owner`s manual

owner`s manual
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CAUTIOII
ILECTRICALLY OPERAIED PRODUCI
NOT RECOI4I\4ENDED FOR CHILDRIN UNDER 8 YIARS OF AOE AS WlTl.l ALL ELICTRIC PRODUCIS
PRECAUT|Ol\lS SHOULD BE OBSIRVED DURIl'lc llANDLINO AND U$E TO PRIVEIIT ELICTRIC SHOCI(
The Fut'ure
of Racing,
PARENTS PLEASE N()TE : lT lS REC0MMENDED THAT
THIS T()Y BE PERI()DICALLY EXAMINED F()R ANY
POTENTIAL HAZARDS AND SHOULD N()T BE USED
OWNER'S MANUAL
UNTIL APPROPRIATE REPAIRS ARE MADE.
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Eraser
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Dry Cloth
Always clean the track before you start racing. Use an
eraser to clean the l?ack Rails, then wipe away residue
'tems Tape o Coin
Cellophane
NOTE: THE 2.WAY RACING PLUG ALLOWS YOU TO CHANGE
DIRECTION OF TRAVELI FLIP THE PLUG OVER TO
REVERSE FACING DIFECTION.
. On sets using Lapometers, inserl the plug with the arrow
pointing in the same direction as the arrows on the
with a clean dry cloth.
Blow out any deposits that may have fallen in the track
grooves.
Lapometer.
REMEMBER: Always disconnect Power Pack when not in. use
Never pull on wires. Always remove connections
by pulling the Plug.
You may also use the special track pad provided or a
coin to clean the Track Rails. Simply lay a coin flat on
the Rails and polish until shiny.
NEVER use steel wool to clean the Track.
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3.
o Assemble the straight or curved track on a flat, clean
4.
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6012, 0.12A
you may need which are not included jn this sel
. Toothpick . Small Screwdriver
Here are a few maintenance
cAUTroN: uNpLuc powER pAcK BEFoRE
CLEANING TRACK
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P0wER PAcK RATTNG,
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Slide the Accelerators Plugs into the Terminal Track.
. Slide the Power Pack 2-Way Racing Plug into the
Terminal Track as shown.
. Plug the Power Pack into an electrical wall outlet
(1
Choose a layout from the Layout Sheet.
10-120 Volts, AC).
Accelerators
--Accelerator
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Plugs
2-Way Racing Plug
surface. Do not assemble Track on carpeting.
Push the pieces of Track together until they lock in place.
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Asseml:le pieces of Track to form the layout of your choice.
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Pull the pieces apart to drsassemble
Terminal Tiack
Power Pack
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8.
Attach a Guardrail to each curve section by placing the
Guardrail Tabs under the Track, then snapping up into
place.
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Place cars on Track. Make sure Guride Pin fits into
Slot on Track.
NOTE: Operate only one car per lane.
Guide Pin
Slot
9.
Bottom of Track
A
O. .
Snap the Trestles together as shown.
o Attach the Trestles
to Track as needed.
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Squeeze the Trigger on the Accelerator to make the car
accelerate. The more you squeeze the Trigger, the faster
the car runs!
. To reduce speed, simply decrease pressure on the Trigger
. Releasing the Trigger stops the car.
Trestle
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Accelerator
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Trigger
The Fufure of Rocing,
Clean i ng/General Mai ntenance
TRACK
Use an Eraser to clean all Track Rails. Wipe away residue with a
clean dry cloth. You can also lay the special Track Pad
provided or a coin flat on the Rails and rub until Rails are shiny.
Blow into the grooves to remove any small particles. Periodically wipe tracks with a clean cloth to rernove excess dust.
A.
CLEAN TIRES & TRACK
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Track
Rails
Coin
TIRES
Place a strip of cellophane tape
on a table as shown. Roll rear
tires across the tape a few times
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E.
CLEAN OR REPLACE
PICK UP SHOES
Regularly clean Pick-Up Shoes
by carefully rubbing them with a
clean pencil eraser or special
Track pad provided.
Do not apply too much pressure
or you may bend the Pick-Up
Shoes. Do not use steel wool to
clean shoes,
lf Pick-Up Shoes are slightly or
unevenly worn, switch them
around.
B.
AqJUST WHEELS
lf the wheels bind against the
car's chassis, use a screwdriver to
carefully pry the wheels out.
NOTE: Make sure wheels do not
extend past or rub body.
Screwdriver
After excessive wear, you should
replace Pick-Up Shoes. See
section "Performing a Tune-Up"
on how to replace worn-out
Pick-Up Shoes.
F.
c.
Pick-Up Shoes
REALIGN CHASSIS
Occasionally, the car's
snap-on body may
shift, causing the tire
to rub against the
body. Hold the car
upside-down and
POOR TRACK CONNECTION
Check to make sure all Track sections are properly connected.
center the chassis until
it snaps back into
position.
TROUBLESH
CHAF
Refer to the Troubleshooting Chart below for your particular probl,
PROBLEM
A.
B.
Dirty
Wheels
Rub
Chas$is
Track
& Tires
C.
Poor
Track
Connec.
tion
D.
