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 Posted: Mon Mar 8th, 2021 11:36 am
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Hi Matt.   Thank you for your help, Hornby was completely different when I emailed them. I will investigate the Service sheet.   Best wishes Kevin



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Hi Matt.   Another reply, a bit late in the day, after seeing the new terrier on the hattons video I think that it was a case of mistaken identity? My terrier must have been left on the shelf somewhere, as it is definitely an older model with regular couplers, as the new model is fitted with NEM pockets and seems to have more details. Best wishes Kevin 



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And was the one you saw in the Hattons video the SAME R number as yours Kevin ?
If not you are talking about a different beastie 

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Hi Matt.  Thank you for your reply. There was no mention of R number, but as I wrote, the couplers and detailing are completely different. Best wishes Kevin 



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So it could have been the newer Hornby offering then Kevin, not sure where the mistaken identity comes in ?
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Hi Matt .The identity issue was the person who put the wrong ? Leaflet in the box. But I may save the DC Locos for a different Inglenook. Best wishes Kevin



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Hang on Kevin, I thought you had given us the R number R3467. FROM the BOX ?  In which case the information from Hornby would be correct, and the loco DCC ready ?  Or are you now saying that the R3467 number came from the leaflet accompanying the loco ??
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Kevin please take a couple of Pictures of your Loco, one side view and then turn it upside down and take one of the bottom and post them up here. Dont worry about picture orientation, I just want to see what we are ACTUALLY dealing with here  :thumbs
PS also take a picture of the box end with details on

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Hi Matt.    I have just realised that Hornby keep the same number per model, and this terrier isn’t the latest offering with that number. And the couplers aren’t the best This is my best effort. Best wishes Kevin 



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Struggling with the pictures Kevin. I'm afraid I think the only answer is follow the instructions in the leaflet you have, and see if you can remove the body. That will settle it once and for all. If you really think you can't, post it up to me with the chip and I'll do it for you
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Hi Matt. Thank you for your reply. I am sorry that the photos were not the best,  that idea seems good to me, but, I am thinking of putting the “ Made in China “ , terrier project , ( do you know where the latest terriers were built? ) on the back burner while I try to work on the scenery , then see how things progress.    Best wishes Kevin



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No problems Bud. Just drop me a PM if you want me to take a look at it, I'm sure you could get someone to post it up for you. If it needs hard wiring thats not a problem.
For now Go get on with that scenery  :thumbs

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Hi Matt.  Thank you for your reply. I have the background in mind, and as soon as I can get my hands on a piece off a sheet of hardboard I will be away. Thank you for locating the “ how to “ by Nigel, I have followed that before. Best wishes Kevin



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Hi Matt.   Thank you for your assistance with my Powercab problem? You probably have already seen this message?I would seem that my right hand isn’t always cooperating, but, especially my index finger when either one finger typing or worse, soldering, when my hand don’t want to work. Best wishes Kevin 



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