71-1332-250 LEGACY ATSF Northern.indd

71-1332-250 LEGACY ATSF Northern.indd
71-1332-250
10/11
Lionel
AT&SF 4-8-4 Northern
Steam Locomotive
Owner’s Manual
Featuring
Congratulations!
C
ongratulations on your purchase of this Lionel steam locomotive! On the outside, this locomotive features numerous details and expert decoration in your favorite livery. Inside the boiler
and tender, this locomotive is equipped with some of the most advanced sounds and controls in
model railroading. This powerful locomotive is ready for duty on your layout.
Contents of your locomotive box
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1
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Steam locomotive
Tender
Smoke fluid funnel
Wrench
Replacement traction tires
Owner's manual
Engine memory module
Additional smoke stacks (packed separately, interchangeable with the
stack that comes installed)
1 O-gauge coupler
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Table of contents
Running your locomotive
LEGACY Control operations
TrainMaster Command Control (TMCC/Command Control) operations
Conventional transformer operations
Locomotive basics
Adding smoke fluid to your locomotive's smoke generators
Locomotive switch locations
Tender volume control location
Assigning your locomotive a new ID# (LEGACY and TMCC)
Lash-ups (for LEGACY operation only)
LEGACY Control System operations
The LEGACY CAB-2 Remote Controller
The Velocity Throttle
The Multi-Controller
The Train Brake Slider
The Warning Sound Controller
The Speed Bar
EFX Trim and EFX Bar Graph
Leaving the Preset Speed Screen
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LEGACY RailSounds Sound System operations
LEGACY RailSounds sound system
LEGACY RailSounds Sequence Control
CrewTalk dialog and TowerCom announcements in the LEGACY environment
LEGACY RailSounds sound system dialog on a round trip
Installing a nine-volt alkaline battery
TrainMaster Command Control operations
CAB-1 Remote Controller commands
CAB-1 Remote Controller numeric keypad commands
Setting the smoke level
Conventional transformer operations
Using the LEGACY RailSounds sound system in the conventional environment
Activating CrewTalk dialog and TowerCom announcements
Locking your locomotive into a single direction
Odyssey II Speed Control system operations
Odyssey II Speed Control operations
Odyssey II Speed Control system LEGACY Control operation
Odyssey II Speed Control system TrainMaster Command Control operation
Odyssey II Speed Control system conventional transformer operation
Maintaining and servicing your locomotive
Reprogramming your locomotive to restore features
Lubricating your locomotive
Servicing your locomotive’s LEDs
Installing a different smoke stack
Replacing the traction tires
Installing the O-gauge front coupler
Locomotive diagnostics
Lionel Warranty
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Running your locomotive
Note! Power your locomotive with an alternating-current (50-60Hz AC) transformer only. Powering your locomotive with a direct-current (DC) transformer, or in excess of 19 volts AC, may result in damage to sensitive electronic components.
Note! Your locomotive requires Lionel or Lionel-compatible O-54 or larger track curves.
LEGACY Control operations
F
or the finest operating experience, your locomotive is fully
compatible with the LEGACY Control System. To operate
in LEGACY mode, you need a LEGACY Command Base and
LEGACY CAB-2 Remote Controller (6-14295).
Your commands are sent by the CAB-2 Remote Controller
to the Command Base, which sends a digital code through
the rails to your locomotive. Your locomotive will not respond
until it recognizes its unique ID#, so you can operate multiple
Figure 1. Drawbar connection
Command-equipped locomotives on the same track at the
same time.
1. Turn off track power, and then plug in the
LEGACY Base and connect it to the track.
2. Place your locomotive and tender on the track
and connect the drawbar as shown in Figure 1.
3. Increase track power voltage to full power
(no more than 19 volts AC). If a circuit breaker
trips when you turn on the Lionel power supply, check
the wheels of your locomotive to make sure they are all
securely on the track. Check to make sure the track is free Figure 2. LEGACY engine selection
of all metals that may cause a short circuit.
4. As illustrated in Figure 2, press ENG and 1
(or your selected ENG ID#) to address the
locomotive with your LEGACY CAB-2 Remote
Controller.
5. Press the Start Up key on your LEGACY CAB-2
Remote, shown in Figure 3. Then, throttle up
and move 'em out! Your engine sound will start up,
and the locomotive-specific touch screen buttons will
populate the remote. For more information on operating Figure 3. LEGACY start-up
your locomotive with the LEGACY system, please refer
to the LEGACY section of this manual. Additional
information is also found in the LEGACY System Manual,
available online at www.lionel.com.
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Running your locomotive
Note! Power your locomotive with an alternating-current (50-60Hz AC) transformer only.
Powering your locomotive with a direct-current (DC) transformer, or in excess of 19 volts AC, may result in damage to sensitive electronic components.
Note! Your locomotive requires Lionel or Lionel-compatible O-54 or larger track curves.
TrainMaster Command Control (TMCC/Command Control) operations
F
or operation in the TrainMaster Command Control environment, you need a TrainMaster
Command Base (6-12911) and a CAB-1 Remote Controller (6-12868). Refer to your TMCC
System Manual for complete information. To access all the locomotive's features, you
must operate in the LEGACY environment, as discussed on the previous page.
Your commands are sent by the CAB-1 Remote Controller to the Command Base, which
translates the command into digital code. That code is sent through the outside rails to your
locomotive, which will not respond until it recognizes its unique ID#. TrainMaster Command
Control gives you the power to operate multiple Command-equipped locomotives on the same track
at the same time.
