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I have all the wiring plans for the whole organ. It blew a fuse and I fitted a new one and it was ok but now has blown another one
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A little more info is needed here. Are there any lights on this unit at all? Are there some normally? If so, then yes check the main fuse. If not accessable externally, it should be located close to where the power cord enters the unit. Check it (when unplugged please!!!).
If that failes to resolve it, please let me know and I'll research the specific model in the meantime.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
Here is a site to download manual:
A Leslie is special speaker system that is spun to break up the sound so it doesn't seem to come from a single point.
Sometimes the Leslie speaker is in a seperate cabinet fromthe organ, and SOMETIMES it is a simulated Leslie that is done with multiple speakers and electronic switching. If the Leslie is an external one, it usually attaches via a cable that often has either 9, 11, or 13 pins.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
We can only guess what model you might have and whether it is tube or solid state.
If it is a vacuum tube type, probably one tube is burned out... likely either a 12AX7 or maybe a 12AT7 as a guess.
If it is solid state and the unit has not been moved to cause a loose connector, better to call a tech. If it has been moved, you could look for a loose connector.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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