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|Comment||Thank you for the information. I have tried your suggestions and they do work for a period of time. I am fairly convinced that these older locomotives with this kind of contact were always an issue with dirty build up on their contacts. Cleaning the contacts regularly sounds like the answer. Your answer was a confirmation on what I thought my problem is. Thank You Larry|
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I can answer many questions regarding N scale model railroading in general as well as questions about the NY Central System, especially questions about the N scale models of their passenger and freight cars.
I have been a model railroader since 1949 and have been an N scale modeler since 1971. I have an extensive N scale collection as well as an extensive model and prototype library to consult.
I am a member of about two dozen online forums covering N scale model railroading and the New York Central System. I am a member of the Northern Westchester Model Railroad Club.