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Hi Keath

I have nothing new to add but give you a bit of moral support. I Know the feeling of stripping down a loco and putting it back together only to have the same problem occur again and again.

One little thing to just thought of it, I assume all wheels are driven, if so put a little dot on the wheels when it stops in dcc in bottom dead centre and see if it stops at this point each time. A long shot I know when this problem occurs with 2 loco's but it may just give you something to work from.

Stick with DCC and I really hope this works out for you ASAP.

Best of Luck Keath.

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