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QUOTE (dwb @ 7 Jun 2008, 12:15) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>It is almost certainly legal liability, both from a personal injury point of view and compliance with regulations relating to electronic items offered for sale.

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That's one aspect, but also simply that being able to buy kits is a privilege of membership in much the same way that many scale societies sell kits and components to members.

The kitmaster and helpers put a lot of time/effort into packing and posting the kits on a purely voluntary basis.

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QUOTE (John Broadley @ 18 Jan 2010, 13:08) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>The only drawback - and it is very disappointing because it forces you into the hands of commercial British railway sound pedlars - is they don't provide a free library of British loco sounds and it needs a great deal of skill to construct sound profiles at home.
There is a second drawback with all these sort of devices in that you are restricted to that manufacturers sound decoders. There is, as yet, no standard way to upload sounds across different brands of decoder.

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