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    • June 24, 2010 11:55 AM EDT

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      Please help. Is their a LGB replacement for the sound board for the LGB Mogul #23192 sound board.
      Thanks
    • June 24, 2010 7:31 PM EDT

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      Ed,
      try Alex Tillman at Train-Li. He is generally able to source LGB parts. The analogue board is a two-piece unit and will not be cheap. Easiest solution (and cheapest) is either a sound board from a 2-4-0 LGB 'shorty' sound tender, around $90.00 or a LGB #65001 American steam digital unit ($180.00)plus the #65011 sound storage unit ($75.00). Alternatively, purchase a replacement used Mogul sound tender and swap over the parts that you need and then sell as a non-sound version to recoup some cost, if you wish to keep the original loco stock standard.

      The former two methods will not facilitate the axle chuff synching available with the Mogul as the units are voltage activated. The #65001 digital sound unit will require programming for near enough synching. Another alternative is to fit Phoenix sound, with a PB-9 kit from Ridge Road for around $209.00.
    • June 25, 2010 2:46 AM EDT

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      Tim,
      Thanks for the response, very helpful. I had heard that there was no replacement available by LGB since the board(s) were analog. This site is a great
      place for information. I had no idea that so many folks were in this great hobby. Great reading!
    • June 25, 2010 12:54 PM EDT

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      Hi Tim,
      Please help, I see on these "edit, reply, & post", how would a person "post" a new message? Thanks in advance.
    • June 25, 2010 12:55 PM EDT
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      Hey Ed.

      Go to the index for the forum, there will be a "New Topic" link on the right side.

      This, for example, is the index for this forum: http://www.largescalecentral.com/LSCForums/viewforum.php?id=5
    • June 27, 2010 8:38 AM EDT

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      Hi Bob,

      Appreciate the info to post.

      Thanks
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