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Can anyone help please. I run a layout of basically two circuits with insulating fish plates on the points between them so that I can run all DCC or DCC (one circuit) and Live Steam (other circuit). At present I can unplug the Live Steam part and plug in DCC in its place. Is there a switch I can use on the DCC/Live Steam circuit to save always plugging and unplugging the live input. I have a Gaugemaster DPDT C-off which in theory would do the job but would it take the Live Steam power. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks Bernard.
 

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Thanks for the advice. Weighing up the options/problems, I think I'll stick with the plug and socket idea. As to cleaning up after a good steam evening, it's worth every minute of it just to get the smells, etc. of a real steam engine.
 
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