1. Turn off track power, and then plug in the Command Base and connect it to the
track.
2. Place your locomotive and tender on the track and connect the drawbar as
shown in Figure 1 on page 4.
3. Increase track voltage to full power (no more than 19 volts AC). If a circuit
breaker trips when you turn on the Lionel power supply, check the wheels of your locomotive to
make sure they are all securely on the track. Check to make sure the track is free of all metals
that may cause a short circuit.
4. Press ENG and 1 to address your locomotive with your CAB-1 Remote
Controller.
5. Throttle up and move ‘em out.
For more information on TMCC operation, please refer to the TrainMaster Command Control
operations section of this manual or the TMCC System Manual, available online at www.lionel.
com.
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Running your locomotive
Conventional transformer operations
Note!
Note!
Note!
For Conventional operation, a Command Base must not be powered up anywhere in the area, even if it is not connected to the track. If a base is detected, your locomotive will default to Command mode.
Power your locomotive with an alternating-current (50-60Hz AC) transformer only. Powering your locomotive with a direct-current (DC) transformer, or in excess of
19 volts AC, may result in damage to sensitive electronic components.
Your locomotive requires Lionel or Lionel-compatible O-54 or larger track curves.
1. With track power off, place your locomotive and tender on the track. Connect
the drawbar as shown in Figure 1 on page 4.
2. Power up the track. If a circuit breaker trips when you turn on the Lionel power supply,
check the wheels of your locomotive to make sure they are all securely on the track. Check to
make sure the track is free of all metals that may cause a short circuit.
3. Move ‘em out! When the locomotive’s headlight illuminates and the LEGACY RailSounds
sound system starts, press the DIRECTION button on your transformer to sequence your
locomotive through the repeating pattern of operations: neutral, forward, neutral, reverse,
neutral, and so on. You may also briefly turn off track power to advance the locomotive to the
next operating state. Adjust the throttle until your locomotive moves at your desired speed.
Note! When placing your locomotive on your layout for the first time and after power
interruptions lasting longer than five seconds, it will start out in neutral.
We recommend that you operate your LEGACY locomotive with The Odyssey II
Speed Control System turned on. You may choose to operate your locomotive without speed
control by placing the Odyssey II Speed Control System switch to the NO ODY (OFF) position. See
Figure 6 on page 8 for the location of this switch.
Use the Whistle and BELL buttons on your transformer to activate those features, including
the Whistle Steam smoke effect (see page 7 for more information). Adjust the volume using the
volume control knob, which is located under the hatch on the deck of the tender. Refer to Figure 7
on page 9. For more information, please refer to the Conventional transformer operations section of
this manual.
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Locomotive basics
Adding fluid to your locomotive’s smoke generators
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our locomotive is equipped with two smoke generators that
produce safe, clean, white smoke during operation. Like a prototypical steam locomotive, the main stack emits smoke, and a blast of
"steam" is emitted from the whistle when the whistle is sounded. The
smoke unit switches must be in the ON position for the smoke effects
to operate.
To prevent damage to the heating elements, never
operate your locomotive’s smoke units without smoke
fluid. When adding fluid, DO NOT EXCEED 20 DROPS per smoke
unit as this can cause your smoke units to become oversaturated
and allow leakage onto the electronics. Add 20 drops initially to the
main stack (see Figure 4) and to the whistle steam fill location
(see Figure 5). Add 10 to 20 drops thereafter.
If you prefer to operate your locomotive without smoke, locate
the smoke unit switches under the sand dome hatch on the top of
Figure 4. Adding smoke fluid to the
the locomotive and slide them to the OFF position. Refer to Figure 6 main stack
on page 8 for the location of the switches. Main stack smoke and the
Whistle Steam effect are controlled independently.
Note! For best performance, we recommend using Lionel smoke
fluid only.
Whistle Steam
fill location
Figure 5. Whistle Steam (auxiiliary) smoke fluid fill location
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Locomotive basics
Locomotive switch locations
T
he functions of your locomotive's switches are outlined below. Refer to Figure 6 for the location
of the switches. The instructions below are specific to this particular locomotive; note that available features (and switches) may differ from other locomotives and sets.
Command Reverse Unit Switch
Used to assign an ID# and reprogram the locomotive in LEGACY and Command operation when the
switch is in the PGM position. Also used to “lock” your locomotive in a single direction, or neutral,
in conventional operation when the switch is placed in the PGM position.
Odyssey II Speed Control System Switch
Used to turn the Odyssey II Speed Control System on and off.
Smoke Unit Switch
Used to turn the main stack's smoke unit on and off. This switch is "read" by your engine at
start-up only. Switching it after start-up will have no effect.
Auxiliary Smoke Unit Switch
Used to turn the Whistle Steam smoke effect on and off. For more information, see page 7.
Sand dome hatch
(removed)
Command reverse unit
(PGM/RUN) switch
Notch
PGM
RUN
NO ODY
ODY
Odyssey II switch
MAIN SMOKE
OFF
ON
AUX SMOKE
OFF
ON
Smoke unit switch
Auxiliary smoke unit
switch
Figure 6. Locomotive switch locations
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Locomotive basics
Tender volume control location
T
he RailSounds volume control is concealed on the tender deck as illustrated in Figure 7 below.
Lift the hatch open and then rotate the volume control to adjust the volume or silence the
sounds.
Volume control
(concealed under
hatch)
Figure 7. Volume control location
Assigning your locomotive a new ID# (Legacy and TMCC)
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or operation in the LEGACY or Command Control environment, you will want to give your
locomotive a unique ID#. Your locomotive will respond to commands associated with its ID#
while all other units will disregard these commands. This procedure is not necessary for
conventional (non-Command) operation.
