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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Working fire monitor
Working fire monitor
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akelatheleader
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Forum Posts: 2
9th Nov 2015 20:23  
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HI just got Krick working model fire monitor No 1562. Has any body else put 1 together. Instruction not as clear as they could be. Any help greatly accepted. Thank you.

Derek
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Forum Posts: 146
10th Nov 2015 08:58  
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Arrow models.com show a close up on a Model. But can't find anything else on Google. I built up the Robbe version, they're a bit fiddly, but did it slowly.

dragon
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Forum Posts: 60
10th Nov 2015 22:38  
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Does this help don't know how to enlarge it
good luck


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akelatheleader
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Forum Posts: 2
27th Sep 2016 18:23  
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Thanks for helping, have found that you need extra parts to make it rotate. Have got them from cornwall model boats.

dragon
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Forum Posts: 60
28th Sep 2016 16:08  
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Your welcome take care

Peter47
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Forum Posts: 49
28th Sep 2016 22:30  
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Tidied up your Photo Dragon, hope it helps. Was surprised when I downloaded all files in your 10th Nov Response, to find my HMS Duke of York model was featured in File 1930 :-)


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