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1  Discussion Boards / Williams by Bachmann / Re: FP45's on: October 20, 2008, 02:31:04 PM
I agree with one of the inputs.  Williams by Bachmann should make an FP-45 in Great Northern Sky Blue and Burlington Northern.  I will buy them both as I model in GN, BN, and BNSF.
2  Discussion Boards / Williams by Bachmann / Re: Williams SD-90 on: October 20, 2008, 02:26:52 PM
Thanks 3Rail and Joe.  I ran the engine for over 20 minutes and the roller pickup on the front (by the cab) was sort of warm to the touch; however, the roller pickup on the other end was cold to the touch.  I will take the engine in to the train shop near where I live (Roundhouse South) and let their mehcanic take care of the problem for me.  If they cannot fix the problem, I will send the engine in to 3Rail.  What is your mailing address, just in case.

Thanks a bunch guys!
3  Discussion Boards / Williams by Bachmann / Re: Williams SD-90 on: October 19, 2008, 01:21:18 PM
Thanks Joe for your help.  I tried everything you said and all is fine with the rollers. etc.  The engine is still hesitating through the switches and the lights still flash.  Any other ideas or helpful hints?

Harry Hiss
4  Discussion Boards / Williams by Bachmann / Williams SD-90 on: October 18, 2008, 01:00:38 PM
I recently bought a new Williams SD-90 BNSF Powered engine at a local train show.  When I first ran the engine on my layout (have Lionel Fastrak), it hesitates/jerks everytime it goes over a switch and the cab lights blink on and off.  I have another Williams SD-90 (BN) and it does not do this.  Any ideas why this is happening?  It is very frustrating.
5  Discussion Boards / Williams by Bachmann / Williams 150 Watt Transformer on: March 24, 2008, 07:43:24 PM
Is the Williams 150 Watt transformer powerful enough to run a sound equipped train with lighted/smoking caboose on an 8x12 foot layout (single track)?
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