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Battery leads hello there, i have a walker that has two battery leads one red one black coming from the battery to a part in the walker tray, The two leads have came away from the walker tray and i need to know where abouts they go so i can get it working again

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Can You state exactly what the toy is. Maker, Name, model, pictures, year of manufacture. Details help the research process.
But try this...
If talking about a circuit, look where all the solders are, You can sometimes find a solder point that doesn't have a smooth top it will look like something broke off. Find two of these...To tell the difference when you find them which wire goes where, the solder point that traces back to any capacitor ( a cylindrical component with two leads on its bottom that has a black strip down its side noting which lead is negative.) The black wire can be soldered back to the point that traces back to a negative lead. Then the positive (red) will go to the other one.

If this does not help see if you can upload a good quality pic of both sides of the circuit if possible.

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