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The Programming Track

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Hi All

Reading I have done on this forum has helped immeasurably in knowledge regarding DCC

Today while putting a 4 function decoder in my DMU , replacing the 2 function I had previously installed
I accidentally allowed solder to flow into a gap between the +ve motor terminal and the body of the motor. The amount was so small , I did not even see it on close inspection.

Luckily I still have the borrowed Lenz system , so I put every thing on the Programming track first and Read the decoder with JMRI decoder Pro and do alterations to CV's before giving a test run.

Short on the Programming track - If I had been using my Roco system it would have been another fried Decoder

Having said that I still wired something back to front and put one Red LED in instead of a White in the Passenger area (New Red Light district DMU) its on a separate function from the Main Overhead light so not really important

The Programming track is definitely a saviour

No fried Chip

Regards Zmil
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QUOTE (zmil @ 31 Oct 2008, 11:20) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>The Programming track is definitely a saviour

It certainly is.
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