Lloyd brought in six old DH121 decoders, still packed in their original bags. I think that the plan was to sell them to the club, but they got put into club locos for testing immediately. The 7th decoder was part of a donation to the club. This table provides their current locations.
|Decoder Number||Current Location||Notes|
|1||NG Goose||Works fine and since the Goose doesn't need speed matching, it could stay there.|
|2||Returned to Lloyd|
|3||UP 4005||Loco in work.|
|4||Returned to Lloyd|
|7||SP 8170||Loco in disposition. This decoder has burned out headlight functions.|
To expedite finishing these locos I've used some of my own parts. The club has provided other parts, some of which I still have and will return to the club when this job is finished. I've only listed parts here which have a value more than pennies. Shrink tube, adhesive, resistors, bits of styrene, Kadee boxes and knuckle springs, wire and a few screws don't count.
|Loco||Qty||Part||Approximate Value||Reimbursement Status|
|BN 248||2||3 mm warm white LED||$1 ea||reimbursed|
|SP 3343||2||3 mm warm white LED||$1 ea||reimbursed|
|Misc||1||bag Kadee Centering Springs||$3 ?||replaced|
|ATSF 2790||2||5 mm white LED||$1 ea||reimbursed|
|SP 5669||2||5 mm white LED||$1 each||reimbursed|
|various rolling stock||7.7 oz||lead shot||TBD||replaced from club stock of stick on weights|
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