1. Slide the program run switch on your locomotive to the PGM position. See
Figure 6 on page 8.
2. Place the locomotive on the track.
3. Connect the Command Base and plug it in.
4. Power up the track.
5. Press ENG on the CAB-1 or CAB-2 remote.
6. Enter the unique ID#. Choose any number from 1 to 98 that has not been
assigned to another locomotive (ENG). We recommend using a part of your
locomotive’s road number.
Note! All LEGACY locomotives respond to ENG 99. We recommend that you reserve ID# 99 as a
"universal" ID#.
7. Press SET. The locomotive’s whistle will sound, or the headlights will flash if
the RailSounds sound system is off.
8. Slide the program run switch back to the RUN position.
The locomotive’s ID# has been set. Be sure to record the new ID# for your reference.
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Locomotive basics
Lash-ups (for LEGACY operation only)
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n the Command environment, building a lash-up allows you to control your locomotives
as one unit in a prototypical manner. It is still possible to control any of the engines in
the lash-up individually. When you issue a train command, the individual engine you were
controlling will return to the group. If there is a difference in speed, the individual Engine will
return to the speed of the lash-up at the rate set in the train momentum.
To build a lash-up, assign a unique engine (ENG) ID# to each unit. See page 9 for details.
Build a Lashup
1. Address the train ID# you wish to create or
change, 1 to 99.
2. Press INFO.
3. Press BUILD softkey (button directly under
BUILD).
4. Enter the front engine number. It is not
necessary to enter ENG, just enter the #. It will
appear in the blinking box.
5. Press ADD to add the front engine. The engine
will move to the right and the blinking box will
be ready for your next engine to be added.
See reference numbers 1, and 2
6. Enter the second engine ID# in the blinking box.
7. Press ADD to add the second engine. The engine
will move to the right and the blinking box will be
ready for your next engine to be added.
8. Add all the engines you want in your lash-up in
this matter.
9. To change the direction of an engine in your lash- See reference number 3
up, turn the Velocity Throttle to move the engine
you want into the blinking box. Then press DIR to
change the direction of the engine.
10. To delete an engine in your lash-up, turn the
Velocity Throttle to move the engine you want to
NG
delete into the blinking box. Then press DEL.
See reference number 4
11. To save your lash-up, press SET. Watch the
onscreen prompts and wait until you see the
message TRAIN CREATED.
12. Press CTC to exit to the operating screen.
NG
See reference numbers 6 and 7
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LEGACY Control System operations
The LEGACY CAB-2 Remote Controller
Main Display
Displays real-time information about your railroad
system. Displays real-time feedback of operation.
Info Button
Used to enter/view the info/options of
selected components.
CTC Button
Press and hold to turn your remote
on and off. Tap this button to enter
the remote and base options.
Tap it again to return to the main
screen.
Scroll Button
Navigates through the entire list
of Engines, Trains, Switches, etc.
Select Button
Performs addressing by
3-4 digit road number.
Touch Screen Key Pad
A group of touch sensitive
keys with icons for each
function. These keys serve
many purposes and their icons
change accordingly.
Train Brake Slider
This slider is used to increase
or decrease the amount of Train
Brake affecting the engine or train.
Soft Keys
These keys directly correlate to the
5 selection boxes located at the
bottom of the main display. These
are also used in the info/option
menus to select options.
Warning Sound Controller
Warning Bell and Variable Whistle
control. Pull down to sound Whistle
and activate Whistle Steam effect
(see page 7). Push up and release
to trigger Warning Bell.
Multi Controller
Boost, Brake, and Direction
control. Rock forward for Boost,
rock backward for engine brake,
and press down for direction
change. Click-hold-and rock for
absolute direction selection.
Train Link Button
Quick select of Train-Link
devices (LEGACY Control
System Version 1.3)
AUX-1/Thru Button
Press to view the Control
Panel while operating.
Controls switch direction.
Front & Rear Coupler Buttons
Fire couplers.
Emergency Halt Button
Stops everything on
layout; also stops
recording playback.
Feedback Button
Toggle ON/OFF the vibration feedback
feature in the CAB-2 Remote.
AUX-2/Out Button
Controls switch direction.
Toggles all lights on/off,
except lights that are wired
to track power.
Official R.R. Speed Control Bar
Toggles the touchscreen display of
R.R. preset speeds and control panel.
Record Button
Used to record and play
back events.
Low, Medium, High Momentum Buttons
Used to select the desired momentum of
your addressed engine/train/accessory.
Velocity Throttle
Throttle control over
engines, also used to
navigate thru info/options.
Set Button
Used to set Engine address and for
programming.
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LEGACY Control System operations
Note! This section is a brief overview of the LEGACY Control System. For a more in-depth explanation of the LEGACY Control System features, please see your LEGACY Control System Operations Manual, available online at www.lionel.com.
The Velocity Throttle
The Velocity Throttle (the red rotary knob on the bottom of your Lionel
remote) is used to start your engine moving, slow it down or speed it up. Use it
simply by turning it clockwise (speed up) or counter-clockwise (slow down).
The Multi-Controller
Direction
The direction of your engine toggles between forward and reverse at the
touch of the Multi-Controller. Press the center of the Multi-Controller once,
and your engine's lights will change directions and the engine will stop until
you throttle up again in the new direction.
Boost & Brake
Boost and brake give you another way to control the speed of your train.
