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Posted on Dec 07, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try voice 9 in the bank 96. That is for a theater organ type sound. You would need decent sound system to amplify this and to sound anywhere near decent.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
Those notes are likely scanned along with all the others. The strobe selection lines for those are likely failed... this might be only two wires.
IF you have ribbon style cables in the unit, this is often caused when people pull the cables by the edges to remove from connectors.
Look for this and a connector that might have one end lifted where a couple wires aren't quite connecting. THIS IS not ANY ISSUE OF FUSES.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
Haven't had the pleasure of working on one of these in a while!!
The problem is most likely dried up capacitors in the power supply. Any audio shop should be able to work on this. They may require you to remove the power supply though. There are folks that repair these in-home as well. It may take a little research, but check with local music shops for someone to repair this. The parts cost will likely be in the $40 range.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
Contact Morelock's Organ Service, Rienzi, MS, United States Phone 601-462-7611. Provide them with the complete model number and expect to pay for a service manual if they have one. Start at the end of the power cord and work towards the amplifier section. You will want to establish that the power supply is working correctly. The light is only an indication that the power cord is getting power to the power switch. If the power supply is providing the correct voltages to the other circuit sections of the organ then you will have to trouble shoot each one separately. Check to make sure the speaker is functional. If it has a headphone jack test it also as it may cut the sound to the speaker out if headphones are plugged in. If it is faulty, sound may not get to the headphones or the speaker. You will also need tools. At least a volt/ohm meter.Remember not to work on the circuits with the power on unless you absolutely know how to do this safely. There are lethal voltages in the power supply.
Posted on Dec 19, 2010
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