Question about Lionel Remote Uncoupling Track O 6-65530
The current version (6-65530) fails to function when 'unload' button is pressed to operate Lionel milk cars of any vintage. The postwar version of same unit works flawlessly. The current version of track is made in China. What is different?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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