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The sound quit working while playing the

The sound quit working while playing the instument this happened before and i turned it off and started it up and worked again, this happened to me last year and it worked fine untill this year, it happened again this time restart did not work.I checked the fuses they seem to be good with my circuit tester. The only thing that works is the console lights and rythem speed indicator, I hear no power humme on the speakers.

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  • lbower Oct 02, 2009

    electone 6000 console organ built in the 80s thank you for your responce fredy 2

  • lbower Oct 02, 2009

    yamaha electrone 6000

  • Fred Yearian May 11, 2010

    For what type instrument? Yamaha makes MANY.



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What type instrument is it? Yamaha makes a bunch of different ones. Specify a mdel number.

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