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I always found a phone call to be very effective. I haven't used the service recently, but still advise people to contact them this way.

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QUOTE (dbclass50 @ 14 Mar 2007, 07:47) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Casting my memory back a very loooooong time when I was a mere schoolboy I used to take my broken Triang (as it was then) locomotives to the factory, where a very nice man with a white coat (no he did not have a padded van before you say anything BRITHO !) would exchange them for brand new ones !

I wouldn't dream of it...............and how come you remember that far back?

But seriously, many years ago when I dabbled in N gauge Hornby had a repair workshop in Albert Road Ramsgate. They managed to fix my 9F while I was waiting, and gave me a box of derelict bits to play with as well.

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John
 
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