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Subroutes 14/05/2017 at 17:45 #95100
MatthewBurke170202
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I cannot clear the main route on the Wilton Jn Route for 2M02, becasue I had 5E17 reverse here, and I cannot now get the points back again. I have checked and they have not failed, I cannot work out what is happening.
Any help is much appreciated, I am quite new to this - so please forgive if it's a silly question.
Matt. (See problem attached!)


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Subroutes 14/05/2017 at 18:06 #95101
Stephen Fulcher
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The shunt signal on the right has a route set from it - the white stick and route light is the key.

Cancel that off and you should be ok.

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Subroutes 14/05/2017 at 23:52 #95106
GW43125
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Stephen Fulcher in post 95101 said:
The shunt signal on the right has a route set from it - the white stick and route light is the key.

Cancel that off and you should be ok.
To add to this, right-click the shunt signal that has the white post, then try.

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Subroutes 15/05/2017 at 07:36 #95109
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GW43125 in post 95106 said:
Stephen Fulcher in post 95101 said:
The shunt signal on the right has a route set from it - the white stick and route light is the key.

Cancel that off and you should be ok.
To add to this, right-click the shunt signal that has the white post, then try.
Isn't that what Mr Fulcher said?

Sorry guys, I am in the business of making people wait!
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Subroutes 15/05/2017 at 21:13 #95121
GW43125
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kaiwhara in post 95109 said:
GW43125 in post 95106 said:
Stephen Fulcher in post 95101 said:
The shunt signal on the right has a route set from it - the white stick and route light is the key.

Cancel that off and you should be ok.
To add to this, right-click the shunt signal that has the white post, then try.
Isn't that what Mr Fulcher said? :/
Tried (and failed) to put it more in layman's terms.

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