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Offline Brian_BR96  
#1 Posted : 27 May 2020 22:40:42(UTC)
Brian_BR96

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Location: West Hartford, CT
Hi all,

I'm getting back into Marklin and I'm trying to add two home signals so I can run two trains at once. I have a small analog setup with some older trains using a 6646 transformer and C track. I have a 72710 control box for my turnouts and I'm trying to see which signals are compatible with that control box.

I'd like to use a newer signal, if possible. The 76391 is in the current catalog, but it looks like it needs a different control box due to the connector, and that control box won't work with my transformer, because of the connector. My question is can I snip off 76391's connector and use a 74043 wiring set instead? Or am I better off finding a couple old 7241 signals on ebay? Or is there a better option?

The 72710 is listed as a "turnout/signal" controller, and I'm wondering which signals in the current catalog it's designed to control. Wish there was a "compatible items" tab in the online catalog.

It seems like there's a million options now compared to when I was younger. Searching the web and reading up on all the users manuals only got me so far, so I thought I'd ask!
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