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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Try this link:http://www.organservice.com/ Here's another one:http://www.combo-organ.com/Schematics/index.htm Join this one for free and post:http://organforum.com/forums/thread/73735.aspx This site is good too:http://www.combo-organ.com/spares_and_repairs.htm#Electrolytics Hope these help.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Of course it is repairable.
Find a competent repair person. You did not describe the "noise". If it is 60 cycle hum, the filter caps need replacing. If it is an organ tone, then probably a key contact is stuck.
Posted on May 05, 2010
When someone asks me a question like this, I get shivers up and down my back for I worry about the possible personal safety risks the questioner is either likely or prepared to put themselves to.
Look, let's be realistic, if you don't understand what a fuse looks like, you are not going to be given a carte blanche run down of what to do from this Technician of 45 years experience. You simply would not be allowed into my workshop.
If you want to satisfy your curiosity, get the Technician you call in to check your organ out to show it to you. That way you will enlightened.........and remain SAFE from possible electrocution.
Make no mistake about it, 240 volts AC 50 Hertz is LETHAL !
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
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