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Where can I get a copy of the Trainmaster Command Control operators manual?

I received the set but there are no operators instructions.

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See pages 17 - 23 of attached Manual/PDF.
The manual may not be for your unspecified locomotive,
but the TMCC instructions will apply.

Lionel Service Manuals

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