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I would check the battery voltage with a multimeter if possible. Battery should read at least 6 volts. Most likely the battery is too old to take a charge if it’s been sitting unused since 2006. I’d replace the battery first and then go from there.

Learning Curve... | Answered on Oct 09, 2017


Goggle to find out the company that built it and see if they will send you a copy or if its available for download. This is a common problem with private sales without all the manuals that come with it. Sometimes you have to look up each appliance or model. Start with a phone number to the manufacturer and work from there. Also you can find someone that is selling one like yours and call them to see if they can send you a copy from their manuals.

Learning Curve... | Answered on Oct 18, 2013


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Have you tried keep pressing the right hand button down. When you press the button down and hold the press, then the sounds are finished, the trains starts driving. When you release the button the train stops at once.

Learning Curve... | Answered on May 03, 2013


Take the wheel base of the train in one hand. Point the' face straight up. Place your other hand on the top with you index finger on Thomas' face. Push down towards the ground with the hand on the top, and then pull apart. There is a little tab on the back that you need to get over. Some times the first time is the hardest.

Learning Curve... | Answered on Mar 18, 2013

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