Does anyone have a diagram that shows how the pawl is installed in the motor of the subject engine? The diagram in the Greenberg Manual is difficult to interpret. As I was dismantling the motor, the pawl fell out and I did not note from where it came--I'll be more careful next time. Also, does anyone know the specs for the screws that attach the mechanical section to the track section for the 5165/5156 072 remote switches? Thanks. Tom LoPresti
The 'hook' part of the pawl goes through the hole that changes the drum rotation. Note the drum that has the 'pointy' prongs goes the the RH socket. The flat part of the pawl is upward so the moveable field presses down on it. The pawl gets aligned when the 2 half's are put together. I believe the screws for the switches are 2.6x4 mm.
Not the same Eunit Train Nut. He has a Scout which has a very unique reversing mechanism.
Thanks for the info. You wouldn't happen to have a picture of the pawl installed?
I think Chuck's got it. I was looking for a picture of my 246 (its the same) torn apart, but can't find it.
Thanks for the pictures. That should do it.