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Old 07-07-2020, 12:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
Ruger B
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Pete - I appreciated your thread on assembly. The reverser was giving me fits to no end.

When the train derailed and broke the site glass - shards and steam blowing galore - I was done. Only temporarily though.

After posting this thread, I took everything and stuffed it away for the remainder of the weekend.

I pulled it out this AM and, of course, had the rig running - forward even - within 30 minutes.

All good, looking forward to building a track now. Then building my own rolling stock as I hate plastic.

Lesson: Sometimes you just have to walk away for a while.

Make it a great day, Ruger.

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Originally Posted by Pete Thornton View Post
Sorry to hear of your problems. I threw in the towel on my Ruby/FWRR loco after fighting it for years - it sits on the glass cabinet as a static exhibit these days.

However, the Regner Heisler is a different beast. Mine runs beautifully without any special build problems. The only issue we found was setting the reversing valve properly. Did you use the UK-English instructions from Graham at Gardenrailways.co.uk? Or did you work with the german?

The thread on MLS has most of the queries/problems and the solutions. Your YT video shows you need to adjust the reverser as we did!
https://forums.mylargescale.com/18-l...isler-kit.html
I posted a similar thread on LSC.
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