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    Tiny copper clips for DCC decoders

    Does anyone know where I can get those tiny copper clips that are attached to many Atlas DC decoders? These are used to make sure the DC decoders fit snugly into their slots on the engine frames. I am generally able to recycle what I have, but it would be nice to have extras in case I drop it...
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    New Post-need Layout Help

    Building an 11 x 14 U-shaped N-Scale layout. I'm using code 80 Atlas Snap track. All the track is down, and I'm using an MRC Prodigy Elite 10amp DCC system. I did not solder the track. I have stringers down, but when trying to run my Kato EMD SD70M with a TCS K1D4 decoder, I get stutter starts...

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