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Problem with hammond organ..1967

When we turn it on, we hear a loud whining noise that overshadows the sound of the organ. It works, air is going through, but this noise is there. We put oil in itk, but that didn't help. Any suggestions??

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Try unplugging all the cables (except the power cord). Turn the player on & off several times & see if that whining noise acts the same. Also see if the player goes into "protect". What we're trying to do here is see if it NEVER goes into "protect" with the cables unplugged.

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