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And the winner's are pennwest, and sjm9911
Well you 2 set me straight. I got home and saw your posts, ran down to the basement and low and behold, you both hit the nail on the head. I never thought to try and pull the end off. Yes there is a plug, plugged into a screw socket. It looked so real like 1 piece. I do feel like a fool.
sorry to all, but it still is a cool old working transformer.
Doc Brown
 

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Hi
And the winner's are pennwest, and sjm9911
Well you 2 set me straight. I got home and saw your posts, ran down to the basement and low and behold, you both hit the nail on the head. I never thought to try and pull the end off. Yes there is a plug, plugged into a screw socket. It looked so real like 1 piece. I do feel like a fool.
sorry to all, but it still is a cool old working transformer.
Doc Brown
Why didn't you add all that in here? http://www.modeltrainforum.com/showthread.php?t=58977
 

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Never mind I see you did.
Then why repeat it here? :confused::dunno:
 

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You're No Fool!

Doc,
I just viewed your post with the others. I'm glad someone answered for me. Anyway Doc, you are not a fool. You are just a youngster and did not know. You would be a fool if you had not learned anything.:D
 
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