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  • Hello Mark, > Any of you know of a place where I might find a > German/Swiss/European Passenger calendar for 2016, either wall or desktop? maybe you like this one: http://www.trainini.de/download/Trainini_Fotokalender_2016.pdf GreetingZ Uwe
    Uwe Liermann Dec 19, 2015
  • Hello Phil, > I was surfing and found someone in japan, I think, that was > building scratch locomotives. Know I can't seam to find his site. Can any one help me? do you mean this site: http://homepage3.nifty.com/yuzi/index.html HerZlichst Uwe
    Uwe Liermann Dec 11, 2015
  • Moin Moin Anthony, > I don't follow. The screws are to hold the tracks in place or sit > under them for a more solid foundation? If you mean to hold them in > place I guess I would screw them through one of the ties. the idea is to solder the single rails on to a screwhead. An example you can find here: http://tinyurl.com/pkdu8qf GreetingZ Uwe
    Uwe Liermann Oct 6, 2015
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  • Hello, red and brown is the track supply and gray and yellow is for turn outs and other accessories. You need a separate like the 7272 or similar ones. For some manuals you can search here: http://www.z-world.com/instructions/ for example this: http://www.z-world.com/instructions/misc/7272.pdf
    Uwe Liermann Oct 5, 2015
  • Hello Don, > Don't worry, it won't happen again. no, do it again when you find something like that picture. I loved it. What Jeff meant, at least what I believe he meant, is that one shouldn't post a message with just only a link in it. Add a few word like: I found a great picture. or something similar. If you just post the link the message might end up in a spam filter or be...
    Uwe Liermann May 22, 2015
  • Hello Terence, > Sorry about the spelling, don't worry it's just that I see that often from English speaking writers... ;-) BTW: where are you from? > the controller sorry I forgot to mention the max voltage. If you use a controller that outputs more then 10V make sure not to open it to far. Maybe install a stop for the dial. > i hope i am no trouble to you. No problem, it's no...
    Uwe Liermann Jan 6, 2015
  • Hello Terence, > Ewe, it's Uwe not Ewe.... ..and yes I know it is hard to pronounce away from Germany... ;-) > As i said i am new and dont want to cause any damage, I > have a controll unit which runs on 16 volt input, with a switch to > each point, it also has a light at the top and bottom of the switch > on the panel to show the direction?? will this be a short inpulse of > power...
    Uwe Liermann Jan 6, 2015
  • > wiring of Marklin points?? is the yellow wire the common one and > the two blues go to the points switch?? yes that exactly as it is. You just have to test which of the blue ones set which direction in the points. Why Maerklin didn't use three colors is beyond me... Another detail, just to not forget it even if I'm sure you already know: Never give a permanent current on the...
    Uwe Liermann Jan 6, 2015
  • Hello Mark, > I'll try "Schaffnerpfiff" ...that's the tone that the conductor blows on his whistle. The whistle is a "Schaffnerpfeife": http://www.bahnshop.de/sammeln-und-leidenschaften/sammler/86/schaffnerpfeife#.VE68pcnqO-M GreetingZ Uwe
    Uwe Liermann Oct 27, 2014
  • Hello Ralph, > I have looked on their web site (it is in German) I cannot see > the magnets that you glue to the underside of Marklin couplings. You don't need special magnets to glue under the coupler. Those parts can be made from a paperclip, as long as that is made from magnetic material. In his shop Manfred J├Ârger has an item "Biegevorrichtung". Unfortunately without a picture...
    Uwe Liermann Feb 25, 2014