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    Can anyone tell me where i might get an owners manual for this organ? I know ,,, it's old.</P>


    It was from Ebay..to be deliverd Wednesday.</P>


    anyone know does it use/have a setterboard?</P>
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    Thanks</P>


    Patrick Berry</P>


    Kansas City</P>

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    I think it has a rather nice setterboard in the form of a drawer that pulls out from under the manuals.</P>


    Good luck with it!</P>


    [;)]</P>

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      Thank you. It arrives on Wednesday.</P>


      This will be an adventure..</P>
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      Patick</P>

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        :( Not that I have found..</P>
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        Rodgers Tech comes next week...</P>
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          Hey Patrick,</P>


          Regarding the combination action: Does it perhaps have a "SET" button under the lowest manual to the left? If not, try holding in a piston and manually changing the stops while you are holding the piston and see if that "takes." But be careful and don't force the stops if they feel like they are not willing to be moved.</P>


          Good luck and all the best!</P>


          ANYONE ELSE OUT THERE ABLE TO HELP PATRICK WITH THIS?
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            If it's like most 34As that I'm familiar with (including one I swapped for some Rodgers racks last year), it uses the good olde Klann 'clunker' tripper combination action. The primary problem with those is the plastic used for the various joints and linkages tends to get brittle and break. I ended up reparing the one I had with surviving parts from my old Conn 825 (which had a virtually identical action) and from a Schober Recital model (which was much newer with better plastic).</p>

            -- Tom</p>

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            Rodgers 660 with additional analog rack sets (practice), 36D/C in digital conversion, Yamaha CVP-107

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              Thanks, Tom!</P>


              No wonder some of those Rodgers consoles look so Klannish. I finally converted my Klann console to Peterson Duo-Set; thank God!</P>


              I have lots of KCA spare parts (mostly smaller stuff) that is freefor the taking if the taker pays shipping.</P>


              Thanks again!!</P>


              [&lt;:o)]</P>

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