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57 minutes ago, KNP said:

My apologies.

 

I will indeed give advance warning of one appearing on the horizon.....! :good_mini:

 

To save confusion and problems in the future I will refer to it as a powerful vessel designed for pulling things through the water.

Hope this helps.

 

 

Very kind - should avoid any increases in blood pressure completely!

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2 hours ago, KNP said:

Even busier

 

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Which of these is doing the pulling, then? Or have I missed something?

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On 07/03/2020 at 15:38, Andrew P said:

I went  to my local Computer Shop and bought a 30ft cable for £6.99 now I keep falling over it.:)

Bargain!

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9 minutes ago, The Johnster said:

Bargain!

Yeah, and a FREE BLACK EYE.:swoon:

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Excuse for a steak dinner tomoz, Andrew...

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12 hours ago, KNP said:

Why I’m happy with just a lead.

Pull out the shelf and I have something to lay the controller on....

 

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This is the third reincarnation of a control system for Little Muddle.

First was the Select with stud and probe for the points.

Then came Railmaster and e-link.

And now the Prodigy express and separate point switches boosted by a cdu which is how it will stay till the end. (I think!!)

Seems to be working very well..

Have you considered one of these Kevin?

 

https://www.dccconcepts.com/product/controller-caddy-universal-handset-holder-single-pack/

 

Usual disclaimer. Other brands are available.

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9 hours ago, woodenhead said:

The little known Little Muddle Lower engine shed, abandoned when the GWR realised it was an active flood plain that filled twice a day

Truth is stranger than fiction - the former DMU depot at Dundee West used to have about a foot of water in the inspection pits at high spring tides.

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5 hours ago, KNP said:

I did but the pull out shelf worked out cheaper!

I just stuck a Velcro patch to the back of the controller handset and another to the layout fascia.  As the handset is wireless I've also put a couple more Velcro pads on the fascia at other locations, e.g. fiddle yard.

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Kevin,

If you keep posting these my mouse will break ! :D

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24 minutes ago, KNP said:

Sorted that crate out yet?

 

 

Fat chance!! :lol:

 

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Very good Kevin, only trouble is we will all want more video now!:yes:

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Not sure I did (or didn’t) do is that in the past I got a video frame with a red triangular start button which then played with no adverts etc.

When I first posted I got this then the next time I looked this address link was there and when playing had all sorts of adverts etc attached.

Any of you techno wizards out there tell what I forgot to do?

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Include a advert for your own upcoming book : ‘ Little Muddle - how I averted global warming by planting 3,000 model trees’

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