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Offline Tom Jessop  
#1 Posted : 02 January 2015 03:26:29(UTC)
Tom Jessop

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I picked up a HAMO 3829 [ BR 191 ] a few years ago on EPay & have not given it a run till this morning . It had been converted to 3 rail & supposably digital . When placed on the programme track for the CS1 upgraded it was not a goer . Worked out how to remove the top body , 5 screws in hidden places & then removed the brushes to see what was stuck , still no go & then took off the brush plate which is a major operation having to remove the coupling rods & external transfer case to get enough room to get the brush plate off to access the anker , wheels now turned ok , counted the teeth on the anker ,7, & looking at the exploded view on the web there is no teeth shown, Part #245480 . I let off the 2 mounting screws a fraction & the motor will buzz but not rotate, but with no anker fitted wheels turn with no excessive friction I am concerned that a wrong anker has been fitted prior to me buying this engine . Can anyone advise which anker part # should be fitted & also advise what sort of Decoder ? is fitted to the engine please . See picture below .

Cheers Tom in Oz
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Offline Shamu  
#2 Posted : 02 January 2015 03:55:06(UTC)
Shamu

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5 pin anchor with 8 teeth: 1 Piece 386820

If it has the original Decoder: 960820 (it is DCC)


As to the decoder, can't say I recognise it, could be a optical illusion but a couple of the diodes look burnt. Could you do a photo of the other side Tom.
Sad when its cheaper to buy a new 29640 starter set from Germany than a CS2 on its own in Oz, welcome to the joys of Marklin down under .
Offline Tom Jessop  
#3 Posted : 02 January 2015 07:48:56(UTC)
Tom Jessop

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Location: Newcastle NSW Australia
Other side of decoder.

Cheers Tom in Oz.

Well that's not a good shot, try this one .


Just a bit better, taken with a cheap Fuji camera with poor zoom /macro
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Offline kiwiAlan  
#4 Posted : 02 January 2015 15:56:30(UTC)
kiwiAlan

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Originally Posted by: Shamu Go to Quoted Post


As to the decoder, can't say I recognise it, could be a optical illusion but a couple of the diodes look burnt. Could you do a photo of the other side Tom.


I don't think anything is burnt, I think it is just paint on the body of the component.

As there are no dip switches this is very likely to be marklins early DCC decoder (IIRC 6081?).
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Offline steventrain  
#5 Posted : 02 January 2015 17:57:57(UTC)
steventrain

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Location: United Kingdom
I have the same one from Hamo digital 2-rail loco. I think it is from 6082 c82 decoder for 2-rail digital.

It work with Marklin 6027 2-rail Central unit= only, Changing coding with Marklin 6032 programmes.
Large Marklinist 3- Rails Layout with CS2/MS2/Boosters/C-track/favorites Electric class E03/BR103, E18/E118, E94, Crocodiles/Steam BR01, BR03, BR05, BR23, BR44, BR50, Big Boy.
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Offline ieco  
#6 Posted : 04 January 2016 23:27:16(UTC)
ieco

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Hi. Do any of you have the manual or can provide the link for the 3829?
I got one too, second hand, but its missing its paperwork
Thanks in advance !
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