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  1. I've got a controller in with them at the moment, it's a model 10LGB that has a faulty direction switch and only gives full power. I'll see if they accept it for repair or return it as is before I send the model D.
  2. All tests done with the same Mashima 1224 powered loco as a load on a rolling road.
  3. Thanks sharris You've got me there, I simply connected a multimeter across the motor. So it looks like track one is providing the correct voltage, but track two is under, it reads around 14v on the same multimeter? It's a long time since I looked at anything like this, I should have realised.
  4. Hello All I have a Gaugemaster Series D square cases controller that I recently noticed is supplying way more than 12v under load, slightly different on each track, but the worst one is around 17v. I want to send it off to Gaugemaster for repsit, but I'm concerned it will be a waste of time if they say it's normal. I note that a comparison test on YouTube between the new version and a Morley showed dead on 12v on the track terminals at full power from the Gaugemaster. I will be using it for mostly Mashima motors, so I don't want to fry any given the availabi
  5. Can anyone shed any light on the above wagon(s) was it a one-off? I want to build the Ratio kit as the wagon ran under TVR ownership, but I cannot find any details. My GW Wagons book has very little to say, just that the Wagons were absorbed and used without alteration. Thanks.
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