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I have recently acquired a Marklin DB BR 185 loco which came with a dcc decoder installed. It identified itself as Trix sound BB12000, however I have been unable to locate any instructions for a decoder with this identifier in either the Trix or Marklin websites. It appears to be original...
Can anyone tell me if Maerklin MFX dcoders will work with JMRI?
Just checking to see if I will need to modify a Maerklin DB BR 185 I am acquiring
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