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Re: What's with CV 56.1

Bruce Shanks
 

No luck getting the receiver to respond. Tried DC on the rails and a DC power supply on the Battery side of the switch, and putting the decoder into wireless mode with DC and the reed switch input and CV 56.1 on the Titan.
It just wants to run the loco at speed corresponding with voltage unless DC operation is turned off with CV 29. Why does a reset change CV 29 back to 6, which is setting the decoder up to operate on DC as well as 28 DCC speed steps?

Receiver frequency indicator dot is on 0 and the AirWire throttle says Freq. 0. I noticed on the back side of the receiver board near the disable pads, there are 4 pads labeled PWR, RX+, RX-, and GND. A voltmeter check from PWR to GND always read 0.0 in all my testing, including both the Magnum and Titan decoders. Since both decoders gave the same result, I suspected the cable. Checked the ribbon cable out with an ohm meter and all 5 stripes are good. Gave a shot of canned air into the receptacles on both ends before reinserting the cable. No change. I can't figure out why two different decoders (differing models to boot) give no voltage out. I only have access to one (borrowed) AirWire throttle, and the one G-wire receiver, so either of them could be bad, but the throttle works at the club, and assuming the the pads on the receiver are the inputs, it doesn't explain the lack of voltage.

I guess I'm in the market for some Convertr's

Thanks for your time.

Bruce Shanks

Re: QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

Steven Lansing
 

A new style of Titan board or a new version decoder board all together?

Thanks

On Saturday, February 23, 2019, 10:57:14 AM EST, michaeljbrady michaeljbrady@... [QSIndustries] <QSIndustries@...> wrote:


 

Both is what I'm told by Kelly-...Mike



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-------- Original message --------
From: "Steven Lansing steven_lansing@... [QSIndustries]"
Date: 2/22/19 10:24 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: "michaeljbrady michaeljbrady@... [QSIndustries]"
Subject: Re: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 

New steam files for the Titan or a new decoder type board release?

On Thursday, February 21, 2019, 12:15:36 PM EST, michaeljbrady michaeljbrady@... [QSIndustries] wrote:


 

You're probably spot on Lou, I'm sure Kelly Dorf will handle it all when the new boards are released... I'm optimistic and very loyal to QSI., Mike



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-------- Original message --------
From: "'Lou Venema' tpwillie@... [QSIndustries]"
Date: 2/21/19 9:44 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: RE: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 

I would not expect a lot of information about an upcoming decoder. Letting out too much information too soon can lead to problems once the product is out. Not everything explored will end up in the finished product which will lead to upset customers. Early leaks will also call for a lot of email about what they should be putting in the decoder instead of what they plan to and constant questions about when it will be out.

 

Lou

 

From: QSIndustries@... Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 9:58 PM
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: Re: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 




Thanks Mike.  Looking forward to see what they do eith the new releases.  But it shure would be nice to get some more detailed info on the steam engine files and programing.  There has been a lot of piecemeal info released but not a lot of in depth descriptions. 

Yank




Re: QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

mike brady
 

Both is what I'm told by Kelly-...Mike



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-------- Original message --------
From: "Steven Lansing steven_lansing@... [QSIndustries]" <QSIndustries@...>
Date: 2/22/19 10:24 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: "michaeljbrady michaeljbrady@... [QSIndustries]" <QSIndustries@...>
Subject: Re: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 

New steam files for the Titan or a new decoder type board release?

On Thursday, February 21, 2019, 12:15:36 PM EST, michaeljbrady michaeljbrady@... [QSIndustries] <QSIndustries@...> wrote:


 

You're probably spot on Lou, I'm sure Kelly Dorf will handle it all when the new boards are released... I'm optimistic and very loyal to QSI., Mike



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-------- Original message --------
From: "'Lou Venema' tpwillie@... [QSIndustries]" <QSIndustries@...>
Date: 2/21/19 9:44 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: RE: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 

I would not expect a lot of information about an upcoming decoder. Letting out too much information too soon can lead to problems once the product is out. Not everything explored will end up in the finished product which will lead to upset customers. Early leaks will also call for a lot of email about what they should be putting in the decoder instead of what they plan to and constant questions about when it will be out.

