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The weight in the boiler is held in by ltb screws under the boiler. Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Calendar Monthly Weekly Agenda Archive. Even though the is not a sound equipped loco they allow for the upgrade as the firebox frontage unclips to reveal a 57mm speaker enclosure and grill, and the smaller dome has provision for an external volume control, both of which will be very handy.
Resources Latest reviews Search resources. As you said in your posting it is easier if you remove all the pipes, valves and other gubbins first, then it is a question of gentle brute force, there are no screws involved.
Media New media Ltb comments Search media. The analog circuit board is attached to the weight by another 3 screws. Thread starter idlemarvel Start date 11 Aug The page numbers listed below reference that document.
I have finished the decoder install so I have done a write-up. I used the exploded parts diagram referenced in an earlier posting as a guide.
The trick to finally remove the body from the chassis is to prise out the pieces 51 and 52 regulator arm pivots I think and ease out the regulator rods labelled S and T pgb page 4. For future reference, from the exploded parts diagram you have to undo screws K, LM, N, O, P, Q, R on page 3 and then gently prise out parts 51 and 52 from page 2 to release the valve gear.
DR Ruegen LGB 28001
Glad you got there in the end, Dave – I had to open my The Champex-linden site shows the exploded components for the loco including screws. Thanks guys I should have said I already have both of those documents but they are not helping.
I have removed the main screws from the base and the body shell almost comes off but there seems to be something in the middle of the boiler preventing it, I assume lgh hidden screw. Separating the boiler and cab was not too bad.
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Then the top comes off. You have to do it gently as the wires for the cab and rear lights and 4-way switch are not very long. If I ever have to get back inside it again, or do anotheryour notes will be a great help! I hope the screw is not under the motor block as that looks like a pig to remove. Beware that the cab weight may fall out at this point! This may help you identify what is 2001 things 280011.
Thanks in advance, Dave. The trick is to remove the regulator arms from the top of the valve gear. Can someone who has done this before let me know the secret or point me at some dismantling instructions? Forums New posts Trending Search forums.
Ralphmp Registered 11 Aug Not too hard when you know that secret. That is connected to the main board by a black 5 wire plug. I really need someone who’s done this before to advise.
It then slides out towards the cab end. I think Zerogee lgh done this as he said how difficult it was in a post in ! Facebook Pinterest Email Link.
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Unplug either end of that cable and kgb should be able to separate the cab and boiler from the chassis. In the cab there is the 4 way switch which is connected to the board by a grey 4 pin plug, and a small circuit board which handles the rear lights, cab lights and external power socket the square kind. There are some screws marked lb page 3 of the exploded parts diagram which seem to be the culprit but to get to those I would have to remove the motor block which I have lgv tried but stopped as it looked to be far too complicated.
Before it will come off completely you have to unplug the 8 wires behind the smokebox door 3 front lights and smoke generator and ease out the 4 wire plug on top of the motor block.