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Let me see if I understand your question...

You asked, (Where does a coil on a car get it's juice from? Correct?aror

Well, Let start out by CORRECTING the Earor made in Solution # 1.

Brad B. In Solution 1 stated that in old cars: " the Distributor signaled the coil with a constant ground." Sorry, that is not the case. In older cars in the 40's, 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's the battery applied 6-volts or 12-volts to the primary winding terminal of the coil. The other primary winding terminal of the coil went to the points inside the Distributor.

So evrey time the points would closed to ground, the battery voltage would energized the the primary coil. Creating an induction transfer into the secondary winding of the coil. Creating a high-voltage increse sent to the center of the distributor cap and the rotor sending that high-voltage to the spark plugs to fire the cyclenders. So it all begins with the battery sending it "JUICE" to the coil...

As for the newer cars of today, they have all become dependent on sensors attacthed to many parts of the car and engine, transmission, and more that sent signals to 2, 3, 4 and sometimes more onboard computers. Todays cars are that an expencive mess. Only because of big, greedy, designs by auto makers to complicate cars so mush to the average people, they have very little choice but to have the dealers do all the reparis.

GIVE ME AN OLD CAR ANYDAY!!!! ALL THE NEW CARS ARE JUNK!!!

NRS Diecast 1955... | 163 views | 1 helpful votes


After many attempts to find the manual, I came across this site:
http://www.rockhounds.com/rocknet/archive/messages/1956.shtml

It seems you aren't the only one with the same problem!
I hope this is what you are looking for...

NRS Rock Tumbler | 1,243 views | 5 helpful votes


I believe this is also the Zenith door chime. I bought mine at home depot, and they have the push buttons.

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Have you tried pulling batteries with game powered down to clear cmos/
Quite offten this will clear up strange problems

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They stop working because they are made in China for $5. They are not normally repairable apart from changing batteries. If you want to get inside, it will be through the base. Probably screws hidden under felt.

https://www.ebay.ca/b/Mr-Christmas-Carousel/908/bn_55191126

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Probably stolen property, the person you bought it from would know the password, ask them for it or return it to the shop you purchased it from for a full refund.

sale of goods act: item must be fit for use, no password is not fit for use!

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you dont give up do you marvy. we all know jhons your wife

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The required, (but not included), 4 "C" size batteries fit inside the coal car. One "AA" size battery goes in the pump car, (which has a lantern light, besides the pumping soldier), and 3 "AA" size batteries are needed for the remote control. There are separate switches on the engine, the coal car and the pump car to activate all the features of the train. The directions are explained on the remote control devise.

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Did you check the metal pin and spring terminals the batteries sit between? If a battery powered toy is stored with the batteries still in the terminals can corrode and block the electrical current from the batteries. Try cleaning the terminals with a cotton bud and Very Fine sand paper. A cardboard nail file works well for this.

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That appears to be part of a toy train set so I moved it from the Motorcycles category :>)

Turn it on? It is a Caboose, the rear carriage. No turning it on, that's the train at the other end. It is just 'rolling stock'.

https://www.google.com/search?q=1986+bright+line+Gold+Rush

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There is nothing online saying how to repair this, so I'll guess.

The little washer will fit anyone of those metal spindles. It allows something to spin without binding in the black housing.My guess is the tall one or the one to the left.

The knot on the end of the string should fit into a slot on that tall spindle and the string should sit between those indentations.

The should be tension on the tall roller, so you will need to pre-tension it. You can pull the plastic string guide grommet up to do it. Then push the grommet back in. Put the housing back on top.

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https://directbrown.weebly.com/dreamsky-alarm-clock-radio-user-manual-ds201.html#dreamsky-alarm-clock-radio-user-manual-ds201

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There are tutorials and video's on YouTube and on Goggle then on how to make your own decorations for birthdays and for Christmas and Easter and Halloween and for Valentines day too.

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Sounds like the control switch has an open in it. Move it back and forth several times to see if it gets a connection back.

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You can tap on the ' + ' icon next to the lives counter (hearts) in the Level Select Screen, and a new menu will open in which you can send lives or ask your friends to send you lives. You cannot send lives if your friends aren't added on your Facebook friend list.

Apparently there has been some issues where players can only request lives, but not send them. I recommend contacting their customer support team in the provided link.

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Photo shows TK 584 :
https://www.ebay.com.au/c/22012050724

Earlier FIXYA question suggests viewing a youtube video showing assembly:
https://www.fixya.com/support/t21520690-tk_584_mega_bloks

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If the santa has no built in bluetooth or memory slot then the nest best thing is to place a bluetooth speaker inside the santa and then play songs.

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