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Offline Twisterdodger  
#1 Posted : 11 December 2019 14:49:12(UTC)
Twisterdodger


Joined: 02/04/2017(UTC)
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Hello everyone,
With having bought a good number of used 24997 uncouplers, most are perfectly functional. However, I have several that are electrically defective, testing with a 9 volt battery they do not work. Does Marklin sell a repair part, just the activator assembly, as a separate part number?
Are the activators reparable or just eat the loss and trash it?
Thanks all,
George
Offline mrmarklin  
#2 Posted : 12 December 2019 00:46:43(UTC)
mrmarklin

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Joined: 27/10/2004(UTC)
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Location: Burney, CA
Originally Posted by: Twisterdodger Go to Quoted Post
Hello everyone,
With having bought a good number of used 24997 uncouplers, most are perfectly functional. However, I have several that are electrically defective, testing with a 9 volt battery they do not work. Does Marklin sell a repair part, just the activator assembly, as a separate part number?
Are the activators reparable or just eat the loss and trash it?
Thanks all,
George


Nine volts may not be enough to fire them consistently. I think 16 volts is what is normal in digital track.
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