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  1. Express models have some that might be what you want. https://www.expressmodels.co.uk/catalogue/street-station-lighting
  2. I got a tube of the original from my local hardware store a few months ago. No sign of them stocking the new watery rubbish.
  3. The R8250 controllers are notoriously poor. Gaugemaster controllers are undoubtedly better but you should really eliminate the fault before buying new controllers.
  4. There could be a lower resistance in the wiring to the outer track allowing slightly more current to flow and causing the overload to trip, possibly not helped by slightly higher current being drawn by that one particular loco due to wear and tear?
  5. It's on the second page of the manual https://www.Hornby.com/uk-en/downloads/view/download/item/150
  6. Much cheaper https://www.amazon.co.uk/Beito-Creative-Practical-Plastic-Organizer/dp/B07JR7QCYY/ref=pd_rhf_se_p_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=9JMDDYMRTDXSDR6A615N
  7. 1 broken winding on the motor armature would cause this issue I think.
  8. The latest firmware version is V1.6.
  9. Shown in the loco on the service sheet https://www.Hornby.com/servicesheets/index/download/id/42/
  10. Get your Select upgraded to the latest firmware and you will be able to reset it yourself and program (but not read) CVs. Cost is £15 plus postage to Hornby. Contact them first to get a returns number before sending it to them. Edit. I assume you are in the UK
  11. They really should use a Class 50 for that job.
  12. It's a long while since Rudy's last post. Hope he's alright.
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