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How to find a song you didn't know the title

Just type anything that you remember or hear about the song in google and voila!! You got the hint for the song afterward.

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I need an owners manuel for a Wurlitzer 4300?

Try this: http://www.amazon.com/Wurlitzer-Organ-owners-manual-model/dp/images/B002UJXFYM
Afterwards, if this is NOT what you want, open up a browser window, type in google.com and then, enter Wurlitzer 4300 Owner's Manual. Amazing, huh?

Nov 04, 2014 | Music

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What voltage and power from the transformer mackie mr8

This is just a hint as I was unable to find the schematic. Transformers VERY seldom fail, if you are getting anything out and the fuse is holding with no heating, the voltages are probably right.

Common voltaages seen after the rectifier and filter and regulators are +/- 15 volts and sometimes +5 volts. For the power amp they are usually between +/- 35 and 60 volts unregulated.

For small amps using the TDA2050 type amps, you will see aproximately +/- 24 volts DC unregulated.

Jul 20, 2010 | Mackie MR8 150W 8 Active Two-Way Studio...

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Casio keyboard lit up, no sound, no responses

Unplug for several minutes and try again.

If that doesn't work, look up the "factory reset" procedure for your particular model via google and follow that procedure. It usually involves holding certain buttons down before and during power up.

Jul 20, 2010 | Casio Music

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I have a Peavey PV2600 amp that had some blown outputs, open resistors, & burnt misc. components. I have replaced all the parts, but now I have the DDT light on steady for Channel A even with nothing hooked up (No input signal & no speakers)

Chances are you have NOT got all the bad parts out yet.

HINT: While cold starting an amp after it smoked, put a 150 wat lamp in series with the power cord to act as a current limiter... saves fuses and parts.

The DDT circuits PROBABLY look for amplifier DC balance AND no overload of power supply as protection.

They COMPRESS the audio when it goes above a certain level.

SO, to troubleshoot this you will probably need an oscilloscope.

LOOK for a supersonic oscillation that you cannot hear but MAY be driving the amps beyond the DDT trip point. Drive a pure low level sine wave into the amp and follow it through to see at what point the DDT compressor senses an out of range level.

Remember it HAS worked before, and there is still a bad part in the unit. DO use my suggestion to limit the current as often while troubleshooting this type problem, the signal will suddenly go to a point to fry something, then you get to replace all the parts AGAIN.

Jan 29, 2010 | Peavey Pv 2600 Power Amplifier

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