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Andreas Jodner
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Am thinking of purchasing one of these and was wondering if anyone can run me through the procedure to hard-wire a decoder to it. I am quite prepared to disconnect any Smoke unit if it's fitted if I want to use a two function decoder although if I have a four function decoder available any instruction on that would also be appreciated.



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