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Hi Donone and welcome to the MRF.

I'll vouch for Richard's advice.

He gave me the same advice when I was facing the same dilema and I bought a universal laptop power supply which has variable output voltage of between 12v and 24v. I found the 15v setting to be ideal for N Gauge.

Richard also advised that the replacement ESU power supply is still a little high for N Gauge.


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