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Wurlitzer organ --need manual

My father recently purchased a Wurlitzer organ that is approximately 30-40 years old. How can I obtain a manual for him to better acquaint him with the organ?

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I can make a copy of my owner's manual and send it to you. It's for a Wurlitzer Model 4430, also from the 1940s, 50s and 60s like the one you have. Would that maybe help? All I'd ask for is a couple of bucks for printing and shipping costs. If you want it, just reply to this post with an address or some way to contact you in order for me to obtain an address; I may be able to be talked into making a digital copy and emailing it to you if that's even legal. I'm not sure. You can look into that for me and let me know what you want/need :-)

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I have a manual for Wurlitzer Organs, Series 30 and 31. Service, Installation and Parts Catalog. This is identified as Part No. 307. Consists of 37 pages of text, instructions, pictures and schematics. Some pages are fold-out. 8 1/2" x 11". Pages are loose, punched for ring binder (not included).
Price is $35.00 plus shipping from zip code 27410. Shipping wgt. approx. 3/4 lb.
Is this catalog complete? I don't know, but it looks complete. Certainly plenty of information.

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