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  • jpviscount
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    Thanks Toodles.

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  • toodles
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    Poke around the oscillator first--if it is not producing its signal, it's likely the transistor. If it is running, look for a broken wire. It is very unlikely that all G6 keying would go bad simultaneously, so it is more likely to be something at the oscillator or that carries the oscillator signal to the rest of the organ. Oscilloscope at the oscillator is the best place to start. I had a similar problem on a Rodgers I was working on, and the wire from the oscillator had broken off.

    Toodles.

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  • Jan Girardot
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    Hi, JP;

    The 632 Serenade first came out in 1968 and was one of the first Conns to use the transistor tone generator. If you don't already have one, I have an original 632 service manual for sale from my collection. Contact me off-Forum at [email protected]

    . . . Jan
    the OrganGrinder

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  • jpviscount
    started a topic Conn 632 - no G6.

    Conn 632 - no G6.

    Just started at a new church. They have a Conn 632 in reasonable condition. Gave it a general tune up, but there is no output from the G6 tone generator. Any advise on what might be a common problem before I start poking around with an oscilloscope?
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