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 Posted: Sat Aug 14th, 2010 03:54 pm
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As the title suggests, I'm looking for a copy of the instructions for a Hornby/Hammant & Morgan HM4000 controller to include with the one I'm about to put up for sale. I'll also be selling the 2x add-on controllers which may even be similar instructions. Does anyone have a copy which could maybe be scanned?

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 Posted: Sat Aug 14th, 2010 04:04 pm
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Erm, forget that, I've found them!
If anyone requires a copy just let me know as I have now scanned them in case they are ever useful to anyone. :roll:

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Hello

I am a new member to the group and have recently acquired an HM4000 but without the instructions.  Do you still have a version you can email to me? .  I would be very grateful if you could.

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Hi Jim,
Not usually a good idea to post your email address in a post, as you open your inbox to all sorts of robots and trolls looking to send junk and worse. Safer to use the PM (private message) function, by hitting the box at the bottom of a member's post.

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Thanks for the advice.



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Jim - Use the edit function right now and remove your e-mail address - as Bill said, it's not a good idea because this is not a closed forum.
Welcome, by the way!
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gastwo wrote: Jim - Use the edit function right now and remove your e-mail address - as Bill said, it's not a good idea because this is not a closed forum.
Welcome, by the way!
Shaun.

I have edited it out but it is in his profile anyway.



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