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PC: RE: Stewart drive train noise
- Subject: PC: RE: Stewart drive train noise
- From: "Armstrong, John A" <ArmstronJA@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 04 Jan 2000 16:58:06 -0500
- Content-return: allowed
I have three and the second unit acted just a bit jerky when it started from a stop. After a long break in period it seem to go away and and I would now say that it runs fine. I understand that Stewart will send drive replacement parts that will correct this problem. I didn't purse the "fix" because mine seemed to correct itself.
My newest unit is the best running unit I have ever purchased.
> From: Garrett Rea[SMTP:Garrett.Rea -AT- worldnet.att.net]
> Reply To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2000 10:34 AM
> To: Jim Homoki; Penn Central
> Subject: PC: Stewart drive train noise
> Jim wrote:
> >I was test running my C628 last night (breaking the motor in) and the slop?
> in the gearbox occasionally made >grinding noises going downhill. I need to
> look into it further. I'll get the decoder in after tuning it up without
> Mine does the same, will not coast at all on flywheels. Someone joked to me
> that the elaborate lighting is acting like dynamic braking. Cut the
> throttle down hill and the engine makes a God awful noise and STOPS. Anyone
> else have the same trouble?
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