Hi Guys - maybe someone could help me out with this one... I've got a new LL GP38-2 low nose, standard DC operation that will run at a low power pack speed, but with an increase in power, stalls out and stops. All the wheels are correctly set per gauge standards, all the copper pickup wires are correctly placed over the touch-point on the truck, the lights illuminate in fwd and reverse like they should. I removed the shell and found that although the frame is tightly secured, if I apply pressure to the bottom of the frame halves (where the fuel tank is modeled) the diesel springs to life and runs fine. This one has me baffled...I've never had a problem running this one before - although it is only a few months old - and the track runs every other diesel fine, so I don't think it's a track issue. Anyone else experienced this one? It is oiled, and all this occurs without pulling a load of cars. Just seems strange that with an increase of power - the engine dies, and applying pressure to the lower section brings it back to life. Any ideas will surely help.