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Try me Button Answered

I got a few of those Try Me buttons off some Halloween things I bought, are they a complete waste or is there something you can do with them?

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coreys69

11 days ago

Well one thing you can do. Is leave it plugged in. Then cut the button off. Then if you cut the plug end off a pressure pad. You can splice them together. I do this for many Halloween props. Most motion or sound sensors don't work well. And most don't have a 3.5mm jack to plug the pad into. It works great to run the prop. And not hard to do.

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barbara.raggett.5

4 years ago

I bought a set of led Halloween skeleton light and there are no instructions how to disconnect the try me button when you add the batteries

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chooseausernameGoodhart

Reply 11 years ago

(Sometimes, I really feel like an extraterrestrial ...) Is this button part of the carton packaging/wrapping ? or is this a part of the toy ?

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Goodhartchooseausername

Reply 11 years ago

On the link I supplied, it appears to be on the package. Some of these "toys" come with a "try me" sticker over the activation button on the product.

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thatjawnchooseausername

Reply 11 years ago

You know how you can buy motion activated things, but they have a demo "try me" button that you press to see what it does when it motion activated?

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chooseausernamethatjawn

Reply 11 years ago

Never saw anything like that in my country ... :-/ Would you show me an example on Google Image (or an actual picture of it if you have some), please ? :-)

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LasVegas

11 years ago

They are normally off (NO) momentary contact switches. They would work fine in any application where a low voltage push button switch is needed.