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ZNP801 Train Number Will Not Cancel

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Running the Wurzburg sim, a train numer has been left behind in berth 934 on the Northern Track to Rottendorf and now Rottendorf cannot send trains to Wurzburg along the Northern Track. I've tried to cancel the number using the ZNP801, following the instructions exactly as per thw Wiki:- 3714 NRTD 934 ZNL, but the number 3714 stubbornly refuses to cancel. Has the method of cancelling changed or is it not possible to cancel a number of a train that has already run?

 

Phil.

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Helmut

Hi Phil,

 

If the train number has been left in the display on the track itself you can delete this number by entering 3714+ZNL (or "o" on the keyboard) using the ZNP 801.

 

If the number is shown in the offering display beside track 934 you have to use the DET: ANB-3714,934 + ZNL (or "END" on the number field of your keyboard).

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pblanksb

Hi Helmut,

 

Yes the number was stuck in the 934 description offering window and it cancelled with the DET. It is the first time I have run a Signalsoft sim for a few months and I can see I have become a little bit rusty with some of the intricacies of the sims, but it is coming back to me slowly. Thanks again.

 

Regards,

 

Phil.

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