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I have an elka elkatone700...i've been trying to find some information on this amp but everything is pretty much in german or sites that are now non-existant...the problem is i can't get the horn thing at the top to work, i wouldn't mind having a root around inside myself and trying to fix it but any technical info relating to it would be very useful...is there anywhere i can get any info at all?

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I dont know if this website will help but give it a try: www.eserviceinfo.com it might have something. Good luck.

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