I did the same as Marty - his recommendation about bringing the cables out of the back of the track saves you drilling holes in your baseboard. Wish I'd done that now, will modify in future.
Take lots of pictures before de-soldering and take your time.
I'm sure I followed a tutorial here, or on Greg's site or something. I'll have a look and post back if I find anything.
**EDIT** No, I too followed the old 6 car power base separation thread, just realised there were a few more wires inthere. Now I've reread that thread, I remembered I followed Greg's advice and put the power to a Krone connector (basically, a splitable choc block) and fed it to all part of the track that would otherwise have needed power taps.
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