The title of the post is what I googled when the entire track to our new train set was disassembled due to a spilled milk incident, and I couldn’t find the instructions in the house. AND THEY WERE ALSO NOWHERE TO BE FOUND ON THE INTERNET. I remembered thinking “the manufacturer will have these online – probably with an instructional video” when I carelessly put them in a “safekeeping” place. But the night was so long, and putting the thing together was so exhausting, I didn’t have a CLUE where they were when I needed to re-assemble the train set that took me an hour to figure out on Christmas Eve. (note: it took me an hour to figure out how the tracks were supposed to be assembled, it took my sweet husband about 2 hours to put together the parts & table.)
SO- lucky you. I found the instructions, and I have taken a photo. So, if I ever lose them again, I can find this post. And hopefully, other desperate moms/dads/caretakers will find this too and be able to use them. Update: I actually took out the entire middle part of the track and it’s just one large loop. He plays the trains more and take it apart less now. Click here for the picture/post of my “redesign”
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