I solder some double sided pcb (I use sleeper) across the frame at the top between the 3rd and 4th drivers with the overhanging sleeper on the dead side. Then on the top side of the overhang solder some pickup wire that you can bend down to touch the top of the drivers. Do the same to the other one. Now solder an insulated wire (red in pic)to the PCB and run it to one of the motor terminals. That's it done now the chassis will move without the tender attached . I liven the dead side of the tender bogies also (which will be the opposite side to the chassis you just did) and connect both pickups together and then run a single wire to the frame of the chassis. Now you have all wheel pick up on both loco and tender
Thursday, December 22, 2011
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Monday, December 12, 2011
A quick update
3 weeks and still no sign of the windows.After much prompting via emails to Grandtline, direct they responded back stating they would send the windows back to me via Airmail.STILL waiting.Ha what a joke ive received DVDs and books from the book depository from the UK in 5 days.waiting waiting waiting. One bright side ive tidied up the garage/layout room again and wired and installed peco point motors on the other module,Newstan end of the main and branch.