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It might have shorted out the motor under the seat.
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