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#455 Oil Derrick
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Hello Bob- No, I did not take a resistance measurement of the nichrome wire on the bi-metallic switch. Sorry. I have found that the bi-metal strip on the

strodude
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posting photos
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Thank you, Alan ... Thank you, Alan On Mar 1, 2015, at 11:51 PM, 'Bruce Sherman' brucesherman@sprintmail.com [Lionel_PostwarTrains]

email
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File - monthly letter.txt
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Hi all, Just a reminder sent once a month to remind everyone about my policies on my email list. I want my email list to be used for informational exchange

Lionel_PostwarTrains@yahoogroups.com
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i want it all
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In message , "Toni & Brian tonibrian1@msn.com [Lionel_PostwarTrains]"

Graeme
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Feb 28

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introduction
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Thanks. Now you're really scaring me...;)

zoom_monster
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Feb 26

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Can you jump wires from one accessory to another?
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I also think the gauge of wire is important too. Personally, get a cheap transformer for accessories. Bruce From: mailto:Lionel_PostwarTrains@yahoogroups.com

Bruce Sherman
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Feb 16

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455 replacement cord
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Thanks bcd9!

jkurac55
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Feb 16

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Scout Motor Repair
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Donn: Brian Miller's Scout replacement locomotive suggestions although excellent, are a little over the price point I was discussing and for a 5 year old,

Leon Noe
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Feb 16

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Fwd: [Lionel_PostwarTrains] Scout Motor Repair
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The Scout locos can be serviced, and parts are mostly available for them. The only drawback to servicing the Scout motor assembly is the wheels have to be

trainlarry
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Feb 15

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Repairing E-Units
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Thanks Thomas. I missed it in the video. Not surprising because of some background activity while I re-reviewed it. I will go back and give it a shot. I

Jim Hamill
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Feb 12

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2046W derailing problem
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Additional observation showed that the tender uncoupled only going through left hand switches. I discovered that the left lead wheel was very loose, too loose

jkurac55
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3656 cattle car and corral repair
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The repair turned into major surgery, as these projects often do. The wiring from the pickup rollers to the solenoid was cracked and had to be replaced all the

jkurac55
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Jan 16

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2037 issue
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Hi Larry: As you suggested, the frame was bent. The pinch was so small that I had to use micrometers to find it, but it was there. I widened it (after

Jim Hamill
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Jan 15

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soldering gun
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I bought a weller model from the local hardware store, it's a 100/140 watt combo deal. I've been practicing tonight with some old circuit boards I have lying

Sam Walsh
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Jan 8

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726 & 2055 engines
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Ed,I believe Charles is on the right track with the 736 diagnosis.When you cleaned and lubricated the 2055 did you do any disassembly? If so, it is possible

Penn Hess
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Jan 5
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