- 25 Oct 2009
I really think that TL45 products (locos and rolling stock) are not assembled on a production line - I think that they have all the mouldings and parts made, then the staff in their shop(s) assemble the stuff whenever they are not busy ignoring (sorry, serving!) customers!Hells teeth Z, no wonder others get good running and mine is a crock. Just looked in the bag and there are the extra pickups. Now why would any manufacturer do that? Neither did my supplier even mention it when I Complained about the carp running saying that all his other customers were very hapy with Pfiffi! Too Late now, she going to be a battery machine as will all my other DCC Selktalbahn Locs if the Aristo kit works out. Fingers severely crossed.
When we visited their store in Wernigerode last year, the one member of staff seemed to spend most of his time putting coaches together in the back room (quite visible from in the shop itself) - he could barely be bothered to emerge from the back long enough to take my money for some things I wanted to buy, made no attempt to communicate at all, and generally seemed to consider the fact that people were IN THE SHOP, and even WANTED TO BUY SOMETHING, to be a great inconvenience to him.....