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  • Vox Jaguar V304E2 - Electrolytic value

    Does anybody know the value of the electrolytic (C23) that runs across the Bass/Low "C" Divider board in the Vox Jaguar V304E2?
    Hammond M3, 1967 Vox Continental (Italian), 1966 Vox Continental (Italian), 1965 Vox Continental (UK), 1965 Vox Jaguar, Hohner Pianet T, Motion Sound Pro-145

  • #2
    The schematic shows it as a 50 uF.

    Alan
    Co-author, "Classic Keys: Keyboard Sounds That Launched Rock Music."
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    • #3
      Thank you!!!
      Hammond M3, 1967 Vox Continental (Italian), 1966 Vox Continental (Italian), 1965 Vox Continental (UK), 1965 Vox Jaguar, Hohner Pianet T, Motion Sound Pro-145

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      • #4
        My local supply shop only has 47uF (rated at 25v). Do you think that would be ok?
        Hammond M3, 1967 Vox Continental (Italian), 1966 Vox Continental (Italian), 1965 Vox Continental (UK), 1965 Vox Jaguar, Hohner Pianet T, Motion Sound Pro-145

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        • #5
          Answered my own question... 47uF just fine...
          Hammond M3, 1967 Vox Continental (Italian), 1966 Vox Continental (Italian), 1965 Vox Continental (UK), 1965 Vox Jaguar, Hohner Pianet T, Motion Sound Pro-145

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          • #6
            Yes. The originals likely had a tolerance of +/- 10%. So your 47uF may actually be closer to the value called for in the schematic than what the factory used.

            Glad you fixed it!

            Alan
            Co-author, "Classic Keys: Keyboard Sounds That Launched Rock Music."
            See a preview: ClassicKeysBook.com
            Buy it now: www.amazon.com/dp/1574417762

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