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I live in England and I bought a second-handsound MTH Mohawk at a train show and I want to separate the boiler andcab fromthe running gear to do some checking and maybe oiling and greasing as it’s got a bit of a whine. The loco came withsome paperwork butit didn’t include an exploded view showing parts andhow to get the body off. I’ve never had an MTH loco beforeand there’s nothing on their website about how to do any maintenance and at the priceI paidI don’t want to damage the loco. I e-mailed MTH three weeks ago asking how to do the dismantle but apart from an acknowledgement haven’t received anything. Does anyone know if there is a site which could help or if there’s a Mohawk owner who could advise on the right wayto do it? Additionally, recommended web page had a whole lot more generalized Athearn trains news in addition to information.It’s a good loco but I can’taccess all 28 functions on my Roco Z21 DCC unit. From what I’ve alreadyread DCC and DCS don’t get onreally well togetherso I guess that’s the problem. Any suggestions on this issue would be appreciated too. And, thanks in advance…. Accessing MTH Mohawk Tue, 2016-04-26 08:48 Rocoman Thanks for those replies. I went back on the MTH site after Bill’s message but notany information there yet on what I’m looking for,though Joe’s post gives me hope that MTH may eventually get around to it. I may just start carefullyundoing some screws and see how I fare as the noise the loco is making is a concern. Can’t understand why no exploded view and, so farMTH customer care hasn’tbeen any help.It’s not exactly a new item.I also run German DB/DRRoco Modeleisenbahnlocomotives, some with sound,andtheygive an excellentdetailed exploded view and parts list and it’s all online too. There’s a huge gap in the difference in customer care between MTH and Roco.
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Santa Only Comes Once A Year! tin-plate standard gauge and HO products are also manufactured. MTS trains are Lionel compatible. In 1993, the at-times tested relationship between MTS and Lionel ended and MTS went on its own. FREE Shipping on orders over $35 Manufacturer recommended age: 1 Year 2 Months and up Only 1 left in stock – order soon. In 2009, the two joined forces, allowing MTS Trains to produce the Lionel tin-plate electric trains with the official graphics. At its peak, MTS employed about 135 people. Wolf, who got to keep 10% of the take, remembers selling $150,000 worth of parts at a single weekend show. HO Trains That Do More Like M.T.H.’ MTS has also traded lawsuits with Quantum Sound Industries, whose technology is used to add electronic sound to model locomotives from various manufacturers.