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How do you change the battery in the gift car that comes with the Thomas around the tree set?

I have the Learning Curve Thomas Around the Tree Christmas set. It has a gift car that plays jingle bells. The battery in the gift car needs to be replaced and I cannot figure out how (or even where) the batteries go. Any help/guidance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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