Model Railroads/electric motor


bob wrote at 2006-09-25 09:48:00
go to radio shack and get a single aa cell battery holder hook it to the motor

jujubeans wrote at 2013-11-26 03:27:41
If your just wanting to make your figure rotate around slowly maybe just using one of those jewelry rotating bases would be a better choice...some are battery operated and some are electric and already come with a base that is set up like a lazy susan so you wont have to figure that out as well. Hope it helps.

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I CAN NOT DIAGNOSE equipment problems or ESTIMATE DOLLAR VALUES of your equipment, by email. I have been active in model railroading for forty years. I can answer, or find answers, to questions on most aspects of model trains, railroad equipment or buildings. I have a good knowledge of prototype railroads. I have been employed by five model railroad equipment manufacturers/suppliers and worked for a prototype railroad. I have served, twice, as the president of a local model railroad club. I have been employed as a Reference Librarian, at a university, for the last fifteen years and am used to tracking down resources for patrons.

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