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Lionel 6019 remote track and controller will not operate my 3472 automatic milk car. Pushing the Unload button causes the car doors to slowly open halfway. The Uncouple function does not work at all. I used a volt meter and discovered that one of the half rails is always hot with the center track rail. The other half rail becomes hot with the outside rails when the Unload button is pushed. This is not how I expected the controller and track section to work. I thought the half rails both became hot only when Unload was pressed. I will appreciate any advice. Thanks!

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Hello smith.... This wonderful addition to your train requires a special remote control sold separately. There are also other special components that go with the milk car. Go to this link to read and learn all about it http://www.lionel.com/media/servicedocuments/72-2203-250.pdf

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SOURCE: CANNOT GET THE UNCOUPLING TRACK SECTION TO WORK

Track power is not recommended for this uncoupler. Use an aux fixed supply of at least 10 to 13VAC for the supply. You have to move a jumper on the bottom of the track to do this. Then there will be four wires needed. Two for the aux power (hot and common) and the other two which go to the pushbutton switch.

Note: Same goes for Lionel FasTrack Remote switches. Run the switches from a 10 to 12 VAC aux supply. There is a jumper you remove on the bottom of the switch to connect an aux supply.

Posted on Sep 05, 2011

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Just wanted to add a note to this problem you are having....Question is this...How big is the train layout and how many power clips do you have on the track??
Reason is being if you only have one power clip for the whole track, you will notice a decrease (slowdown) of the train in certain area(s) so i would recommend adding another power clip or two to your layout, also If you are using old regular O track, make sure you have the metal pins in all 3 railsHope this helps

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