Author Topic: For what it's worth?  (Read 665 times)

darryl.trains

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For what it's worth?
« on: July 27, 2018, 06:17:50 PM »
I had a dead LM-3s and after notifying RailPro, I was advised to check different conditions of which I had done. I changed the wire harness a couple times and tried a different module which worked fine. I do not need a password so that was not an issue. Long story long, I sent the LM back to RP. In a matter of two weeks going and coming back, I have a new LM-3s. Talk about service, this can't be beat. The old fardt in Yuma  8) HOT

crzytrnbuf

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Re: For what it's worth?
« Reply #1 on: July 28, 2018, 02:10:16 PM »
You are right about that Service Tim Ring is about the best and when you call he answers the phone personally not some, Hold on I will get back to you in a minute and then you get someone you can't understand and your trying to describe your problem to them and their in china or some other Foreign country that is the whole reason I went Rail Pro!

Den the Crzytrnbuf  Sanborn N.Y. USA!