 

Lou

 

From: QSIndustries@... <QSIndustries@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 9:58 PM
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: Re: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 




Thanks Mike.  Looking forward to see what they do eith the new releases.  But it shure would be nice to get some more detailed info on the steam engine files and programing.  There has been a lot of piecemeal info released but not a lot of in depth descriptions. 

Yank




Re: QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

Steven Lansing
 

New steam files for the Titan or a new decoder type board release?

On Thursday, February 21, 2019, 12:15:36 PM EST, michaeljbrady michaeljbrady@... [QSIndustries] wrote:


 

You're probably spot on Lou, I'm sure Kelly Dorf will handle it all when the new boards are released... I'm optimistic and very loyal to QSI., Mike



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-------- Original message --------
From: "'Lou Venema' tpwillie@... [QSIndustries]"
Date: 2/21/19 9:44 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: RE: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 

I would not expect a lot of information about an upcoming decoder. Letting out too much information too soon can lead to problems once the product is out. Not everything explored will end up in the finished product which will lead to upset customers. Early leaks will also call for a lot of email about what they should be putting in the decoder instead of what they plan to and constant questions about when it will be out.

 

Lou

 

From: QSIndustries@... Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 9:58 PM
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: Re: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 




Thanks Mike.  Looking forward to see what they do eith the new releases.  But it shure would be nice to get some more detailed info on the steam engine files and programing.  There has been a lot of piecemeal info released but not a lot of in depth descriptions. 

Yank




Re: QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

mike brady
 

You're probably spot on Lou, I'm sure Kelly Dorf will handle it all when the new boards are released... I'm optimistic and very loyal to QSI., Mike



Sent from my MetroPCS 4G LTE Android Device

-------- Original message --------
From: "'Lou Venema' tpwillie@... [QSIndustries]" <QSIndustries@...>
Date: 2/21/19 9:44 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: RE: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 

I would not expect a lot of information about an upcoming decoder. Letting out too much information too soon can lead to problems once the product is out. Not everything explored will end up in the finished product which will lead to upset customers. Early leaks will also call for a lot of email about what they should be putting in the decoder instead of what they plan to and constant questions about when it will be out.

 

Lou

 

From: QSIndustries@... <QSIndustries@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 9:58 PM
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: Re: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 




Thanks Mike.  Looking forward to see what they do eith the new releases.  But it shure would be nice to get some more detailed info on the steam engine files and programing.  There has been a lot of piecemeal info released but not a lot of in depth descriptions. 

Yank




Re: QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

Lou
 

I would not expect a lot of information about an upcoming decoder. Letting out too much information too soon can lead to problems once the product is out. Not everything explored will end up in the finished product which will lead to upset customers. Early leaks will also call for a lot of email about what they should be putting in the decoder instead of what they plan to and constant questions about when it will be out.

 

Lou

 

From: QSIndustries@... <QSIndustries@...>
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 9:58 PM
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: Re: [QSIndustries] QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

 




Thanks Mike.  Looking forward to see what they do eith the new releases.  But it shure would be nice to get some more detailed info on the steam engine files and programing.  There has been a lot of piecemeal info released but not a lot of in depth descriptions. 

Yank




Re: What's with CV 56.1

Kevin Strong
 

One more thing... The transmitter must be on for the board to respond. I did a loco for my dad a while back, and he called lamenting that the loco wouldn't turn on. I had him turn on the transmitter, and the loco sprang to life.


Later,


K

On February 20, 2019 at 10:07 PM "KEVIN STRONG kcstrong@... [QSIndustries]" <QSIndustries@...> wrote:

 

Digging into my mental "wayback machine," I think if you feed filtered DC to the track inputs and have the G-wire receiver plugged in properly, it "should" recognize the receiver and use that to receive the DCC instructions. You'll need either an Airwire or NCE G-wire transmitter to do so. The regular wireless NCE transmitter is not the same as the G-wire transmitter. (You probably knew that, but just covering my bases.) Make sure they're set to the same frequency. Check the cable, too, to make sure there's continuity from one end to the other, and double-check that it's plugged in the right way. Wouldn't hurt to take some compressed air to the socket to make sure there's no dust in there blocking the connection.