Boost gives your loco a temporary increase in tractive power, and returns to the
previous speed when you release the control, while the brake command slows
you down more quickly than the Velocity Throttle alone.
The Train Brake Slider
The Train Brake is used to slow down and limit the top
speed of your train by adding a load. The more the Train
Brake is applied by pulling the Train Brake Slider down, the
more laboring is heard from the engine. Eventually Train
Brake application will slow down the train and it is even
possible to stop a train by pulling the Train Brake Slider all
the way down. If your smoke unit is turned on, you'll also
see more smoke as the slider is pulled down.
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LEGACY Control System operations
The Warning Sound Controller
Warning sounds are an important part of Lionel Railroading. Your
Lionel Legacy Control System equipped engines have a real-time variable
"quilling" whistle.
Blow the whistle and activate the Whistle Steam effect (see page 7) by
pulling down on the Warning Sound Controller. Notice the difference in
intensity of the whistle sound.
Strike the bell once by pushing the Warning Sound Controller up and
releasing quickly. To activate continuous bell sounds, push the Warning
Sound Controller up and hold it for 1.5 seconds. To discontinue the bell
sounds, push and hold the Warning Sound Controller up until the bell
stops.
The Speed Bar
The Speed Bar is used to select a new
touch-screen Icon Control set. This set of
touch-screen keys is used to select prototypical
preset speeds. The speed of the engine changes
with each press and release of a different Preset
Speed key.
• Tap a key, and your locomotive will
immediately begin moving to that speed.
• Press and hold a key, and you'll hear the
dispatcher radio the engineer and order
him to move to that speed.
• If you hold the key until the dialog is
finished, the engineer will indicate that
he is "increasing to...", "slowing to...", or
"we are at..." the command speed.
You can also use the Velocity Throttle
and other action controls in this mode and
continue to use Preset speeds at the same time.
Press AUX1 to leave the Preset speed mode and return to the Standard Control Panel. Press
the speed bar to toggle between the Speed Control Panel and the Standard Control Panel.
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LEGACY Control System operations
EFX Trim and EFX Bar Graph
Sound and smoke effects of the engine can be trimmed higher or lower depending on your
operating preference. Pressing the EFX up button will make the engine sound like it is working
harder and will also increase the smoke output (if the smoke unit is turned on). Similarly,
the EFX down button will decrease the laboring sound of the engine and smoke. A RESET
command will return the EFX trim to its default setting.
Notice that the current EFX level is displayed on the remote as a bar graph inside the soft
key to the left of the ROLL button. The height of this graph varies with the EFX keys, throttle
and train brake adjustments.
Leaving the Preset Speed Screen
Use the Speed Bar to leave the Speed Panel and return to the Control panel. Press the Speed
Bar to toggle between the Speed Control Panel and the Standard Control Panel.
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LEGACY RailSounds Sound System operations
LEGACY RailSounds sound system
Volume UP
Raises the overall master volume of the LEGACY
RailSounds sound system. To independently adjust
the level of the background sounds only (e.g., the
chuffing sounds and steam hiss), tap AUX1 and
then this key.
CrewTalk
Engineer begins radio dialog, dispatcher
replies.
Water Injector/Water Tower
When the engine is in motion,
plays the sound of water flowing
from the tender to the boiler.
When the engine is stopped,
plays the sound of the water
tower refilling the tender.
RailSounds Shutdown
Activates the LEGACY
RailSounds sound system
shutdown sequence when
stopped.
Emergency Stop
Activates the emergency stop
feature while in motion.
(Icon will change as the state
of the locomotive changes).
Volume DOWN
Lowers the overall master volume of the LEGACY
RailSounds sound system. To independently adjust
the level of the background sounds only (e.g.,
chuffing sounds and steam hiss), tap AUX1 and
then this key. Volume settings are retaining when
track power is turned off.
Stops and resets the locomotive
Resets the locomotives direction to
forward. Press and hold to activate a
fueling sequence. Fueling sounds.
TowerCom
Dispatcher begins radio dialog,
engineer replies.
When adjusting the overall volume, you'll hear a single bell hit that gets louder or softer
with each volume adjustment. When the volume is at maximum, additional button presses
have no effect and won't play the bell. When adjusting the background sounds (AUX1, then a
volume key) you'll hear the volume change without a single bell hit.
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LEGACY RailSounds Sound System operations
LEGACY RailSounds Sequence Control
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our LEGACY-equipped locomotive features Sequence Control. Based on the movement and speed
of the locomotive, Sequence Control automatically plays the sound effects of an entire trip, from
departure to destination, while you run your locomotive. Prototypical whistle signals, bell, and radio
chatter are added automatically as you spin your throttle—no need to memorize a sequence of button presses.
To activate the Sequence Control feature, press and hold the AUX1 button for three
seconds. You'll hear a unique bell/whistle signal, indicating that Sequence Control is now
enabled. Release the AUX1 key when you hear the sound.
Now, radio chatter, air brake release, and warning signals will play automatically as you
move out, reach cruising speed, and then decelerate for arrival, as illustrated in Figure 8. Plus,
you can still activate CrewTalk communication and TowerCom announcements using your
remote.
To discontinue Sequence Control, you must tap AUX1, and then tap the 0 key or the
RESET button. Cycling track power off and back on also turns off Sequence Control mode.
Note! During sequence control mode operation, speed step 1 is used to trigger departure
effects such as air brake release and departure whistle. Therefore your engine will
not begin moving until speed step 2 and the Roll Mode button will bring your engine
to a stop while Sequence Control mode is enabled. For the most realistic operation,
medium or high momentum is recommended when using Sequence Control.
