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A 9v battery with Power Functions? . How I used a 9 Volt battery to run my Power Functions in my Shay . How I used a 9 Volt battery to run my Power Functions in my Shay Caution! What ever age you are, if you do not know how to use a small soldering iron, or you are not comfortable using one DO NOT DO THIS! If you don't know how to use VOM (Volt-Ohm-Meter) to carefully check your work DO NOT DO THIS! In my Shay the Power Functions M-Motor is in the "T" or "Boot" of the boiler. And the Power Functions IR Receiver is in the cab. I needed to fit a 9V power source into the little rear tender at the back of the Shay. There was no way to fit in a Power Functions Battery Box or even to fit a Power Functions Rechargeable Battery Box it was still to big. I found this very nice web page Power Functions™ presentation by Philippe E. Hurbain written in collaboration with Didier Enjary the section Power Functions working with these drawings: Which led to this: (More information below these photos) I cut a

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