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Tomy Talk N Action Complete Disassemble and Reassemble Tutorial
All right, so your Talk N Action Engine is malfunctioning. Determined to fix it yourself, you decided to go inside, and take a look around.

You might want to take some pre-op training first by watching my complete TNA disassemble, and reassemble tutorials first. Happy watching! PGM

Prologue - Talk N Action Types

Part 1 - The Tender

Parts 2 thur 8 - The Loco
Mike Arnett Customthomas
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This is a fantastic Series and I highly recommend it especially for those interested in just what makes these things tick. Easily to follow and understand and in very high definition video.

Mike, were you or are you a teacher? You are very well spoken in the video almost like you have done this sort of thing before. Have you been involved in training or training videos before? Your camera is awesome, may I ask what you use?

I use one of those 4" Magnetic bowls also and you are right, it is a great idea and will save one the pain of losing a part. For those interested and have access to a Harbor Freight Store near them they are always having a coupon for one of these free or nearly free as the Ads I just received my flyer and it has a coupon for 99cents. The magnet is very powerful.
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Thanks Super for those kind words... yes I am a teacher, but retired. I taught HF, VHF, UHF radio repair for about 15 years, and then made a career change, and taught UNIX systems administration for another 12 years.
The camera is just my Samsung cell phone. Extra lighting helps a lot. I hope the members, and visitors to BPT enjoy the tutorials as much as I did making them. Once again thanks Super! PGM
Mike Arnett Customthomas
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Coming from someone who has spent countless hours of repairs, research, and (banging head against the wall) on the TnA trains, I certainly vouch for this video series as being pretty much spot on. I agree with Super the content is very well made and easy to follow. I wish I had something like this available when I started doing these repairs.. :-).

Thanks PGM.
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(01-10-2019, 04:20 PM)Powerful Gordon Mike Wrote: The camera is just my Samsung cell phone.  Extra lighting helps a lot.  

Wow, I didn't know that Cell Phones could record video in 4K (2160P) resolution which is what YouTube offers for these videos in HD. And that lighting, perfect natural light coming through all those great windows and reflecting off the water in that awesome pool.   Smile
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