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Not sure if this is related to your problem or not, but I have a Brit that sometimes shorts. This is due to the fixed trailing wheels, when going over short points. It creates the short when the wheel bridges the gap between the rails.
 

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QUOTE (Ravenser @ 22 Jan 2007, 21:37) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Or make sure the frog is electrically separate from the switch blades when laying the points.

Not much help if you've already laid the points before deciding to go DCC , I admit

Too late!

The new models come with a traditional trailing bogie now, rather than the fixed one I've got. That should solve the problem.
 
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