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Resoldering Wire lead to Brush Plate on Lionel #50/ Gang Car

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Resoldering Wire lead to Brush Plate on Lionel #50/ Gang Car
Posted by jonhenry12 on Monday, October 4, 2021 2:57 PM

Hello,

looking for Help on this subject.  Small wire lead is coming from Left side of Wire Roll COIL in between the two Field Assemblies.  It is stuck inside the small slot on left side of Coil.  It's just a small stubble which protrudes half way thru slot.  I can try & put some TinNing compound on stuble but afraid it will stick to left side of Coil.  I cannot get to inside left side of Coil to unravel it.  (Removed two Hex head studs above Field Assemblies but cannot get enough room on left Side Coil).
Thanks, Jack

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Posted by pennytrains on Monday, October 4, 2021 5:39 PM

Come on over to the Classic TOY Trains forum: http://cs.trains.com/ctt/f/95.aspx.  Don't worry, we've all been there!  Wink

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Posted by BaltACD on Monday, October 4, 2021 5:39 PM

jonhenry12
Hello,

looking for Help on this subject.  Small wire lead is coming from Left side of Wire Roll COIL in between the two Field Assemblies.  It is stuck inside the small slot on left side of Coil.  It's just a small stubble which protrudes half way thru slot.  I can try & put some TinNing compound on stuble but afraid it will stick to left side of Coil.  I cannot get to inside left side of Coil to unravel it.  (Removed two Hex head studs above Field Assemblies but cannot get enough room on left Side Coil).
Thanks, Jack

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