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 Posted: Fri Apr 13th, 2018 06:05 pm
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Hi All.      Have any members considered the derailment ( accident scenario ) of another model on their layout or men working on the line. Okay this is a bit “ far out “ but could be surprising to visitors. No explosives, just an electrical sound from a Decoder . Best wishes.  Kevin



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Legomanbiffo (Ian Bishop) often includes the triple detonators as one of the higher-numbered function in his sound projects. I discovered it on my Golden Valley Janus diesel on F18 just yesterday, in addition to some of the other sound projects that I already knew had it.



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Hi Jeff.  Thank you for your info, on Detonaor Sound . I will have to investigate on my class 71. Best wishes. Kevin



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I just tried my 71 with Bif's sound: F18 works the detonators, but note that the loco must be moving to trigger them.



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Hi Jeff.  Thank you. Running a class 71 on a four foot plank I would have very careful, I better clear the tools and clamp my baseboards together and lay some lengths of track. And be just as cautious . Best wishes. Kevin



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It doesn't have to be moving fast, Kevin, just moving. :)



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Fair enough Jeff , it could be foggy on the line?   Best wishes. Kevin



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You'll find three detonators on most of my sound projects, steam or diesel, on ZIMO decoders.

Available from Digitrains as usual.

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Hi Paul. Thank you for your reply. Keep up the good work with the sound jobs. Best wishes. Kevin



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