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How do you buy a replacement battery for those big backyard ride-on toys?

Tom, dad of Connor(4), Ian(3) and Theresa(2).
Allentown, PA
It's best not to look in stores but instead to call the toy company's customer service #800 number. They sell these separately and keep in mind, it is always best to keep these recharged when not in use but they don't last forever.
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