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    Can anyone help me find information on the Thomas Coronado 297 electronic organ? Ideally I would like to obtain the manufacturer's instruction manual.Thanks, Hugh

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    The Coronado 297 dates from 1979. It was the top 2-manual spinet organ in the range at that time. For an owner's manual, try www.wdgreenhill.com. Bill Greenhill was the UK/European MD for Thomas and has run his business ever since Thomas pulled out of the market in the 80's.</p>

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      Dear Andy,</P>


      Many thanks for a quick and helpful reply. It is much appreciated. The website you mentioned doesn't list the Coronado 297, so I've e-mailed Bill Greenhill asking if he can help.</P>


      All best wishes,</P>


      Hugh</P>

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