Automatic Sequence Control
The actual dialog will vary.
SEQUENCE CONTROL
ENABLED (hold AUX1 for 3
seconds) - Ding-ding-toot!
AT A STOP, after a long
pause - “Dispatcher, we
have a clear signal.”/ ”Roger
that.”
THROTTLE UP TO STEP
1 - Air brakes release,
departure whistle.
THROTTLE UP TO STEP
2+ - Bell on. "Train is
moving."/"Copy.".
1/8 THROTTLE Bell off.
1/3 THROTTLE Whistle signal (in
transit.).
STOP - Bell
off. "We are in
position."/
"Copy.".
SLOW BELOW
1/8 THROTTLE Bell on.
3/4 THROTTLE - Crossing
signal "We are at
SLOW BELOW 1/3 THROTTLE - maximum authorized
Whistle arrival signal. “We are speed.".
arriving,”/ “Roger.”
Figure 8. LEGACY RailSounds automatic Sequence Control
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LEGACY Control System operations
CrewTalk dialog and TowerCom announcements in the LEGACY
environment
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n addition to the automatic triggering of dialog via Sequence Control mode operation (see the previous section), you may control the dialog manually.
CrewTalk dialog and TowerCom announcements feature a variety of brief radio
conversations between the engineer and dispatcher. CrewTalk dialog is an engineer-initiated
radio conversation with the dispatcher. TowerCom announcements are a dispatcher-initiated
radio conversation with the engineer. Be sure to listen for the different combinations of words
and phrases that comprise these exchanges.
Refer to Table 1 below for the dialog commands. The dialog in the table provides
examples of the conversations you can trigger. The actual dialog will vary.
Locomotive
Stopped
Moving
Commands
AUX1, 2
AUX1, 7
2
7
5 or AUX1, 5
AUX1, 0
3
2
2
AUX1, 2
7 or
AUX1, 7*
5 or
AUX1, 5
Example dialog
Crew: Ask To Depart
Tower: Deny Departure
Tower: Ask To Standby
Crew: Acknowledge
Crew: Ask To Depart
Tower: Approve Departure
Tower: Approve Departure
Crew: Acknowledge
Crew: Shutdown Announcement
Shutdown sequence
Hold 3 seconds. Coal loading sounds. Crew: Coal is full.
Water loading sounds. Crew: Water is full.
Recent departure. Crew: Train is underway
Tower: Acknowledge
Crew: Are we clear ahead?
Tower: Acknowledge
Crew: Report engine status
Tower: Clear in-bound
Crew: Acknowledge
Tower: Emergency stop
Crew: Acknowledge
Table 1. LEGACY Remote Controller dialog commands
*Activating 7 or AUX1, 7 while the locomotive is in motion enables an arrival
conversation for 30 seconds. If the train stops within this time, pressing 2 will play this
special conversation.
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LEGACY RailSounds Sound System operations
LEGACY RailSounds sound system dialog on a round trip
Refer to Figure 9 for a sample dialog script for manually controlled dialog on the locomotive’s
round trip using the numeric keypad. See page 16 for the automatic Sequence Control.
Locomotive STOPPED
The actual dialog will vary.
AUX1, 2 - “Are we
5 or AUX1, 5 - Crew shutdown
clear?”/” No, stand by.”
announcement. Shutdown
2 - “Can we go yet?”/”Yes, sequence.
you are clear.”
AUX1, 7 - “Stand by.”
7 - “You are clear.”
Locomotive IN MOTION
The actual dialog will vary.
RECENT DEPARTURE
2 - “Train is
underway.”/“Roger,
you are clear.”
2 - “Still clear ahead?”/
“Roger, you are clear.”
AUX1, 2 - Crew reports
coal or water levels and
current speed.
5 or AUX1, 5 - Emergency
stop.
Figure 9. LEGACY RailSounds sound system dialog on a round trip
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AUX1, 7 - “You are
clear inbound.”
7 - “All clear ahead.”
LEGACY RailSounds Sound System operations
Installing a nine-volt alkaline battery
A
lthough the LEGACY RailSounds sound system is powered through the track, we
recommend that you install a nine-volt alkaline battery in the tender to prevent the
sound system from shutting down during track power interruptions (for example, at a switch
or a dirty section of track). Follow these steps and refer to Figure 10 as you install the battery.
Note! If the RailSounds sound system turns off during interruptions in track power, you
may need to replace the battery.
1. Remove the body screws from the underside of the tender.
2. Lift the body off the frame. Be careful to avoid pulling on the wires that connect the body
to the frame.
3. Remove the protective cover from the battery harness.
4. Snap the battery harness onto the nine-volt alkaline battery’s terminals.
5. Slide the battery into the battery holder, which is attached to the tender's frame.
6. Replace the body on the frame and secure it with the body mounting screws. Be careful to
avoid pinching wires between the body and the frame.
Note! To prevent damage to the body, do not overtighten the screws.
Battery harness
Battery holder
Battery
Inside of the tender
Figure 10. Installing the battery in the tender
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TrainMaster Command Control operations
CAB-1 Remote Controller commands
T
he CAB-1 Remote Controller commands are detailed below. The corresponding RailSounds
sound system effects are in bold italic type.
Releases the ElectroCoupler on the rear of the
tender. Coupler release sound.
Activates the numeric keypad. Short steam release
sound.
Controls switch direction. Toggles all lights on/off,
except lights that are wired to track power.
Accelerates the locomotive with a clockwise
rotation. Decelerates the locomotive with a
counter-clockwise rotation. Speed-dependent chuffing sounds. DynaChuff dynamic chuffing
effect.
