Prior to 6.10, I never experienced this issue. Note: I have two DCS remotes, one is about 15 years old, and the other is new as of last year.

I had version 6.10 loaded into my DCS remotes back in November, and finally got to run some trains last night. For the older remote, whenever I scroll to speed steps with the numerals 2 or 3, i.e., 12, 13, 20-20, 30-39, etc) the readout gives an illegible reading - appears like a fraction but is not discernable. I tried new batteries - same occurrence. The brand new remote yields perfect integers.

Again, I've been using DCS since its inception, and never experienced a readout in any DCS remote like this before. As of last November, with 3.10 software, everything was fine. This seems incredulous.


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I have 3 remotes in use. They are all different ages. One is my very first, more than 10 years old. They all work fine with 6.1. I too believe you're remote is failing.

GGG posted:

Everything else display fine?  Maybe screen going bad.  G

 Maybe a reload of the software might help? Could you show us a picture of this?

" on Sour mash and cheap wine " ??

Why go back to DCC when I have DCS!

Don't know what happened, it just stopped responding.  First time that loading the firmware has totally killed one.

Given that the screen still seemed intact, I also thought that reloading the software might fix it.

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