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Offline Kwang Ho, Lee  
#1 Posted : 13 December 2019 14:27:05(UTC)
Kwang Ho, Lee

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Joined: 12/09/2019(UTC)
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Location: Seoul-teukbyeolsi, Seoul
First, I apologize for my immature English skills.

I got my new railroad model Marklin 37797 TGV V150 few days ago.

But it's too hard to pick out cars from case.

Each first Motor car and second coach are linked together.

Even plastic part was between bottom of cars. looks like.. fixing them?

Pull them out, push them in, it took extreme concentration from me.

Marklin TGV series have same coupling way like this.

I found some unboxing videos on youtube, but it also seems very unstable.

I want to know some practical tips about handle this model.

Please share your knowledge with beginners. Thank you!
Offline Richard Joint  
#2 Posted : 20 December 2019 03:37:17(UTC)
Richard Joint

Joined: 20/07/2019(UTC)
Posts: 9
Location: Tegucigalpa
It also took me some time to catch on how to put it together, but getting it apart again has been impossible without perhaps pulling too hard and risk damaging. Unfortunately damaged the pickup shoe in the process, want to take train apart to work on it. It seems the shoe is not readily available. Maybe direct from Marklin ?
Offline mike c  
#3 Posted : 20 December 2019 04:27:16(UTC)
mike c

Joined: 28/11/2007(UTC)
Posts: 6,665
Location: Montreal, QC
Each two part set has to be handled as a unit. The units can be assembled on the track using the tool provided or using what the Germans call a LokLiege, which is basically a segment made up of a padded L shaped form, with tracks on the bottom, which enables a trainset to be assembled on it's side and then righted and then driven on to a layout.


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