Csehmodell - Hungary
Posted 30 April 2012 - 12:11 PM
The L45h is available in H0e and in H0m.
(The H0e engines were used in Hegyköz, Nyíregyháza and at Budapest [Childrends' railway], the H0m engines [2 pieces] were used at Borsodnádasd in a steel factory, if you want I can attach some pics about these)
I got my L45H at last (L45H-098, green&yellow), via Ferro-Train. Ferro-Train did however sold it w/o instructions, so before I do any damage, how does one open this little engine (for putting in a decoder, maybe even lights?)
Posted 07 May 2012 - 08:39 PM
I'm glad, that another Csehmodell product had found it's new home. The only thing I don't understand is why did you have to order it from Ferro-Train? We are well known about direct selling on customers via Internet or on exhibitions. Truth to be told, we sell our own products cheaper, than Ferro-Train does, but that's their stuff.
However, if you'd like to open the model, you can find four little screws on the underside. By loosing them, the superstructure can get taken off, so you can mount a decoder or anything. By DCC you must solder, or even cut out the condensator, but I haven't say anything new with that, I think. When screwing the to back, take care of the two wires running besides the motor – they can easily get stucked between the chassis and the superstructure. I hope I helped!
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