Can you transport an electronic organ on it's back?
I will be picking up a used Lowrey electronic organ from my mother-in-law and I was going to lay it down in the back of my pickup with moving pads underneath it. She says it cannot be layed down...it has to be transported upright. Is this true?
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use brand new CR2032 3 volt batteries(2) and replace one at a time by unscrewing the cover on the back, unscrewing ONE of the battery covers, slip out the old battery and put in new and then repeat with the second battery and replace cover..... good luck (batteries are thin round disc shaped ones on sale at any pharmacy)
There should be a way to by pass the password on startup by pushing a key a or two on startup or take the back off and see if there are any jumpers to clear ram Check on line for the manual or read the one you have if all else fails take the batrtery out for a few hours or days depending on the battery backup
Be sure that you are searching in the TEL directory where the original data was stored. Press the TEL button to change from TEL-1 ---> TEL-2 ---> TEL-3 ---> and back to TEL-1. If you are searching in TEL-2 or TEL-3 and your data is in TEL-1, then that would explain your problem. Here is a link to the manual for your device:
I would suggest doing a "Reset". You will loose all your data, but at least you will be able to use it. You do a Reset by removing the bottom case, turning on the BOSS, them pressing the Reset button located inside.