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unfortunately the way the ics are made are too old that some have been phased out and are no longer manufactured. would advise yu to seek advise by emailing samick service center with the model number of the organ and the ic number that you need.
You most likely have a couple of dirty jacks on either line in or line out which is defeating the normalizing function. If you open it up and clean them(get some contact cleaner spray) you should be back to normal.
This is not one of the newest organs around. The organ still could have real switches. Like silver threads touching when a key is pressed. sully some oxidation on these contacts should not be noticed while playing, but if you can reach the contacts, try some Contact cleaner on the contacts like Deoxit in the US and Kontact 60 in Europe.
Tubes run hot in order to function. They degrade over time unlike transistors which usually work or don't work.
You should keep some spares around especially if you are out doing gigs.
Guessing at which tube is bad will be expensive.
With the renewed use of tubes in amps, there may be some tube testing available at a music store. Call around and see. Pull all you tubes and go test them.
Yep... Roland pedals are reversed, that is, normally closed contacts. Unlike some Yamaha keyboards, the Casio doesn't have an inversion function available. You have two choices to solve this: 1. Buy a pedal with the corect sense 2. Open the Roland pedal and MAYBE with a soldering iron you can move a wire to select a contact with the opposite sense.