There is just the one switch that was taken apart when the table was disassembled. It was missing wood underneath, etc. I got it assembled to the point that it looked ok but it was not finished. Maybe finished is the wrong title for this. The switch is now operable.
I started with a screw that was too small. I eventually gave up on finding a box of screws the right size. I took the screw from a switch in a box of track.
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Having the screw in the pivot really really helps the switch work. Once that was in place it was obvious that I needed to do something about the height. The rails were hitting way too high on the frog. My test caboose would derail.
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I spent some time trying to slightly bend the rails downwards. I got something passable but not perfect. I expect I will be working on this some more at some point.
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The test caboose wobbles a small amount but does not derail.
My birthday is the day before Train Day. I plan to run an engine on Train Day so I wanted to get this switch in a better state than it was. I will not have any wiring done but I expect to have a loop of track complete. I am planning on using a 9 volt battery on the track to power the train.