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How to: Talk N Action Thomas Off/On Switch Doesn't Work!
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No more Mr. Nice Guy, Thomas Blows His Fuse

Hello everyone!  If you are having issues like your Talk N Action Loco is not turning on, or not making any noise, take a look at the  "How To:"  youtube tutorial link below:

https://youtu.be/IDsFW5igvjI



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This is another fantastic Tutorial PG-Mike, thank you for sharing it with us. Brilliant idea of using just a strand of wire to replace a simple fuse albeit non-replaceable. Did you do any research into finding a normal type fuse to replace it with? I'll bet there are hundreds of TnA trains that made it to the landfill because of this simple wire burning out.
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Sad, sad thought of all those TnA engines being junked.  

I love the tutorial Mike.  I once searched for this type of fuse but opted to just use a piece of wire and remove the fuse portion all together.
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Thanks guys for the great comments... I would have really loved to have been a fly on the wall when the engineers at Tomy came up with the concept, R and D, and initial fabrication of these complex little locos.
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