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 Posted: Sun Jan 17th, 2016 12:45 pm
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I guess no one on here uses ESU or MRC products.
can someone explain to me very simply how to navigate around in yahoo groups??
I used to go on On30, QSI, and several others then they changed the way it is setup.
I cannot figure out how to get around on there, so I quit going there.
guess I like things simple, seams to me like one has to reach over their shoulder to scratch their butt anymore, just like when the government simplify things.
if not answered on here can someone PM me?
thanks,
Willis.



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 Posted: Sun Jan 17th, 2016 04:14 pm
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Howdy Willis...Sine the DCC guys are not responding to your questions, let me direct you to something else: radio control with onboard batteries. Very simple and it CAN be cheaper than DCC. And the components will fit in any On30 locomotive. Yes, even a Bachmann Porter. Here on Freerails is the best place on the net to get info and answers on the cutting edge of technology. Yes, I am an advoate of non wiring but after many years of not having to wire a layout, clean track & wheels, and learn programming just to run a scale loco, I will never go back to track power.
I am sorry that you can't get the answers to your questions, I wish I could help you.
I just wanted to point out that there IS another way. And as for Yahoo groups, I am in a ouple and they (yahoo) change every time the wind blows.

Good luck and keep looking up.
Woodie



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 Posted: Sun Jan 17th, 2016 11:23 pm
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thanks Woodie,
I have been following the dead rail talks.
have been thinking about it a lot lately.
at 70 I have a lot of $ tied up in DCC stuff, don't know starting over with a new system this late in life is prudent.
Willis.



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 Posted: Mon Jan 18th, 2016 12:31 am
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Howdy Willis...I can understand. I am just a kid at 68 but I never did get into DC...went from DC to R/C and ain't looked back. Just one thing, there ain't any wiring, etc., and the "learning curve", well there ain't any curve to learn. Just my opinion, and we all know that opinions are like a%%h^&*), everybody has one.

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