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QUOTE (Makemineadouble @ 7 Sep 2007, 22:24) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Mike I remember your Hornby Digital user aren't you ?. I drilled a hole in the cab of the loco and put the decoder in the coal space, I stress this was a Lenz mini gold, I simply don't know how they work with your system. All I can say is try another decoder. Given the age of the Terrier it's quite a cute little loco and they do run very nicely. So it most likely it's the decoder combination with this particular loco.

I chipped the terrier with a Hornby R8215 decoder. I also put it in the bunker, but I routed the wires through the holesthat hold the bunker in place so the wires run below the cab and are invisible unless you turn the loco upside down. I haven't had it running for a while, but I can't recall it being unduly noisy.
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