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Hi there, I'm sure some of you very knowledgable peeps out there can help me. I have to have a section of track that folds away when not in use and I'm certain I've seen somewhere how to do it but for the life of me cannot find it again. Any hints,tips,help,websites etc out there that will help would be very much appreciated
cheers scouse
 

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QUOTE (John Webb @ 6 Apr 2007, 20:07) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Scouse,
Welcome to MRF. Take a look at moving bridges which may be what you want.

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John Webb
cheers john much appreciated will probably follow plug and socket type but flexible as main board folds up to wall. once again thanks
Dave
 

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>plug and socket
Safety tip: Be sure that the live side of the circuit is in the socket. Dangling live plugs might touch something and cause a short.

David
 

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QUOTE (dwb @ 7 Apr 2007, 10:56) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>>plug and socket
Safety tip: Be sure that the live side of the circuit is in the socket. Dangling live plugs might touch something and cause a short.

David
cheers always have safety in mind but hopefully will not be removed too often now I've got room to myself. Hooray
 

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>now I've got room to myself. Hooray
Congratulations.

David
 
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