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If it is the K-Line Collector's Club be sure that the side frames on the trucks are attached, some of the K-Line collector club GG-1's will lose the sides on the trucks because of zinc pest,  mainly a cosmetic thing. Also the collector's club when it says TMCC ready just has a plug-in for TMCC and nothing else.

If the K-Line GG-1 is full scale then it should not have any issues that I know of.

Lee Fritz

My frames are fine. I ousted the mpc in favor of it. The first can motor I enjoyed, it's the conventional.....no horn was my only issue. Bought used, so it might have been yanked??? ( Is that so?). The frames tweak kinda easy. Check on a flat table. It will make it track way better if they aren't askew. I got the matching Broadway limited cars to go with it. The plastic version, but I love them too. I actually "settled" unable to find anything in Brunswick, but with those cars another Tuscan fan was born. (Side note: As I edited, Tuscan has made autosuggestion list Star Wars terms like Sith for with, Lord for horn, planet for plastic, etc...boy do I hate Google. Don't blame the authors anymore. It's set to off, but does what it wants and review guarantees nothing.) Fire laser post one.....

I just bought a K Line GG1 (K2780-48921 C) .  It's a beautiful engine.  The engine has electro couplers and I am a conventional runner.  Is there a way to activate the couplers?  I replaced the battery and the rail sounds work fine, except that occasionally when I activate the horn the engine stops.  I am using a Lionel ZW transformer.  I can play with the whistle control on the transformer to get the engine to remain running, but it is sensitive to the DC signal I guess.

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