Activates the locomotive’s whistle sound and the
Whistle Steam smoke effect (see page 7 for more
information). Release the button to discontinue the
sound. Whistle sound.
Toggles the bell sound on and off.
Bell sound.
Changes the locomotive’s direction. The locomotive
decelerates to a stop and continues in the opposite
direction when you increase the throttle. Air
release sound.
Increases the locomotive’s speed while the button is
pressed. Release the button to return to the initial
speed. Labored chuff.
Decreases the locomotive’s speed while the button is
pressed. Squealing brake sounds.
Shuts down all PowerMasters on your railroad. Stops
all TrainMaster Command Control-equipped
locomotives in operation. Use HALT only in
emergency situations.
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SET
L
M
H
Odyssey II Momentum
L 32 speed steps with low
momentum
M 100 speed steps with low
momentum
H 100 speed steps with medium
momentum
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TrainMaster Command Control operations
CAB-1 Remote Controller numeric keypad commands
W
hen you press the AUX1 button on your CAB-1 Remote Controller, you turn the numeric
keypad into ten command buttons. After you press the AUX1 button, you will be able
to press any numbered button until you address a different product. The corresponding
RailSounds sound system effects are in italic type.
Stops and resets the locomotive. Resets the locomotive’s direction to forward.
Your locomotive keeps track of its coal and water levels. Higher engine speeds and/or heavy
labor will use fuel at a faster rate. Like a prototypical steam locomotive, water is consumed
at a faster rate than coal.
A "long reset" plays the sound of coal pouring into the tender. Press and hold AUX1, 0
for at least three seconds. The coal loading lasts as long as you hold the button. When
you release the button, the sounds will stop and you will hear the engineer confirm that
the tank is full. This also automatically refills your water level, which can be refilled
independently using the 3 button. Refueling sequence.
Raises the overall master volume of the LEGACY RailSounds sound system. To
independently adjust the level of the background sounds only (e.g., the chuffing and steam
hiss), tap AUX1 and then this key. Sound volume increases.
When adjusting the overall volume, you'll hear a single bell hit that gets louder or softer
with each volume adjustment. When the volume is at maximum, additional button
presses have no effect and won't play the bell. When adjusting the background sounds
(AUX1, then a volume key) you'll hear the volume change without a single bell hit.
Engineer begins radio dialog, dispatcher replies (see page 17). To hear the engineer say the
current level of coal or water and current speed, press AUX1, 2 or AUX1, CrewTalk while
the engine is in motion. CrewTalk communication.
In motion, plays the sound of the injector transferring water from the tender to the boiler. At
a stop, plays the sound of a water tower spigot arm lowering, then water gushing from the
tower into the tender, which also "refills" the virtual water level in the tender and plays a
confirming radio dialog. Water injector/water tower sounds.
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TrainMaster Command Control operations
CAB-1 Remote Controller numeric keypad commands (continued)
Lowers the overall master volume of the LEGACY RailSounds sound system. To
independently adjust the level of the background sounds only (e.g., chuffing and steam
hiss), tap AUX1 and then this key. Volume settings are retained when track power is
turned off. Sound volume decreases.
Activates the LEGACY RailSounds sound system shutdown sequence when stopped.
Activates the emergency stop feature while in motion. Note that, in the shutdown
sequence, the smoke unit will turn off if it was already on.
Triggers the Blowdown sound. r
Dispatcher begins radio dialog, engineer replies (see page 17). TowerCom
announcement.
Turns off the smoke units. Let-off sound.
Turns on the smoke units if the smoke units' switches are in the ON position. Be sure to
add smoke fluid before turning on the smoke unit to prevent damage to your locomotive.
Let-off sound.
Note! AUX1, 8 and 9 function only if the locomotive’s smoke unit switch is in the ON position.
Setting the smoke level
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ou may adjust the level of smoke production using your Remote. Use the sequences below.
Low smoke production: AUX2, 9, L, AUX2
Medium smoke production: AUX2, 9, M, AUX2
High smoke production: AUX2, 9, H, AUX2
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Conventional transformer operations
Using the LEGACY RailSounds sound system in the conventional
environment
W
hen you first power up your locomotive, you will hear the sounds of the locomotive at rest.
As the locomotive moves, the chuffing sounds automatically increase with the locomotive’s
speed. In the conventional environment, the whistle and bell sounds are activated by your transformer controls, if so equipped.
To adjust the volume, use the volume control knob. Refer to Figure 7 on page 9 for the location
of the volume control knob.
In the conventional environment, you will experience several features of the LEGACY RailSounds
sound system.
• DynaChuff. Your locomotive's speed automatically determines the character of the chuffing
sounds. At low speeds, the chuffing sounds are longer. When you highball down the mainline,
the chuffing intensity becomes more percussive.
• MultiWhistle. A different whistle sound at different speeds.
• Mechanical bell. Press BELL on your transformer to begin the effect, then press BELL a
second time to discontinue the effect.
• CrewTalk dialog and TowerCom announcements. These brief conversations between
the train crew and the tower are triggered by short whistle blasts.
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Conventional transformer operations
Activating the CrewTalk dialog and TowerCom announcements
I
n the conventional environment, CrewTalk dialog and TowerCom announcements are triggered by
short whistle blasts and vary with the state of the locomotive.
• If the locomotive has been stopped for less than 15 seconds, a short whistle blast triggers a
“please standby” dialog.
• If the locomotive has been stopped for longer than 15 seconds, a short whistle blast triggers
a “cleared outbound” dialog.
