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Car Will Not Turn On ¶ 

When you switch on the Kid Galaxy Morphibians Explorer nothing happens.

Check the Batteries ¶ 

It may be a quick fix. Check/Replace the three AA battery(s) as needed on the bottom of the Morphibian Explorer.

Broken On Switch ¶ 

Check the internal and external On/Off Switch for damaged or loose wires. Replace if necessary.

Loose Power Wire ¶ 

Check the ground and power wires, they may be loose or disconnected. Might be necessary to solder or replace the wires.

Receiver ¶ 

The receiver may be broken or the power wires maybe be disconnected or stripped. Make sure to replace the receiver or solder the power wires back on.

Remote Will Not Turn On ¶ 

When you use the remote nothing happens.

Check the Batteries ¶ 

When you flip the remote check the two AAA batteries on the left handle under the battery cover. Replace the batteries if necessary.

Loose Power Wire ¶ 

Make sure the power and ground wires are connected properly. If they are not connected solder the wires back on.

Damaged Chip ¶ 

Check to see if the bus connections on the chip are not damaged. If they are replace the internal chip.

Bad Directional Pads (D-Pads) ¶ 

The D-Pads are stuck or not moving fluently.

Internal Blockage ¶ 

There may be something inside the controller that is preventing it from moving freely. Open the controller to check for a blockage.

Broken D-Pads ¶ 

Open remote to remove and replace the directional pads.

Wheels Not Moving ¶ 

When the car is on and working, but the wheels will not move.

Rubbing Wheels ¶ 

The issue maybe the wheels on the RC car rubbing against the body. Loosen the wheels slightly to create some distance between the wheels and the body of the car.

Stripped Gears ¶ 

Check the internal driving gears, the gears could be stripped. Is the gears are stripped replace the driving gears within the RC car.

Broke Motor ¶ 

Issue may be the motor itself, replace the internal motor.

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