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 Posted: Mon Aug 15th, 2022 12:51 pm
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Thanks Peter,

I'll be busy tomorrow... new oven, bench top and splashed out on an induction cook top,  so I'll start the real fun part of wiring up the point motors, testing the track for shorts and other faults and filling in the sleeper gaps as and when I'm released from these other duties. I'm not up to much in the drawing department, but I'll try and do a track plan how it's turned out as opposed to how it would have been if I'd had the length.

As for the car: it lives under a carport but there's still room to get it in the garage if there's a serious hail storm.



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Hi Pete,

Induction stove. Hope you took out a 5 year extended warranty. We have one, just replaced with a new one after 4 years light use. Out of action for 6 months during which time all circuit boards were replaced and it still didn't work. Finally declared a lemon.


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Yes, we took out a plus 4 year warranty... fingers crossed.



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The new setup looks very complex! Looking forwards to seeing it all down. 



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Thanks Chris,
I've had a day or two away from it, but will be starting on the wiring soon... real fun. I'm actually looking forward to starting some scenery with this one.



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Ha ha,

The car all ready does live outside under a purpose built car port extension. I only use half the garage width: about 9' so we can get it in when we have proper Aussie hail storms.

I'm still plugging away at wiring and making so many mistakes it ain't funny... getting very frustrated with getting old and forgetful/easily confused. I've done all this before but just keep making mistake after mistake. Ah well.

I will get back to you... eventually. :)



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