• If the locomotive has started moving within the last seven seconds, a short whistle blast
will trigger a "train is underway" dialog.
• If the locomotive has been moving for more than seven seconds, a short whistle blast will
trigger a "are we clear?" dialog.
• If the locomotive has been moving and the bell is ringing, a short whistle blast will trigger
a "go to restricted speed" dialog.
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Conventional transformer operations
Locking your locomotive into a single direction
W
hen the Command reverse unit switch is in the RUN position, your locomotive sequences
through a repeating pattern of operations: forward, neutral, reverse, neutral, and so on.
To “lock” your locomotive into a single direction (for example, to operate in forward
only), you can deactivate the Command reverse unit’s sequencing function.
1. Use your transformer’s DIRECTION button or interruptions in track power
to get your locomotive moving slowly in the desired direction or into
neutral.
2. Slide the Command reverse unit switch to the PGM position. At this point,
the locomotive is “locked” into your chosen direction. See Figure 6 on
page 8 for the location of this switch.
To restore the forward-neutral-reverse sequence, just slide the Command reverse unit
switch back to the RUN position.
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Odyssey II Speed Control system operations
Odyssey II Speed Control system operations
T
he Odyssey II Speed Control system is “cruise control” for your locomotive. Once the speed control
is set, your locomotive will maintain a constant speed, no matter what load is placed on the locomotive or what grades you have on your layout. The Odyssey II Speed Control system also allows for
extremely slow movement that will amaze any scale enthusiast.
Odyssey II Speed Control System LEGACY Control operation
I
n LEGACY Control System CAB-2 mode, Odyssey II Speed Control system provides 0-199 speed steps.
For a more in-depth explanation of the LEGACY Control System features, please see your LEGACY
Control System operations manual, available online at www.lionel.com.
Odyssey II Speed Control system TrainMaster Command Control
operation
W
hen the Odyssey II Speed Control system is activated, changes in the speed of the locomotive
will correspond to each signal from the Command Base. For example, when you address the
locomotive and slowly turn the throttle knob, the first flash of the red light on the Command Base
corresponds to the first speed step, which is the slowest speed of the locomotive. The locomotive will
maintain that speed until you increase or decrease the throttle.
In TrainMaster Command Control CAB-1 mode, Odyssey II Speed Control System now
provides selectable resolution and momentum. See the momentum settings listed on page 20.
Odyssey II Speed Control system conventional transformer operation
T
he Odyssey II Speed Control system is automatically operational when you operate your locomotive in conventional (non-Command Control) mode, as long as the Odyssey II Speed Control
system switch is in the ODY position (see Figure 6 on page 8). This means that your locomotive will
maintain a constant speed, compensating for grades, loads, and turns. Simply use your transformer’s
throttle to adjust the speed of your locomotive.
Note! Because of the way that speed control operates in conventional mode, you will
notice a slight delay between adjusting your transformer throttle and the change
in the speed of your locomotive. If you desire instantaneous response to throttle
changes, turn off the Odyssey II Speed Control system using the Odyssey II Speed
Control switch (see Figure 6 on page 8).
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Maintaining and servicing your locomotive
Reprogramming your locomotive to restore features
I
f your locomotive is unresponsive to your commands in the Command Control environment, we
recommend that you follow this procedure to reset your locomotive. All factory default settings will
be restored when you reprogram the locomotive.
1. Slide the program run switch to the PGM position.
2. Plug in and connect your LEGACY Base.
3. Place your locomotive on the track, then power up the track.
4. Press ENG and enter the locomotive’s ID#.
5. Press SET.
6. Turn off track power and wait ten seconds.
7. Slide the program run switch back to the RUN position.
At this point, your locomotive has been reset. Restore power to the track and operate the
locomotive as usual. Be sure to use the ID# entered in Step 4.
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Maintaining and servicing your locomotive
Lubricating your locomotive
H
elp your Lionel locomotive lead a long and productive life on your railroad by maintaining
it properly. To keep your locomotive lubricated, we recommend that you purchase a Lionel
Lubrication and Maintenance Kit (6-62927), available from your authorized Lionel dealer.
When you find that the lubrication points illustrated in Figure 11 appear dry, lubricate
your locomotive after you have removed any accumulated dirt and dust. There are two basic
rules to keep in mind when you are lubricating your locomotive: use only a small amount of
lubrication and avoid getting grease or oil on your locomotive’s wheels, roller pick-ups, or the
track.
Lubricate with
Lionel oil sparingly
Lubricate with
Lionel oil sparingly,
both sides
Lubricate with
Lionel oil sparingly
both sides
Lubricate with
Lionel oil sparingly
Figure 11. Lubrication points
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Maintaining and servicing your locomotive
Servicing your locomotive’s LEDs
Note! If the locomotive is powered up and the lights are not on, check that the AUX2
command was not used to turn the lamps off.
our locomotive is illuminated by several LEDs that are expected to last for the life of the
locomotive. The LED’s are not user serviceable. If service is required, we recommend that
you have your locomotive serviced at a Lionel Factory Trained Authorized Service Station.
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Installing a different smoke stack
Y
our locomotive features three interchangeable smoke stacks. You may choose to install
one of the other stacks to more accurately model the prototype as it appeared throughout
its service life.
To install a different stack, simply pull the stack up and out of the boiler to remove it. As
shown in Figure 12, press in either of the other two versions supplied. Store the spare parts in
a safe place for future use.
