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hi lads, need a bit of help ! am trying to remove the power bogies from a helgan class 58. i is held in place a pin (on which the bogie is suspended from) which is then incerted into holes either side of the chassis. tried pushing the pin out but it wont budge:mad:. dont want to force ot in case i do damage. any tips?

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hi lads, need a bit of help ! am trying to remove the power bogies from a helgan class 58. i is held in place a pin (on which the bogie is suspended from) which is then incerted into holes either side of the chassis. tried pushing the pin out but it wont budge:mad:. dont want to force ot in case i do damage. any tips?

 

Drop it up Son!

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hi lads, need a bit of help ! am trying to remove the power bogies from a helgan class 58. i is held in place a pin (on which the bogie is suspended from) which is then incerted into holes either side of the chassis. tried pushing the pin out but it wont budge:mad:. dont want to force ot in case i do damage. any tips?

 

Seamus, I have four of these at home but have never had to take a bogie out before. If you don't drop it in to the other Seamus let me know and I'll have a look at mine to see if I can work it out!

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checking.....yes. shafts at both ends are correctly in place. when the model is on the track with the power on... nothing! if however i i turn the motor by hand the motor will only move for a second then stops.i turn it again and she picks up for a second-always at the same spot. have cleaned the wheels but no different:((

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checking.....yes. shafts at both ends are correctly in place. when the model is on the track with the power on... nothing! if however i i turn the motor by hand the motor will only move for a second then stops.i turn it again and she picks up for a second-always at the same spot. have cleaned the wheels but no different:((

 

Ok, is the shaft at the other end clicked in correctly? And is the plastic cap which goes on top of the gear tower holding the shaft in place clipped in?

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checking.....yes. shafts at both ends are correctly in place. when the model is on the track with the power on... nothing! if however i i turn the motor by hand the motor will only move for a second then stops.i turn it again and she picks up for a second-always at the same spot. have cleaned the wheels but no different:((

Have you cleaned the 'tyres' and the tracks where the pick-ups run..?

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