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26 minutes ago, Levithian said:

Each seat is probably tagged with it's own ID. No double ups, hence the higher numbers on one train vs the other. 

I mean the sticker themselves, not the numbers. Each train has 1.1, 1.2, etc. where 1.2 is car one, seat two. I'm pretty sure the control panel communicates with the train through the contact pads in the station, so the same seat is on the same contact for both trains. The operator can only release individual seats from the panel when it's in the station. 

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Talking to staff on dc rivals tonight while ride has been stopped cause of lighting and thunder, second train will return to track and two trains will be running within next 7 days but backward seats will be down for awhile. They are waiting on parts from Germany also row 4 seats are playing up as well. 

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18 hours ago, Im Hungry said:

Do I see more water features to get us wet?

That was from the water mill on the side of the shop. It definitely look much wetter than usual! Would be a great feature if they keep it running like that.

 

15 hours ago, Rivals said:

does anyone know why they would be testing both new and old boats instead of just the new ones?

I'm guessing the older boats are "placeholders" until the other new boats arrive/are ready.

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On 6/12/21 at 1:32 AM, OgreMagic said:

I'm guessing the older boats are "placeholders" until the other new boats arrive/are ready.

Bingo, won’t operate with the old boats again.

1 hour ago, Im Hungry said:

In other news, the second train to Rivals has made a return yesterday. Don't know how long ago its been active for...

6 minutes ago, Im Hungry said:

Don't be too happy tho, not all seats are operational on the second train either. All backwards seats are out of action at the moment too.

Was back on December 11th, with seats out of order then too. Waiting on parts.

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Not too sure atm, but there are seats out here and there. The staff doing sorting (from what I saw yesterday) had to hold a clipboard saying which train was what, with which seats were open and which ones weren't. All I do know is the amount of seats that are out of action (not including backwards seats) are not enough to equate to one full train. I'd say around half a train or less.

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2 hours ago, Im Hungry said:

Not too sure atm, but there are seats out here and there. The staff doing sorting (from what I saw yesterday) had to hold a clipboard saying which train was what, with which seats were open and which ones weren't. All I do know is the amount of seats that are out of action (not including backwards seats) are not enough to equate to one full train. I'd say around half a train or less.

At least the second train is back in action 

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There's pretty well no way a cylinder would have exploded. They are rated to many times above what the actual running pressure is and are fitted with pressure relief valves as a backup measure. Certainly could have had a fitting or air line burst or snap though and have air gushing out. 

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