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Intermittent pitch variations

I'm assuming you have a Hammond organ, and also that it's individual notes rather than the whole generator. it sounds like the individual tonewheels are dragging, normally due to oil not getting to the place it needs to go. The thread system may have been damaged, or there may have been something other than Hammond oil used at some time in it's life, which can lead to wax building up on the threads and blocking oil flow. If it's the whole generator it's the same problem but on the main bearings. It doesn't take much drag to make an audible difference. At any rate, I'd suggest getting a in-person diagnosis from your local Hammond repairman.

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I have a starcaster strat electric guitar by fender serial number is CSS 060805532 HELP ME FIND SOME INFORMATION ABOUT IT PLEASE

although info is slim, it appears that it is of chinese origin, mid-2000's. Modest value, not a collector, but a decent guitar.

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I got a starcaster strat electric guitar by fender with a sn of CSS 080804415 what type is it and price on it I can't find it anywhere.

Starcasters are Fender's bottom of the line guitars that can be part of a low cost "Strat Pack" that includes a Squier amp. Chinese made, plywood, thinner than most other Fender electrics. Chinese made isn't the problem; the cheap parts are. The Made in China (not Crafted) Affinities 1996-1998 are outstanding guitars but still have cheap electronics and tuners but the bodies (1.75" alder) and amazing necks make them a little special and perfect for modding.

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Zomm g1xn software problems

Yes, it's a hardware problems. Try using the battery.
If the result is the same,there is a possibility of damage to the processor IC (ZFX3). But before be sure, try measuring the voltage as in the image below :

Stuck in GN display usually appears because 1.8Volt voltage is not normal (or no voltage at all), and in general, it is caused by damage ic ZFX3.
Leave it to the experts to be repaired. If it really ZFX 3 is the case, then this can not be fixed, because ic ZFX3 not sold to the public. If you call the authorized service ZOOM, you may be able to buy G1XN mainboard. 11399294-xykdzr1cdriwl1tmr4ngy0qt-2-3.jpg



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Only distortion..

Check your power adapter. This unit REQUIRES a 9 volt AC adapter, NOT a DC one... It MAY appear to operate on DC BUT it can't generate the +/- voltages internally for sound generation with a DC adapter. This is a common problem as people try to run these on a DC adapter.

Here is a link:

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Problem in RF Power Amplifier

Look in the "Radio Amateur's Handbook" and past issues of the QST magazine. There have been articles on design including schematics and circuit layout in past issues as well as the Handbook.

Here is a site for a kit for a 10 watt amp... it is for 2MHz to 30MHz, but you can add turns to the transformers to get performance at 1MHz.

There is adequate info for design at the site and parts callout and layout.

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Power will not go on after machine was dropped. Plastic was broken broken on the top of the device near the power connection but the circuit board appears to be undamaged.

The board may appear undamaged, but the instrument's behavior says something is broken. I have no idea what kind of musical instrument this is, but circuit boards are all the same.

Especially on boards with narrow circuit traces and surface mount parts, damage can be very hard to see. A trace might have a hairline break which would be impossible to see without bright light, strong magnification, and some idea where to look.

It's also possible that the board is fine, but some part has been damaged. The lead from some part may have broken away from the circuit trace, for example. Or a small surface-mounted component may have popped off completely or had a lead broken off.

Unfortunately, this kind of trouble is very hard to fix without detailed product information (circuit diagrams and board layout). Unless the manufacturer makes a service manual available to the general public, this means sending the unit back to them or an authorized service center for repair.

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Yamaha DTXtreme IIS Drum Moduel repair

Listen to the output with headphones to check for noise.

OFTEN the output of a drum machine is CORRUPTED by an inadequate sound system. The waveforms generated by a drum machine tax the sound systems. A bass drum output can drive the speaker cone such that it goes beyond the linear range that the speaker and amplifier can handle and this appears as "noise". The noise may sound like a buzz or totally break up.

Turn the volume down and see if EXACTLY the same noise appears at low levels. If not, then saturation of the amp and speaker is likely. Continued use while it is doing that will often destroy the speaker.

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