The pages are not numbered, and the order can be a little confusing based on how its all laid out, so I've taken the liberty of attempting to put each page into what I think is a logical sequence! All of the diagrams and illustrations have German text, but translations in English and French (found on page 7) and Dutch and Swedish (found on page 8) explain those diagrams in those languages.
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Page 1 (German):Shows the electrical connections of the switch machines/point motors; How to remove the contact springs to eclectically isolate each arm of the switch and how to isolate and power sidings
Page 2 & 3 (German):
Shows the different combinations of Minitrix track pieces for various switches/points/turnouts.
Page 4 & Page 5(German):
Shows connecting track pieces for combinations of Minitrix's curved turnouts:
Page 6 (German):
Although technically the last page, this contains the last of the 7 different sections described in German. This page shows how to attach and remove the switch motor from the turnout (for both regular and inverted use):
Page 7 (English and French):
Translation of sections 1 through 7 in English and French.
Page 8 (Dutch and Swedish):Translation of sections 1 through 7 in Dutch and Swedish.Page 9 (German):
Illustrations and warning about proper use of the polarized frog:
Translation of the above page from German concerning the warning about ensuring that the polarized section of the frog is always powered for the direction of travel or damage can occur: