Decoder replacement...?

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conrail92

Member
Ok a long time ago i heard from a friend you can send any fried or damaged decoders to a company and that company will send you a compatible version of there decoder for a reduced price when u send in that damaged decoder. if this is true can anyone tell me what sight it is.
 

grande man

Bonafied Grande Nut
What brand decoder are we talking? Digitrax used to replace any decoder for $17, not sure what they're currently doing. I'd give the manufacturer a ring. I'm sure whoever made it will take care of you.
 

conrail92

Member
Digitrax Made it ill try calling them. I might go with tcs next time they give a 1 year warranty even if it was your fault.
 




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