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 Posted: Sun Jul 5th, 2020 11:23 am
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Hi All.  Way back when, I removed the the blanking plate from my Class 416 2 Car EMU Set.. And there it has stood ever since, it works okay but I am uncertain about replacing the bodyshell, can. anyone please help me?Best wishes Kevin Christie 



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As it works OK I assume you've either replaced the blanking plate, or instead installed a DCC decoder. Replacing the body is quite easy - it just clicks back into place. Just make sure it's all nicely lined up and press down on the two bogies to get even pressure. 



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Hi Robert.    Thank you for your reply.  The unit has been knocking around for some time now otherwise it may already fitted with a DCC decoder. it was the two bits oh wire that I was concerned about (Conduit on the full size train ).  Best wishes Kevin 



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Good luck Kevin!  I am so weary of breaking them when trying to put them back together as well!



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Hi Chris.  Thank you for your reply.  I will have to hope that I get away with it. Best wishes Kevin 



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