Figure 12. Stack installation
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Maintaining and servicing your locomotive
Replacing the traction tires
Y
our locomotive is equipped with traction tires. This means that two of the drive wheels
are fitted with rubber traction tires to enhance tractive effort so your locomotive can pull
many cars at once.
Lionel has provided extra traction tires to replace the installed traction tires if they ever
wear out. The traction tires are replaced by unscrewing the drive rod screws using the supplied
wrench. See Figure 13. Slip off the old traction tire and remove it from under the drive rod.
Place the new traction tire (Lionel part no. 6000222108) on the wheel and re-tighten the drive
rod screw.
Figure 13. Replacing traction tires
Installing the O-gauge front coupler
A
n O-gauge coupler (non-operating) is
included with your locomotive for those
who may wish to “double-head” their trains
with a second 4-8-4 or another LEGACY
locomotive.
Straighten out the wire coupler pin with
a pair of needle nose pliers. The coupler
pin runs through the scale coupler. Using a
Phillips head screwdriver, loosen and remove
the screw holding the scale coupler shown in
Figure 14. Remove the scale coupler. Position
the O-gauge coupler and secure with the
previously removed screw.
Figure 14. Scale coupler installation
Store the scale coupler in a safe place for
possible reassembly at a later date.
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Maintaining and servicing your locomotive
Locomotive Diagnostics
Y
our locomotive includes built-in diagnostics to monitor the condition of the main drive motor
and smoke system. If a problem is detected, the locomotive's cab light will blink a diagnostic
code.
If you see the light inside the cab flashing, press RESET (for LEGACY operation), 0
(for TMCC operation), or DIRECTION/power interruption (for conventional operation)
to attempt to clear the problem. The locomotive will immediately check itself again. If the
problem persists, the cab light will blink the code again.
Note that smoke-related errors can be reset a maximum of three times. On the third try,
if the problem still persists, the smoke unit will be shut down and must be returned to Lionel
Service for repair.
Note!
Turning the smoke unit switch to the off position will disable diagnostic checks of
the smoke system.
Number of Blinks
1
2
3
4
5
Diagnostic Code Description
Main drive motor stalled.
Smoke 1 element problem.
Smoke 1 fan problem.
Not applicable.
Not applicable.
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Lionel Limited Warranty Policy & Service
Lionel product, including all mechanical and electrical components, moving parts, motors and structural components, with the
Tyearhisexception
of LIGHT BULBS, LED’s & TRACTION TIRES are warranted to the original owner-purchaser for a period of one
from the original date of purchase against original defects in materials or workmanship when purchased through a Lionel
Authorized Retailer*.
This warranty does NOT cover the following:
• Normal wear and tear
• Light bulbs or LED’s
• Defects appearing in the course of commercial use
• Damage resulting from abuse/misuse of the product
Transfer of this product by the original owner-purchaser to another person voids this warranty in its entirety. Modification of this product in
any way; visually mechanically or electronically, voids the warranty in its entirety.
Any warranted product which is defective in original materials or workmanship and is delivered by the original owner-purchaser
(this warranty is non-transferrable) to Lionel LLC or any Lionel Authorized Service Station MUST be accompanied by the original receipt for
purchase (or copy) from an Authorized Lionel Retailer*, will at the discretion of Lionel LLC, be repaired or replaced, without charge for
parts or labor. In the event the defective product cannot be repaired, and a suitable replacement is not available, Lionel will offer to replace the
product with a comparable model (determined by Lionel LLC), if available. In the event a comparable model is not available the customer
will be refunded the original purchase price (requires proof of purchase from the Authorized Lionel Retailer* it was originally purchased).
Any products on which warranty service is sought must be sent freight or postage prepaid (Lionel will refuse any package when postage is due).
Transportation and shipping charges are not covered as part of this warranty.
NOTE: Products that require service that do not have a receipt from an LIONEL AUTHORIZED RETAILER* will be
required to pay for all parts required to repair the product (labor will not incur a charge) providing the product is
not older than 3 years from date of manufacture and is within 1 year from date of purchase. A copy of the original
sales receipt is required.
In no event shall Lionel LLC be held liable for incidental or consequential damages.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
Instructions for Obtaining Service
If service for this Lionel LLC product is required; bring the item, along with your DATED sales receipt and completed warranty information
(at the bottom of this page) to the nearest Lionel Authorized Service Station. Your nearest Lionel Service Station can be found by calling
1-800-4-LIONEL or by accessing the website at www.lionel.com.
If you prefer to send your Lionel product directly to Lionel, for repair you must FIRST call 586-949-4100 extension 9105 or FAX Lionel at
586-949-5429 or write to Customer Service, 26750 Twenty Three Mile Road, Chesterfield, MI 48051-2493. Please have the 6-digit Lionel product
number, the date of original purchase, the dealer where the item was purchased and what seems to be the problem. You will receive a return
authorization (RA) number to ensure your merchandise will be properly tracked and handled upon receipt at Lionel LLC.
Once you have your Return Authorization (RA) number, make sure the item is packed in its original Styrofoam inner container which is
placed inside the original outer display box (this will help prevent damage during shipping and handling). This shipment MUST be prepaid and
we recommend that it be insured with the carrier of your choice.
Please make sure you have followed all of the above instructions carefully before returning any merchandise for service. You may choose to
have your product repaired by one of Lionel LLC’s Authorized Service Stations after its warranty has expired. A reasonable service fee should be
expected once the product warranty has expired.
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Please complete the information below and keep it, along with your DATED ORIGINAL SALES RECEIPT. You MUST present this form
AND your DATED SALES RECEIPT when requesting warranty service.
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