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Reset Code

To use these codes, you must follow these steps:
-- With the engine on the track and the PROG/RUN switch in the program position. Turn the track power on to 20 volts.

-- On the Cab-1 hand held remote press ENG + # # + SET + ENG + # # + AUX1 + Program Code (Chart below)

-- Take the engine off the track and slide the switch back to run, let it sit for about 30 seconds.

-- Place the engine back on the track, address the appropriate engine number and you're ready to run.

-- Below is a chart of reset codes specific to Lionel Command Controlled locomotives. These reset codes are to be used when resetting the engine's ID number.

0
Steam engines with Signal Sounds
1
Diesel engines with Signal Sounds
2
Diesel engine with cab light and signal sounds, all Legacy diesel engines
4
Steam engine with smoke, Pioneer Zephyr, M10000
5
Diesel engine with strobe light, GP-7, GP-9, GP-20, Crew Talk Cabooses, S1 Electric, Missile Launch Engines
6
Diesel engine with cab light , PB-1 with Rail sounds, FT's, F3's w/ Pullmor Motors, Veranda Turbine, Station Sounds Passenger Cars
8
All Diesel engines with smoke, Scale GG-1, BB-1, BB-3 Electrics
34
6-2800 Series Hudson and Pacific's, Small K-4's, Shays
36
Alco PA-1 (from 1997, Santa Fe NYC)
60
SD-40 UP 6-18273
74
All engines with Wireless Tether including American Flyer Mikado.
Note: For J1-e Sante Fe Warhorse Hudson's see below
75
Soo Line SD60 (6-18232)
76
Acela
740
J-1e NYC Hudson, Santa Fe J-1e Hudson (Warhorse set - both engine and tender must be on the track)
750
Conrail Dash-8, 1999 (6-18240), 1999 Centennial SD-40 (6-18585)
760
BNSF Dash-9 (6-18235)


NOTE: The reset code tells the command receiver which features are present in the engine. For example, if the engine has a strobe light, smoke unit, tender light, Interior light, etc. If in doubt, check the instruction manual that came with your engine for the correct Reset Code to use.




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