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Need more track for the Thomas the Train Ride-on Battery operated train. Where can I purchase some?

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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.

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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It might need a new wire connection to the motor.
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They help me with my ride on toys.
hope this helps

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Peg Perego Thomas Train Track Rider

ok I have a train the light and sound work, but the train does not move. Used alligator clips from battery direct to motor, then the motor runs. Just ordered a circuit, will post when receive circuit with sound 15.00.

Posted on Jan 22, 2010

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Hi

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.

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Peg Perego Thomas Train Track Rider


I cannot promise that this is the problem, but this is where mine was broken, and you may be able to fix yours this way.

I was able to remove the plastic around the tender and access the motor. Using alligator clips, I was able to connect the battery directly to the motor, bypassing the circuit board. The motor functioned, therefore the only component that seemed to be defective was the circuit board, located behind the speaker in the engine unit.

As far as I know, the only place to buy a replacement circuit board is from www.tigerimports.com. Search for part number MEVA0024. Cost is around $15 + shipping (around $6 or so).

I should be receiving this part by the end of the week and will report if it fixed the problem.

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Peg Perego Thomas Train Track Rider


The red button on the right must be held down for anything to move. It turns the lights on, makes some train noises, then moves forward. If you don't hold the button down, nothing will happen. Note that when the train is underway, the left red button becomes a train whistle. Otherwise, when the train is not running, that left button produces music. Hope this helps.

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Peg Perego Thomas the Train Ride-on Music button not working


It could be a bad switch or the music board has a bad contact.

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