Fire Engine Therapeutic Learning Action Toy
Fire Engine Therapeutic Learning Action Toy

Fire Engine Therapeutic Learning Action Toy

Brand/Manufacturer: ENABLING DEVICES

Fire Engine Therapeutic Learning Action Toy has a great remote control for beginner. Zoom around when you use its two-button remote control. Press the large yellow button and the Fire Engine goes straight, press the large red button and it turns. It’s soft, safe and loads of fun.

Item #DescPkgPrice 
1546 Fire Engine Each $150.65 $105.99


  • Size: 6½"L x 4"W x 4"H
  • Vehicle requires 3 AA Batteries
  • Remote requires 2 AA Batteries

More Information

  • Operation:
    To install the batteries for the remote controller, turn the big button controller over, remove the small Phillips Head screw from the battery cover then lift cover off. Install 2 AA batteries making note to follow proper (+) & (-) battery placement. Replace cover and screw. Use alkaline batteries only (e.g. Duracell or Energizer brand). Do not use rechargeable batteries or any other type of batteries because they supply lower voltage and the unit will not perform properly. Never mix old and new batteries together or different brands or types together
    - To install the batteries in the Fire Engine, using a Philips Head screwdriver unscrew the screw on the bottom of the Fire Engine, then lift the cover off. Install three AA batteries following proper (+) & (-) battery placement. As earlier mentioned follow battery recommendation. Replace the cover and screw. Turn the Fire Engine’s ON/OFF switch located on the bottom of the Fire Engine to ON
    - This remote controller allows the user to move the Fire Engine forward, and turn in a clockwise direction. Slight pressure on either big button switch will drive the Fire Engine in that direction. Once you release pressure on the switch the Fire Engine will stop
    - When you are finished using the Fire Engine turn the ON/OFF switch on the Fire Engine to OFF, this will help conserve battery power. The remote controller does not have an ON/OFF switch, when not in use make sure nothing is pressing the control switches, as this will drain the batteries in the controller regardless if the Fire Engine is turned ON
    - If the Fire Engine is not going to be used for a long time, e.g. one month or longer, we recommend removing the batteries from the Fire Engine and controller during storage to prevent battery drain or leakage, which can cause damage to the Fire Engine and controller
  • Troubleshooting:
    The Fire Engine is not running
    Action: Make sure batteries in the Fire Engine and the controller are fresh and installed following proper (+) & (-) battery placement
    Problem: The Fire Engine is running intermittently
    - Action: Replace batteries in the remote control and Fire Engine. Weak batteries will severely limit the normal transmitting range of your remote control
    Problem: Vehicle does not react, or reacts poorly to operation by transmitter
    Cause: High-frequency interference occurred near to high-voltage lines, transformers and some types of building
    Action: Avoid these if possible, or choose another place to operate the vehicle
    Problem: Loss of control
    Cause: Another radio control vehicle using the same frequency is operated near your vehicle. Please Note: do not use two Fire Engines near each other. Out of sight or the control range of distance. (15 to 20 feet.)
    Action: Move to another place where radio frequency interference from another device or vehicle is not present
  • Care of Unit:
    - The Fire Engine can be wiped clean with any household multi-purposecleaner and disinfectant
    - Do not submerge the unit in any fluids, as it will damage the contentsand the electrical components 

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