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  1. foreverautistic
    09-16-2019 07:18 AM
    i dont see the file u was talking about but if it is a PFD i think its called i cant open it because bi dont have a computer i using the internet on my smart tv and it sucks very very slow loading and limted on what i can do is there way u can snap shot the page and then send to me my email is [email protected] because u right i do need read that oh and yes ill go peco ho code 100 medium and elecfrog to be on safe side of it all thank you for helping me out
  2. tr1
    03-19-2019 04:19 PM
    Trouble hooking up MRC dual XFMR.I replaced my two MRC XFMR's with a MRC780 ampac dual transformer common rail Atlas electrical controls. The system worked many times before. green slide switches. common rail. I do not know how to hookup the new dual action ampac780
    the ampac780 works with one set of outputs.
    Thank you,
    does not work with two outputs. only one.
  3. tr1
    02-13-2019 09:19 PM
    Thanks for responding to my question about a dual transformer It's a MRC IT has two control dials and 2 separate output terminals.
    I'll have some more questions a little bit later. Thanks once again.
  4. DonR
    08-23-2016 11:31 AM
    Wow. You have a very professional how to
    build turnouts manual. Very clear and easy to follow.
    The pictures clarify it nicely.

    As one who did a lot of radio commercial writing in my
    first career it is such a pleasure to see properly formed
    sentences and the correct usage of words and
    punctuation. I am amused at the writing that some of the guys
    post on the Forum.

    One suggestion I might make would be to include a note
    when you begin the process of soldering rails to the ties
    that you realize it will look like a short circuit is being
    created and that will be taken car of later.
    I was concerned as I read along about soldering the rails
    to the ties while at the
    same time I knew you would not do that. Is there a reason
    to wait until final assembly to cut the tie strips? It would seem
    easier to do before laying them on the base.

    Could the point rails be used to power the frog as some
    commercial turnouts do?

    I would think several of our members would want to give
    this a try. It looks like an enjoyable way to pass time.
    In earlier years I would attempt it but my hand are so
    shaky now I doubt I could get it done right.


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