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jack schaefer

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  1. I am trying to wire an LGB 3 way switch...I cannot get it to switch in tandem. The left works fine ,the right won't fire to the right . Any help would be welcomed.
  2. New house = new layout. This old back wants to come off the ground. Building a large box ( 10 X 30) and backfill is not an option. Thinking about a table about 3 feet high with cross beams spaced apart but below the top of the table by 4 in inches and and then screened off and back filled. Any one have experience with anything loke this
  3. I have a tiu and remote...the grandsons layout would not be in the same location i think a shady location might over come the sunlight issue
  4. I want to start my grandson on his first garden set.....i think the remote commander is the way to go....However i don't know if its compatible with a 2 rail system.....any help is appreciated
  5. I want to start my grandson on his first garden set.....i think the remote commander is the way to go....However i don't know if its compatible with a 2 rail system.....any help is appreciated
  6. I have an MTH GG1 and USA Trains streamlined passenger cars. The GG1 coupler has a long shank and is higher than the passenger coupler which also has a long shank..I have been to the Kadee web site and all the shanks seem too short. any ideas would be welcome
  7. Got my new bridgewerks 15 amp today.....i assume the "to track" out puts get connected to the TIU.....what can the aux dc outputs be used for?
  8. thanks.....15 amp passive mode it is..
  9. I am looking at the bridgeworks 10 or 15 amp power supply. I read the tiu is rated at 10 amps. if that is the case would the 15 amp fry the TIU? I run 300 ft single track with meh gg1, v1000, f3 and two lighted passenger cars > any suggestion would be appreiated

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