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I cleaned up the lever frame and cranks, something that could be done one handed though there is improvement.

Looking at the lever frame I realised that what I had was an on-off switch and that I need to supply a passing contact from an off-on -off switch. This lever frame is not best suited for that so, perhaps it's best to go back to the DCC Concepts levers, of which I have 12.

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The box contains leads and other stuff to get the levers working. The website claims, "They have an incredible versatility: Incorporating one SPDT changeover switch for solenoid or momentary power contact operations and two make-before-break SPDT On-On changeover switches they can literally operate ANY electrical or electronic device that has ever been invented for use on a model railway… " so they can do exactly what I need. Now all I have to do is find out where I have hidden them in the garage.

Best regards ............ Greyvoices (alias John)
 
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