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Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

You've made a beautiful job of that Ken, congratulations.

Rog :-) I don't model anything in particular, I just play trains. Living on the South side of Nottingham. Keep taking the tablets. http://www.modelrailwayforum.co.uk/ The phoenix has risen from the ashes

Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

Just log in to your normal eBay and then navigate to the item you are interested in.

Rog :-) I don't model anything in particular, I just play trains. Living on the South side of Nottingham. Keep taking the tablets. http://www.modelrailwayforum.co.uk/ The phoenix has risen from the ashes

Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

Dining or tea rooms are often called mess rooms in many work places, not just in the armed forces.

Rog :-) I don't model anything in particular, I just play trains. Living on the South side of Nottingham. Keep taking the tablets. http://www.modelrailwayforum.co.uk/ The phoenix has risen from the ashes

Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

Quite right Eric. Slap on the wrist accepted.

 

Rog :-) I don't model anything in particular, I just play trains. Living on the South side of Nottingham. Keep taking the tablets. http://www.modelrailwayforum.co.uk/ The phoenix has risen from the ashes

Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

I would disconnect all the wiring to the firebox light and the suppressor to climate them as possible problems.

 

PS  bigger, clearer pictures, if possible, may help us to see any possible problems.

Rog :-) I don't model anything in particular, I just play trains. Living on the South side of Nottingham. Keep taking the tablets. http://www.modelrailwayforum.co.uk/ The phoenix has risen from the ashes

Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

@Ericm0hff

GoWest put - so then a little false and a twist sideways

What do you mean by 'a little false'?

 

False should be force maybe?

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Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

@walkingthedog

Surely if it is new the service sheet is in the box. 

You get a maintenance sheet in the box but no service sheets are supplied.

Rog :-) I don't model anything in particular, I just play trains. Living on the South side of Nottingham. Keep taking the tablets. http://www.modelrailwayforum.co.uk/ The phoenix has risen from the ashes

Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

On DCC it can be done using the Hornby sapphire decoder and I believe a few other makes of decoder can do it to some extent.

On analogue (dc) you need a shuttle module, as Chris said.

Rog :-) I don't model anything in particular, I just play trains. Living on the South side of Nottingham. Keep taking the tablets. http://www.modelrailwayforum.co.uk/ The phoenix has risen from the ashes

Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

Do not run an unconverted loco on address 0 (zero) or even place it on the dcc track.  It is NOT recommended and can very quickly result in the motor overheating and burning out, especially when the loco is stationary.

Rog :-) I don't model anything in particular, I just play trains. Living on the South side of Nottingham. Keep taking the tablets. http://www.modelrailwayforum.co.uk/ The phoenix has risen from the ashes

Rog (RJ)

1866 posts

Another favourite film of mine is Ice Cold in Alex.

 

Rog :-) I don't model anything in particular, I just play trains. Living on the South side of Nottingham. Keep taking the tablets. http://www.modelrailwayforum.co.uk/ The phoenix has risen from the ashes

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