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Check fuel...then check radiator... Then check spark plug... At last go to service station...

New Bright 181... | Answered on Nov 28, 2012


New Bright offers ONLY a 60 day replacement warranty after which there are no parts or service avaialble for this train set.

I would contact New Bright about a replacement or take it back to the store where you bought and select something other than New Bright products.

http://www.newbright.com/

New Bright 384... | Answered on Nov 28, 2012


This goes back about 40 years for me. Both Lionel and TYCO had "smokers" in their train sets. My recollection was that the "special smoke oil" was a mixture of very highly refined kerosene and parafin wax. Try a hobby shop such as Hobby Town or some such.

New Bright 384... | Answered on Nov 27, 2012


Check the output of the transformer going INTO the controler. Mine is 19VAC. IF the controler is working you should measure 25VDC between the inner and outer track with the controller switched on. If you have the AC but not the DC voltage push the red reset button. Once you have the 25VDC put your train in place (engine and coal car) and it should run.

New Bright 384... | Answered on Oct 17, 2012


mcdevito75 here, Contact New Bright online at www.newbright.com for the transformer. Hope this helps. I didn"t see a telephone number at the site. Sorry.

New Bright 384... | Answered on Oct 17, 2012

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