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I can't hear the high tone on my lesabre. The horn sounds like a cheap foreign model. What's up with that? Thanks. John

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There should be two horns. One is for high and the other is for low. Find both of them and unplug one at a time and try the horn. When you unplug the correct horn, you won't hear anything. This means the other horn is either bad or needs taken loose and sanded on all contact points and try it again to see if it will work.

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