Why does the light come on with the remote, but nothing else work?
asked by bjc on December 15, 2012
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You have to push the grey button on the engine to turn on the train.
john c. Wa answered on December 15, 2012
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You have to push the silver/grey button on the locomotive to turn the train on.
SuNsHiNeGiRl77 answered on December 15, 2012
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The batteries in the train are probably dead. They go quickly. Remember to turn off the engine when not in use. Otherwise it is eating up juice waiting for you to move the remote. If you don't then when you finally do, the engine is dead.
Meg Knight answered on December 15, 2012
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The batteries that come with the train may not work. That is what happened to us. After I replaced them with new ones the train worked but still derails a lot.
JacquelynMFleming answered on December 15, 2012
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Be sure the connection between the engine and tender is pushed in all the way. Also, if you're using the original batteries from the box, I would toss them and put in fresh new batteries. Then press the start button on top of the train. Make sure the remote is on and then you should be good to go!
Totemic Nellie answered on December 15, 2012
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