If the Magnum doesn't respond to the G-wire, then the Airwire Convertr is your next option. You would hook the battery power up to the Convertr, then hook the output of the Convertr to the track power inputs on the Magnum. For the SD45, I'd definitely go with the 6-amp Convertr.

Later,

K

> On February 20, 2019 at 9:35 PM "'Bruce Shanks WF8L' wf8l@... [QSIndustries]" <QSIndustries@...> wrote:
>
>
> Kevin,
>
> Your have correctly interpreted my problem.
>
> From your descriptions, I have a working Magnum board in the loco, and a
> Titan board that I purchased with the G-wire receiver. I pulled the ribbon
> cable out of the Titan and plugged it into the Magnum (using care to have
> the shiny contact strips facing the contacts in the socket). During all my
> testing the receiver has been plugged into the Magnum and it apparently
> doesn't know it's there.
>
> Found the disable radio solder pads on the receiver and they have never been
> used.
>
> Your discussion on the differences between the two boards lead me to think
> about the fact that I had moved the receiver from the Titan, which probably
> meant that it was in AirWire mode and therefore not responding to CV
> settings coming via the red and black wires. Lo-and-behold when I did a
> reset using DC and the "Reed Switch" inputs, and cycled the power as Bill
> instructed, I got diesel music from a functional decoder. From that point I
> was able to program CV 56.1 into a value of 1 using the PowerCab. Then,
> with the power cycle it was back in radio mode. Now I have to borrow the
> T5000 AirWire throttle again to check out the the receiver with the Titan
> decoder.
>
> If it works, then I'll be back with a new version of the same question.
> What do I do to get a Magnum to recognize a G-Wire receiver? If it is dead
> with the Titan in G-Wire mode then at least I got a Titan for my money.
>
> Kevin and Bill, thanks so much for your expertise.
>
> Bruce Shanks
>
>
>
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>
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>
>
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>
> Yahoo Groups Links
>
>
>


 


 

Re: What's with CV 56.1

Kevin Strong
 

Digging into my mental "wayback machine," I think if you feed filtered DC to the track inputs and have the G-wire receiver plugged in properly, it "should" recognize the receiver and use that to receive the DCC instructions. You'll need either an Airwire or NCE G-wire transmitter to do so. The regular wireless NCE transmitter is not the same as the G-wire transmitter. (You probably knew that, but just covering my bases.) Make sure they're set to the same frequency. Check the cable, too, to make sure there's continuity from one end to the other, and double-check that it's plugged in the right way. Wouldn't hurt to take some compressed air to the socket to make sure there's no dust in there blocking the connection.

If the Magnum doesn't respond to the G-wire, then the Airwire Convertr is your next option. You would hook the battery power up to the Convertr, then hook the output of the Convertr to the track power inputs on the Magnum. For the SD45, I'd definitely go with the 6-amp Convertr.

Later,

K

On February 20, 2019 at 9:35 PM "'Bruce Shanks WF8L' wf8l@... [QSIndustries]" <QSIndustries@...> wrote:


Kevin,

Your have correctly interpreted my problem.

From your descriptions, I have a working Magnum board in the loco, and a
Titan board that I purchased with the G-wire receiver. I pulled the ribbon
cable out of the Titan and plugged it into the Magnum (using care to have
the shiny contact strips facing the contacts in the socket). During all my
testing the receiver has been plugged into the Magnum and it apparently
doesn't know it's there.

Found the disable radio solder pads on the receiver and they have never been
used.

