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Offline Lhrogg  
#1 Posted : 15 May 2018 16:50:50(UTC)
Lhrogg

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Hello! I live in the Chicago area, and have a partially built Z Scale cortina layout. All the track and catenary is installed, can anyone suggest anybody in the midwest that I can pay would be able to complete the wiring and getting it working? Thanks!
Offline zscalehobo  
#2 Posted : 24 May 2018 21:51:58(UTC)
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Just my opinion, but it will be a tough go to find someone to do this work ... Your use of catenary means you are using Marklin tracks ... Which signals do you have? What is the challenge to starting the wiring yourself. You have tracks lain and as such you should test everything before ballasting and securing. Always do a test run with the tracks setting on the layout.
Frank Daniels
Owner - z.scale.hobo
A Noch "Top Dealer"
Marklin Dealer and Z Locomotive Service
Irvine, California, USA
www.zscalehobo.com
Offline veloboldie  
#3 Posted : 31 May 2018 05:08:54(UTC)
veloboldie

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Originally Posted by: Lhrogg Go to Quoted Post
Hello! I live in the Chicago area, and have a partially built Z Scale cortina layout. All the track and catenary is installed, can anyone suggest anybody in the midwest that I can pay would be able to complete the wiring and getting it working? Thanks!


Try Reynaulds (reynaulds.com). Their address is:
122 North Main Street
Elburn, Illinois 60119 USA
Offline Lhrogg  
#4 Posted : 03 February 2019 19:16:27(UTC)
Lhrogg

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Does anyone have a wiring plan for noch cortina or a picture of layout of controllers, etc.? Thanks!
Offline Carim  
#5 Posted : 04 February 2019 10:34:29(UTC)
Carim

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Originally Posted by: Lhrogg Go to Quoted Post
Does anyone have a wiring plan for noch cortina


Go to the Noch website https://www.noch.com/en/...rtiggelande-cortina.html
and download the track plan - that shows how it should be wired (it is in German).

Carim
Offline Bob24  
#6 Posted : 09 March 2019 23:41:46(UTC)
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Hi, Did you ever find the wiring plan for the Noch Cortina layout you were looking for? I also need one. To lay the track I used an English version of the Noch 59880 Gleisplan (track plan) from the Noch website and followed it exactly, but there are no wiring instructions that I could find on the Noch website or elsewhere. The track plan is in German at Noch.com with the Cortina Layout. If a wiring plan for this track plan exists it would really help.
Thanks, Bob
Offline Chipopo  
#7 Posted : 10 March 2019 07:06:38(UTC)
Chipopo

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I would appreciate a wiring plan too BigGrin
Offline Bob24  
#8 Posted : 10 March 2019 23:48:53(UTC)
Bob24

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This is the track plan I followed. It is on the Noch website. How to wire the signals and isolation track is my biggest roadblock. I'm not even sure there are enough signals and circuit tracks to control two trains on the inner loop. I believe the two circuit tracks shown on the inner loop control the 8992 crossing gate. I also have a copy of the track plan in English which I got from a Marklin dealer, Z Scale Hobo. I haven't put down roadbed or ballast so I can still make changes. If I get any info on wiring I'll pass it along. Guide to Z Scale has a lot of the basics.
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