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Picked up the new Maunsell brake composite on Saturday (R4320A) and while admiring my new addition noticed an error which is clearly shown on page 70 of the October issue of HM. The hand rail is printed too far up on the corridor glazing. This has been picked up on the RMWeb and Hornby are providing correct glazing if you contact them.

I must also point out an error in the review on page 70 (sorry Mike). The brake composite is a new body tooling and not just different body markings. In comparison with R4305, the brake compartment is shorter and the first compartments larger.

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Oh - looks like I'll have to check mine then.

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This is old news I'm afraid,-Hornby are rectifying these coaches at the moment,-send your Maunsell BCK back to Hornby using their freepost address and they'll replace the glazing for you..
 

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QUOTE (DS239 @ 16 Sep 2008, 21:31) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>This is old news I'm afraid,-Hornby are rectifying these coaches at the moment,-send your Maunsell BCK back to Hornby using their freepost address and they'll replace the glazing for you..

And their freepost address would be....?

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That address would be:

Repairs Department
Hornby Hobbies
Freepost ME100
Margate
Kent
CT9 4BR

Make sure you enclose your return address.

Mine will be sent off tomorrow

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QUOTE (pedromorgan @ 18 Sep 2008, 17:27) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>he could probably just give it a good throw. or use some sort of medieavel mangonel!

Peter

Dave could just use his beer lifting arm - that way it will certainly reach it's destination !
 

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QUOTE (john woodall @ 19 Sep 2008, 11:41) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Is the price of petrol so expensive that it is cheaper to get it posted rather than drive 1 mile to pick it up?

John

Not quite, but in Dave's case it's the cost of the car to put it in !
 

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Wish the nearist model shop to me was 1 mile away.

The closest is about 20 minutes by car. My regular supplier is more like 36 hours by taxi, plane, train and bus!

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QUOTE (Brian Considine @ 18 Sep 2008, 17:10) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>(actually, more like nearly 40 miles - it will go to Canterbury to be sorted first).

Nearer 100 miles - that freepost address means it goes via Maidstone!

QUOTE (pedromorgan @ 18 Sep 2008, 17:27) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>he could probably just give it a good throw. or use some sort of medieavel mangonel!

QUOTE (Brian Considine @ 18 Sep 2008, 18:38) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Dave could just use his beer lifting arm - that way it will certainly reach it's destination !

Why do I get the feeling I'm being got at!

QUOTE (john woodall @ 19 Sep 2008, 11:41) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Is the price of petrol so expensive that it is cheaper to get it posted rather than drive 1 mile to pick it up?

No - the repair department works the same hours as me!!

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QUOTE (john woodall @ 19 Sep 2008, 13:35) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Wish the nearist model shop to me was 1 mile away.
The closest is about 20 minutes by car. My regular supplier is more like 36 hours by taxi, plane, train and bus!

Our nearest model shop is about 20 miles away - it's just Hornby Towers that's closer.

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QUOTE (BRITHO @ 17 Sep 2008, 12:02) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>That address would be:

Repairs Department
Hornby Hobbies
Freepost ME100
Margate
Kent
CT9 4BR

Make sure you enclose your return address.

Thanks for the return address.

I'm really impressed with Hornby's turnaround - sent mine last Tuesday, and as freepost usually takes longer had expected it in 2-3 weeks. Hornby returned it by recorded delivery, posted Friday, delivered this morning. Great service.

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I actually had a couple of days off work so trundled up to Hornby Towers wiyh mine yesterday. Having got through the receptionist with the aid of another member of staff, who knew what I was talking about, I was invited to take a seat and five minutes later had said coach returned with replaced glazing.

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