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Holiday Express Animated Electric Train Set
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- Featuring train cars and accessories, this cheerful holiday train is master-crafted with all of the details you want
- Includes: 4-piece G-Gauge train set, engine with Santa, tender with Christmas tree, Candy Dancer Car and Santa's Toy Shop Car
- Also includes multi-function controller with sound and volume control, 120V transformer and a track power clip
- Sixteen pieces of track form an approximate track layout of 3' x 5', each car measures 11" long
- Made of durable, colorfully painted plastic
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It's that special day, and The Holiday Express Animated Train is encircling the tree, creating an indelible memory the family will enjoy for years to come!
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This Electric Train Set brings delight to the whole family during the holidays. Each car offers little bit of animation to bring this set to life. Whether it's Mrs. Claus baking cookies to the elves enjoying their outside skating recreation, the kid in you will come out and play!
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1) If you want to just see if the engine runs on the track, it won't. It must be connected to the other cars (maybe just the tender car). That is how it gets it's power.
2) When connecting the power to the tracks, between every plastic slat there is a little notch. I found that if I put the track clip in this spot, it didn't provide for as good of connection to the track as the non-notched sections.
3) With the track clip connected, and the power on, you should be able to see the tender car's lights come on when you place it on the track.
3) My train kept coming off the tracks. Sit there and watch it. If it is just happening in the same spot every time, it is probably your track that isn't connected well enough, or maybe your floor isn't flat enough. I had even read about a person using tie wraps to keep them together as his got older, but this wasn't my case. Mine was doing it all around, mainly in the curves. The train won't roll, but if you push on the other cars individually, they roll easily. The tender car didn't roll as easily compared to the others. I thought I just wasn't putting it on the tracks right. It even seemed to wobble a little too much. Looking underneath, I must have dropped the car as the plastic piece that holds the wheels on had partially snapped off. I snapped it back on, and everything was fine. I am guessing that was only catching on the curved track causing it's derailment.
I hope this helps the next person!
We love it. It takes some careful eye-hand coordination to make sure it's actually on the track, but all model trains require that.
We're a two-adult/one-dog household, and the dog isn't interested in the train, so it doesn't face much of a survival challenge. I can see where in a household with multiple kids it could get damaged easily. It has lots of plastic parts--many moving--and I can see it getting broken by uncareful hands--or feet.