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 Posted: Fri Feb 24th, 2017 03:16 pm
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May have a problem fitting DCC.



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Might involve additional track cleaning Mike :hmm





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I've said before, I get very annoyed when manufacturers use their paying customers as guinea pigs ..................



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Pffft. That is beautiful. That made my day!



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Brilliant. :mutley



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Petermac wrote: I've said before, I get very annoyed when manufacturers use their paying customers as guinea pigs ..................


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Put a muddle of those beasties under the baseboards and connect it all to a generator/converter. Easier than putting one at the head of every train.

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Who said there is no fun in this hobby. Good for the hamster too.



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