Your discussion on the differences between the two boards lead me to think
about the fact that I had moved the receiver from the Titan, which probably
meant that it was in AirWire mode and therefore not responding to CV
settings coming via the red and black wires. Lo-and-behold when I did a
reset using DC and the "Reed Switch" inputs, and cycled the power as Bill
instructed, I got diesel music from a functional decoder. From that point I
was able to program CV 56.1 into a value of 1 using the PowerCab. Then,
with the power cycle it was back in radio mode. Now I have to borrow the
T5000 AirWire throttle again to check out the the receiver with the Titan
decoder.

If it works, then I'll be back with a new version of the same question.
What do I do to get a Magnum to recognize a G-Wire receiver? If it is dead
with the Titan in G-Wire mode then at least I got a Titan for my money.

Kevin and Bill, thanks so much for your expertise.

Bruce Shanks



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Re: What's with CV 56.1

Bruce Shanks
 

Kevin,

Your have correctly interpreted my problem.

From your descriptions, I have a working Magnum board in the loco, and a Titan board that I purchased with the G-wire receiver. I pulled the ribbon cable out of the Titan and plugged it into the Magnum (using care to have the shiny contact strips facing the contacts in the socket). During all my testing the receiver has been plugged into the Magnum and it apparently doesn't know it's there.

Found the disable radio solder pads on the receiver and they have never been used.

Your discussion on the differences between the two boards lead me to think about the fact that I had moved the receiver from the Titan, which probably meant that it was in AirWire mode and therefore not responding to CV settings coming via the red and black wires. Lo-and-behold when I did a reset using DC and the "Reed Switch" inputs, and cycled the power as Bill instructed, I got diesel music from a functional decoder. From that point I was able to program CV 56.1 into a value of 1 using the PowerCab. Then, with the power cycle it was back in radio mode. Now I have to borrow the T5000 AirWire throttle again to check out the the receiver with the Titan decoder.

If it works, then I'll be back with a new version of the same question. What do I do to get a Magnum to recognize a G-Wire receiver? If it is dead with the Titan in G-Wire mode then at least I got a Titan for my money.

Kevin and Bill, thanks so much for your expertise.

Bruce Shanks

Re: QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

Barry Yankolonis
 

Thanks Mike.  Looking forward to see what they do eith the new releases.  But it shure would be nice to get some more detailed info on the steam engine files and programing.  There has been a lot of piecemeal info released but not a lot of in depth descriptions. 
Yank

Re: QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

mike brady
 

Hi Yank, I believe there will be however-the latest Titan Steam are being loaded in Toronto per Kelly Dorf. I know I'm looking forward to it...Mike

On 2/20/2019 6:14 PM, Steven Lansing steven_lansing@... [QSIndustries] wrote:
 
Probably never with the way things are going.

On Monday, February 18, 2019, 6:57:02 PM EST, blyank@... [QSIndustries] wrote:


 
So, just wondering if there is ever going to be a QSI ET Stream Engine guide posted?
Thanks,
B."Yank" Yankolonis


Re: QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

Steven Lansing
 

Probably never with the way things are going.

On Monday, February 18, 2019, 6:57:02 PM EST, blyank@... [QSIndustries] wrote:


 

So, just wondering if there is ever going to be a QSI ET Stream Engine guide posted?
Thanks,
B."Yank" Yankolonis


Re: What's with CV 56.1

Bill Kohler
 

With the QSI Titan, once you set CV 56.1 to '1', the decoder WILL NOT talk to the programmer (programming track) any longer.

To get back to the programmer, you must either set CV 56.1 back to 0 using the radio transmitter, or do a hard reset.

Bill Kohler
CEO & Chief Engineer
Greenbrier, Cheat & Elk RR

You're never too old to enjoy a happy childhood!

-----Original Message-----
From: 'Bruce Shanks WF8L' wf8l@... [QSIndustries]
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2019 1:18 PM
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: [QSIndustries] What's with CV 56.1

I made two purchases, and I'm trying to marry them together.

First is an Aristocraft G-Scale SD45 with a QSI decoder. It runs fine on DC
(with CV29 adjusted appropriately) and on DCC using my NCE PowerCab.

