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  1. Failed loco

    I'm afraid that's what I'm gonna do anybody know much about marks models in dublin? I don't think there's any around offaly
  2. Failed loco

    I'm not sure how to go about opening it up it was running when I picked it up of track it hasn't ran since that it's was budging but now it's not doin anything ... https://www.google.ie/search?q=murphy+model+112&client=ms-android-samsung&prmd=imvn&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjivNrb4NXXAhVpLsAKHWiPCMQQ_AUIEigB&biw=360&bih=560#imgrc=XZPOdSAAL--dCM: this is same as mine
  3. Failed loco

    Think might be internal problem don't exactly want to take it part myself very delicate railing on sides like 071 just annoyed because it's literally just out of box .. anyone have an idea what marks models in dublin 2 are like for just having it looked at price wise etc.. .or is thier anywhere in midland my local model shop in tullamore closed down unfortunately
  4. Failed loco

    It's 112 I know above stated 141 but point being anyway it's still not buffing atal now wheels seem free there's bit play there's 3 small switches on bottom they don't seem to make a difference ether
  5. Failed loco

    It was moving tho it's just bog standard layout I just powered a small bit track and since I did that it won't move its feels like there something goin on but no budge ?
  6. Failed loco

    No don't think there's any dcc chip in it .. it ran fine up till I did that 🙈 I just setup a normal dc track just to test it out ..track is clean loco is also good I just after buying it aswell
  7. Failed loco

    I have recently a 141 and last night as I was testing it but by not thinking I accidentally placed it on same powered track as another loco on a dc layout .. Since this my 141 is refusing to move any ideas what I can do to revive it without having to send it off for repair thanks in advance.

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