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I NEED A TRANSFORER for WULITZER ELECTRONICS ORGAN MODEL C-200 . WHERE CAN I FIND ONE? or where can find power transforer tic 52 vac made by ITE PRIM V 125

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If you need 52 VAC I would get TWO 25 VAC transformers and series the secondaries to get the 52 VAC. The 25 volt ones are usually readily available. Sources include,, Allied,

You will need to have ones with at least the current rating necessary.

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