Second is a G-wire receiver, QSI Decoder and wiring stripped from another
Aristocraft by a friend who got so frustrated by the indexed CV's that he
gave up and is going to put in an AirWire G3 board. This decoder is the
QSI aftermarket model apparently, because it has the three screw terminal
blocks around the edges. The one in my Aristocraft does not, and is
apparently the Aristocraft OEM version built by QSI. Using JMRI this one in
the loco reads back as QSI (manufacturer 113) version 7, model 63 (no such
model defined).

I unplugged the G-wire receiver from the second decoder, and plugged the
cable into the first loco. Then began the quest to activate the G-wire.
First, I tried setting CV 56.1 by programming using my PowerCab. Setting CV
49 = 1 was no problem, but setting CV 56 to 1 resulted in "cannot read CV".
I forged ahead with entering the value of 1, but get no response to the
AirWire throttle.
Next, I tried following the instructions for using the reed switch and DC.
The lights don't flash the way the instructions say they should, and I wind
up with a "RESET".
Thirdly, I tried the JMRI simple CV programmer. CV 49 worked fine, and CV
56 was listed. But writing 1 to it results in an error 301 "loco not
found".

I used the JMRI definitions for QSI Magnum, Revolution and Titan and looked
at the CV lists. None of them show CV 56.1 even though the Quantum DCC
reference Manual shows it on page 359 as QSI System Configuration 1 (PI =
1), and bit 0 = 1 will enable AirWire operation.

I haven't tried plugging the second decoder into the loco yet. I did try
connecting it to my decoder tester using the screw terminals, and tried to
read it with the PowerCab and JMRI. No luck. "No locomotive detected", even
though
the PowerCab has 13 V AC on the red and black connections. Looks like it
may be toast, or the tiny motor on my tester can't give a sufficient load
for a read-back.

The Question is, if CV 56.1 is not present in the decoder, how does one
activate the G-wire socket which is present on the board?

All help sincerely appreciated.

Bruce Shanks



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Re: What's with CV 56.1

Kevin Strong
 

Just so I’m clear on what you’re trying to do, you’ve got a QSI decoder in the SD45, but it does not have the G-wire receiver. You want to take the G-wire receiver from the second QSI decoder you purchased and use it for the QSI decoder already installed in the SD45?

Next question - the QSI decoders; are they the older Magnum boards or the newer Titan boards? The Titan boards are larger, have two layers of PC boards about 1/8” apart, and have two capacitors at 90 degrees to each other on top. The older Magnum boards are only one layer of PC board, and have two large capacitors lying parallel on the one end of the board.

It’s been 10 years since I played with the old Magnum boards, but if my memory is correct and I’m reading what documentation I have in my collection on that old stuff correctly, the older Magnum boards did not use CV56.1 to enable the Airwire receiver. You plugged in the receiver and it knew. The G-wire receiver has a “disable radio” solder pad to which you can install a switch to turn off the receiver for programming or running via track-powered DCC. The newer Titan boards instituted CV56.1 to enable or disable the G-wire receiver instead of needing to install a “disable” switch or disconnect the ribbon cable. Once you change CV56.1, you do need to cycle the power on the board for the changes to take effect.

On the cable, make sure it’s installed the correct way. I forget which is which, but you’ve got a 50:50 shot at getting it right on each end.

Failing any of that, get an Airwire Convertr60 receiver and connect the output of that to the track input of the QSI decoder. The Convertr60 will handle 6 amps, will operate on all 17 Airwire frequencies, and will send a standard DCC signal to whatever decoder you plug into it. Since you’ve established that the SD45 will run on your NCE system, it should work without issue with the Convertr attached to it via the Airwire throttle.

Note: if you’re using the NCE G-wire throttle, there *may* be some incompatibilities with the Convertr. The NCE G-wire throttle was never 100% compatible with Airwire’s receivers, especially in the area of programming. The G-wire throttle was long out of production when the Convertrs hit the market, so I doubt anyone has done any kind of thorough testing.

Hope that helps a bit.

Later,

K

What's with CV 56.1

Bruce Shanks
 

I made two purchases, and I'm trying to marry them together.

