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  • Rodgers 730 Church organ

    Good day to everybody.......I have this organ I am trying to repair for the church...the generator cage has it's own power supply and it is cycling....I have removed all the necessary screws to slide the power supply unit out but it appears to be stuck....and I can't see what is holding it in....the rest of the ckt cards can be removed no problem.......is there a hidden screw somewhere where I can not see???? or do I have to dismantle the entire card cage to get the supply out??? I have no service documentation on this unit so I am sort of in limbo here at the moment....any help, advice, comments, etc would be greatly appreciated....
    Cheers

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    I'm certain you don't have to disassemble the cage to get the P/S out. It could still be attached somewhere and the screw is just hard to find. Or it could be wedged into place rather tightly. Use a flashlight and mirror to inspect all around it and you are bound to spot the trouble.
    John
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      Originally posted by jbird604 View Post
      I'm certain you don't have to disassemble the cage to get the P/S out. It could still be attached somewhere and the screw is just hard to find. Or it could be wedged into place rather tightly. Use a flashlight and mirror to inspect all around it and you are bound to spot the trouble.
      Thank you very much for your reply....I will check that out......
      Cheers

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