View single post by 2foot6
 Posted: Mon Mar 2nd, 2020 03:47 am
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Joined: Sun Oct 20th, 2013
Location: Near Melbourne Victoria, Australia
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I have had another thought.

Can you remove the decoder,

trace out the motor wires, and connect a 12 volt DC power supply to them,

and try the motor with 12 volts, in both directions.

If it works OK, then the decoder is at fault,

or if it is still a problem, then the motor is faulty.


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