First is an Aristocraft G-Scale SD45 with a QSI decoder. It runs fine on DC (with CV29 adjusted appropriately) and on DCC using my NCE PowerCab.

Second is a G-wire receiver, QSI Decoder and wiring stripped from another Aristocraft by a friend who got so frustrated by the indexed CV's that he gave up and is going to put in an AirWire G3 board. This decoder is the QSI aftermarket model apparently, because it has the three screw terminal blocks around the edges. The one in my Aristocraft does not, and is apparently the Aristocraft OEM version built by QSI. Using JMRI this one in the loco reads back as QSI (manufacturer 113) version 7, model 63 (no such model defined).

I unplugged the G-wire receiver from the second decoder, and plugged the cable into the first loco. Then began the quest to activate the G-wire.
First, I tried setting CV 56.1 by programming using my PowerCab. Setting CV 49 = 1 was no problem, but setting CV 56 to 1 resulted in "cannot read CV". I forged ahead with entering the value of 1, but get no response to the AirWire throttle.
Next, I tried following the instructions for using the reed switch and DC. The lights don't flash the way the instructions say they should, and I wind up with a "RESET".
Thirdly, I tried the JMRI simple CV programmer. CV 49 worked fine, and CV 56 was listed. But writing 1 to it results in an error 301 "loco not found".

I used the JMRI definitions for QSI Magnum, Revolution and Titan and looked at the CV lists. None of them show CV 56.1 even though the Quantum DCC reference Manual shows it on page 359 as QSI System Configuration 1 (PI = 1), and bit 0 = 1 will enable AirWire operation.

I haven't tried plugging the second decoder into the loco yet. I did try connecting it to my decoder tester using the screw terminals, and tried to read it with the PowerCab and JMRI. No luck. "No locomotive detected", even though
the PowerCab has 13 V AC on the red and black connections. Looks like it may be toast, or the tiny motor on my tester can't give a sufficient load for a read-back.

The Question is, if CV 56.1 is not present in the decoder, how does one activate the G-wire socket which is present on the board?

All help sincerely appreciated.

Bruce Shanks

QSI ET Steam Engine Guide

Barry Yankolonis
 

So, just wondering if there is ever going to be a QSI ET Stream Engine guide posted?
Thanks,
B."Yank" Yankolonis


Re: QSIndustries repair service

kelly dorf
 

Hi Peter:

Ive  been away for a few days.  I will answer your email directly

thanks
Kelly

Re: QSIndustries repair service

peterebherron
 

Good to know, gentlemen, thanks. I will be patient.

Peter

Re: QSIndustries repair service

Joó Ferenc
 

3 or 5 days or a week or two.
I always got an answer eventually.

Üdvözlettel / Best regards / MfG,

Joó Ferenc / Ferenc Joó
NOHAB Apartman
Badacsonytördemic, Hungary
http://nohabapartman.hu
GSM: +36 20 4141 621

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2019. febr. 16., Szo 21:52 dátummal michaeljbrady michaeljbrady@... [QSIndustries] <QSIndustries@...> ezt írta:

 

That has always worked for me Peter...Mike



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-------- Original message --------
From: "peterebherron@... [QSIndustries]" <QSIndustries@...>
Date: 2/16/19 11:48 AM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [QSIndustries] QSIndustries repair service

 

I have a Titan that I cooked and needs repair. I send an email to Kelly Dorf and a message to QSIndusties on their web site 3 days ago. Asking the group if this is the correct procedure and about how long to wait for a reply.

Thank,

Peter

Re: QSIndustries repair service

mike brady
 

That has always worked for me Peter...Mike



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-------- Original message --------
From: "peterebherron@... [QSIndustries]" <QSIndustries@...>
Date: 2/16/19 11:48 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: [QSIndustries] QSIndustries repair service

 

I have a Titan that I cooked and needs repair. I send an email to Kelly Dorf and a message to QSIndusties on their web site 3 days ago. Asking the group if this is the correct procedure and about how long to wait for a reply.

Thank,

Peter