Peco code 83 - DCC conversion

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How to wire a DCC friendly turnout for use with DCC and a slow motion switch machine.

Basically a description of how to wire as per the instructions.

Additionally I show how to remove the over center spring so the turnout can be used with slow motion switch machines.

These turnouts are #6 radius, code 83.

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P.S. I mentioned that applying solder to the track was called tanking, I meant to say tinning. Sorry if anyone was confused!

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