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Does anyone know if it supposed to turn itself off after 15 minutes when NOT running on batteries? Thanks
Not having my MSEP piece in front of me to test. It would still seem to me that this would be normal behavior. I don't think the lighting circuit is complex enough to determine the difference between line voltage and batteries.
Yes it's wired so that after one run it turns itself off and you would need to flick the switch underneath again for another showing despite using mains or batteries . They way I found around this was a little rweiring and attaching to a plug in timer so that it repeats every 20 minutes or so. The WDW castle works the same way. With the DL castle all lights come on but the two little lamps go off after about ten minutes whilst the castle lights stay on.
Anyideas when the next segment of MSEP will appear?
Now I'll turn that little mouse's dream into a nightmare Fantasmic !