Fleischmann 739404 Electric Locomotive Class 1020

Scale:
N Scale


This installation uses the following decoder:


This installation is for N Scale Fleischmann 739404 Electric Locomotive Class 1020 uses TCS EUN651P-18 digital decoder and was performed by A.G.

First remove the front and the rear shell by squeezing it on either side of the plastic covers and gently rocking it back and forth until it slips off the frame.
First remove the front and the rear shell by squeezing it on either side of the plastic covers and gently rocking it back and forth until it slips off the frame.


Now remove the main shell from the chassis by gently pulling it off.
Now remove the main shell from the chassis by gently pulling it off.


Remove the weight. It will not be needed anymore.
Remove the weight. It will not be needed anymore.


Here is a picture of locomotive's chassis where you can see the 6 Pin NEMA socket.
Here is a picture of locomotive's chassis where you can see the 6 Pin NEMA socket.


Plug in our TCS EUN651P-18 exactly the way shown above.
Plug in our TCS EUN651P-18 exactly the way shown above.


Finished TCS decoder installation. Put the shell back together and we are ready to run this engine.
Finished TCS decoder installation. Put the shell back together and we are ready to run this engine.



Important Soldering Tip

Please do not use any flux either liquid or paste on the mother board. It will damage it. Use only Rosin core solder approved for electronics use. 
We recommend to use only Kester "44" rosin core, SN63PB37, .015" diameter, part number 24-6337-0007.
This can be ordered from Techni-Tool under Techni-Tool part number 488SO157
http://www.techni-tool.com

Other solder tips

When stripping wire, only strip a tiny little bit of the insulation. Strip no more then a 1/64 of an inch. When the wire gets tinned with solder, the insulation will shrink back more. Try to not expose any more wire then half the length of the solder pad at most. In no case should solder or exposed wire wire ever be outside the boundary of the the solder pad you are attaching a wire to.
Click here for important information on properly Stripping and Tinning wire