"Power issues" as in "there isn't any electricity reaching the motor in my locomotive, so it stalled"?
First of all, do you have a "known good" loco? Could it be that your loco has a loose connection or dirty wheels / wipers?
Where is the rerailer with respect to your power feed? If the problem isn't in your loco, then you may either be creating shorts at your terminal strip, or connecting feeders in opposing polarity (iow, not all the ones connected to the same rail have the same polarity). This would be the most common cause of multiple feeders not improving power flow.
Try this: find a pair of test leads with alligator clips. Remove all your feeders but one pair and run your loco, starting right at the feeders. If it stalls, use the test leads to jumper power from the track segment that the train just left to the segment on which it stalled. If it starts up again, you have a connectivity issue. If not, check the track gauge at that spot and the cleanliness of both the track and the locomotive wheels and pickups.
Once you can run the loco successfully like this, having eliminated all the problems you found, then add a second set of feeders. Retest. If it doesn't run right, check your terminal strip for shorts or bad connections and check the polarity and correct until everything works right again. Add another set of feeders and repeat. Keep going like this until you have all the feeders you want or need.
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