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Lionel Trains Holiday Express G Gauge Train Set Questions & Answers
Lionel g gauge wont run on track
I think you have solved the problem. Check all the wheels to be sure that they all turn. The locomotive isn't powerful enough to drag a car with a stuck wheel.
How do I clean the tracks & wheels to stop the short circuit?
Have you let the loco charge first? The instructions are a bit vague but the loco needs to charge before it runs. Not easily understood from the instructions and many have spent some frustrating minutes wondering why their train wouldn't move.
WE are trying to get our lionel holiday train
There is no on/off switch. Remote will give no indication of working. Try putting engine and coal car only and try. I have had this train set for two years and the remote tends to work whenever it wants.
We have a Holiday Tradition Express Set 7-11102.
Clean the metal wheel with rubbing alcohol applied on a Q Tip and clean the track with steel wool. Then try it. Cleaning it will provide a better contact for the film on it prebvents contact to run from stowage
Lionel 313 bascule bridge
It sounds like the counterbalance spring is loose or disconnected. I would rather add weight to the counterweight box to take some load off of the motor...Use fishing sinkers, one or two rolls of pennies or equivalent. Also do not overtighten the spring you will warp the base of the bridge.
I just got a postwar
Lionel 1987 electric gold rush special 0-6-0 locomotive parts
I can help you find the parts you need for the Lionel 1987 Electric Gold Rush Special 0-6-0 Locomotive. The parts you need are bushings for the wheels. I recommend looking at hobby train parts suppliers such as Lionel Trains, Trainz, and Model Railroader for the bushings.
What is sketching?
Artists often sketch out their thoughts for a painting
before actually painting it. Sketch sets have paper, pencils, colors and other
items such as pastels, and charcoal that one would need for sketching purposes.
A sketch is the first step you need to do before you start painting.
How do I remove air bubbles from resin artwork?
I often get asked the question, "How do I remove air bubbles from epoxy resin artwork?" If you've ever seen blisters or bubbles in your epoxy resin artwork, then you're not alone. It happens to the best of us. These air bubbles are caused by trapped air. There's two ways to get rid of that pesky air: 1. Gently push the bubble to coax it out 2. Pop the bubble The best method for removing air bubbles is to use a Dremel or drill bit (which is what I use). It makes easy work of pushing the air out and makes perfect round holes as well. Now when time comes for casting resin, don't forget your hole!
Press drying flowers
What you can do is put the flower between two pieces of tissue paper in a heavy book and microwave the book for about thirty seconds at a time until done.
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