How do I get started?

Discussion in 'FAQs' started by spitfire, Nov 26, 2002.

  1. jon-monon

    jon-monon Active Member

    No, no, no. I volyteered to supervise the peanut gallery, the hecklers. What your talkin bout could turn out to be real werk! I could get hurt. It takes knowledge and experiance. I could probably help empty some cerial boxes, if I'm not too busy with the beer. I could supervise some plastic people maybe.
  2. davidstrains

    davidstrains Active Member

    Jon, do you see what Val has done with the dioramas? A group of guys from this group is going to be pretty busy just trying to keep that standard in constructing a full sized layout. It looks as though she could work circles (or maybe that should be 'track ovals") around us.:D :D :) :)
  3. sumpter250

    sumpter250 multiscale modelbuilder

    Looking at the guest list, I can think of far worse fates. I feel honored to have been included in the invite.
  4. t. alexander

    t. alexander Member

    Hey all, I am just now reading this thread and would like to describe how I wired my switching layout. It went something like this.. "lets see now if I put this wire here", ZAPP, "hum nope". "Ok what about here", ZAPP, "nope". "Ok, Here,.. BINGO!!"
    and so on. :rolleyes: It's a good thing there are no fuses as I would have went broke replacing them. :D

    Btw I would like to atest to jon's electrical expertise.
    I had a wiring problem on another forum (not train related) that involved the head lights on a vehicle I have.
    Now, when I flip a light switch on or off I wonder how do it know:confused: :D jon, realizing this suggested I simply get one of those million watt spot lights and hold it in front of me when I drove at night.:D ;) :D


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