Con-Cor M10000

This model has tickled a lot of folk's fancy.

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The 397-50440 LokSound speaker needs a bit of additional clearance to mount on the bosses molded into the frame. Jerry used a cut-off wheel to lengthen the two slots that engage the tabs on the loco. Alternatively, you could remove the tabs from the casting. Use bathtub caulk or other pliable cement to hold the speaker in place. Note that the casting was designed for a 16 x 25 mm speaker, so the speaker sits slightly crooked unless you over machine the slots.

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Wire the male end of a (678-8100122-pin plug to the speaker and reassemble the chassis bottom.

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Remove the stock speaker from the LItchfield Station exclusive custom sound LokSound decoder and wire the female end of the (678-8100122-pin plug to the decoder. Plug the decoder into the light board - making sure that you don't plug into the extra row of holes (labeled) for the speaker. Secure the decoder with Kapton Tape.

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In the photo above, you can just see the 2-pin connector below the SPK tabs on the board. The decoder is secured to the board below L1 & L2.

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