CLEAN LINT FROM AXLES
Use a toothpick to remove excess
lint, dirt, and dust from around
the axles.
Cars Won't
Run
Toothpick
Cars
Hesitate
CaIs Squeald
Run Noisy
Cars Run
Slowly/
Overheat
Performing aTune-Up
To keep your car running in top performance, here's the
mechanics guide to AFX tune-ups. A pair of spare shoes and
springs are included. Ask your Toy or Hobby Dealer for the,
AFX Tune-Up Kit (No. 8634) which includes all the parts you
need for a complete tune-up.
4.
NOTE: Before yoii begin, place a piece of white paper under your
work area to make pieces easier to ftnd.
REPLACING REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY
Kit, the Rear Axle'comes
assembled with Gear Spacer and Crown Gear
already in place. Simply snap Rear Wheel
Assembly in as shown, then slide Tires onto
A. ln the AFX Tune-Up
Wheels.
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NOTE: You may need to adjust the Wheels: see
REMovTNG BoDY
A. Hold Rear Wheels. Pull out on one side of Body
until it clears the Chassis Tab, then'remove Body.
"Troubleshooting" Section
B.
Rear Axle
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Wheel
Wheel
Crown Gear
Rear Wheels
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9.
2.
REPLA'NG PrcK-uP sHoES
A. Carefully pull Pick-Up Shoe
Bottom of Chassis
forward.
B. Lift up Shoe and rernoVe:
C. Replace with new Shoes.
REPLACING PINION GEAR
NOTE: Rear Axle must first be
Pinion Gear
removed before replacing
Pinion Gear. See section
above "REPLACING
REAR AXLE ASSEMBLY''
for instructions.
A. lnsert small screwdriver
blade
as shown and push Pinion
Gear rearward to remove.
B. Slide new Pinion Gear onto
Motor. Push into place.
Pick-Up Shoe
tr
J.
Screwdriver
REPLACING SHOE SPRINGS
A. After removing Pick-Up Shoes
(see "REPLACING PICK-UP
SHOES" above), replace
Springs as shown.
Shoe Spring
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6.
REPLACING GUIDE PIN
A. Simply push Guide Pin out of Slot and replace
with a new Guide Pin (available in AUFIORA
Tune,Up Kir No 8634).
B. Guide Pin slides and snaps into place.
)OTING
Spring Fits in Hole
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Guide Pin
7.
REPLACING BODY
A. Slide one end of Chassis Tab into Body, lhen
snap other side into place.
Bottom of Chassis
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AFX' Super G-Plus* Chassis
Exploded ViewParts ldentification
Fis
Fig. C
NOTE: Magnets have a white marking
on one side. White marking is to be facing
up away from the bottom
of the chassis.
Fig. A
Body Retainer
F-1 INDY Bodies
(Do not require this
bracket to be used!)
Motor Brace
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Pinion Gear
Shoe Spring
REMOVING/REPLACING MOTOR
First remove the magnet retainer trom the rear of the chassis.
A.
Then remove rear axle assembly and shield. See exposed view
oillessgushing
Magnet
ffi-Motor
Busses
Motor Brace.Mount
Magnet Retainer
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Crown Gear
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Gear spacer
for detail and position of parts.
B.
Using a small screwdriver, place the head between the magnet
and chassis as shown on Figure B. Note that the placement
of the screwdriver should be close to the motor brace mount.
Once placed move the screwdriver inward toward the magnet
and move up. The motor should now be raised a little. At this
point push up from underneath the chassis. You should now
be able to remove the motor. To reassemble just reverse process.
be careful
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C. When detaching the motor from the brush housing,
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Chassis
Rear Axle
Rear Wheel
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Rear Tire
Ground EfJect Magnet (2\
Guide Pin
Front Wheel
Front Tire
Pick-up Shoes
Front Axle
as to not damage the brush (see Figure C.)
NOTE: Magnets have a white nnarking on one side. White marking
is to be facing up away lrom the bottom of the chassis.
RECTIFICATION TIMING AIIJUSTMENT OF MOTOR (Fig. D)
Your Super G-Plus Car comes with a
timing adjustment function that allows
you to adjust the car for different racing tracks. Adjust to the left to increase
the RPM's of the motor. This function
is used for long racing tracks with lew
curves. Adlust to the right to increase
the torque of the motor. This function
is used for racing tracks with a lot of
curves and few straights.
NOTE TO PARENTS: Periodically examine this
racing set, power pack. cars and track for polential
hazards. Look for loose connections or frayed
wiring. Any hazardous parts should tte immediately repaired or replaced before use.
FOR SERVICE, ADDITIONAL
PARTS AND A COMPLETE
CATALOG OF HIGH
PERFORMANCE PARTS,
CALL TOLL FREE-
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IMPORNT
RE USE
DUE TO THE ATMOSPHERE A THIN FILM MAY BUILD UP ON THE TRACK SURNACE.
THEREFORE, FOR OPTIMTIM PERFORMANCE IT IS IYECESSARY TO CLEAN THE
TRACK BEFORE USE - SEE INSTRUCTIONS.
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