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    • May 16, 2019 10:21 AM EDT
      • Shut Up Rooster
         
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      Your experience parallels those that are common on GscaleCentral (in the UK for people that aren't familiar) and one of the moderators is pretty much an expert on Massoth, and he is sold on using the tool and the "sheets" and fine tunes them until they work.

      It appears to me that using the templates programs all the CVs specified.

       

      I indeed did a basic reset, and it took a bit of playing to get CVs to write consistently. My Zimo unit was most successful as the programming current is programmable, although the NCE has more control and flexibility over the 3 different programming modes available in service mode.

       

      Suffice it to say I'm not real impressed with the Massoth decoders and definitely not for people who do not want to become experts in programming.

       

      Greg

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    • May 19, 2019 8:32 PM EDT
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      At long last the saga finally reaches the last chapter. I have received the decoder back from Tom White who programmed it to do what I expected it to do last July - and it now does exactly that! I have installed it in the tender of my mogul and I now am able to hear chuffs determined by reed sensor and magnets on a wheel rather than the "automatic chuff" as advertised by Massoth. This will likely be the only Massoth decoder I will ever own!

      Roger Bush

    • May 20, 2019 6:26 AM EDT
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      But now you know how to tame the beast. The hard part is over.

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