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  • Hammond M162

    Good day to everyone...I have a question...is the M162 the same as the M100?? Just curious as I have to go to one of our local churches on Monday and take a look at their M162....it has issues with the bass pedals....I have only repaired a handful of organs with simple issues (luckily for me)...so I was hoping to ask here....Looking at the schematics for the M100, it shows the bass pedal assy with a pedal Keying contact....It can't be a relay so is it possible that this operates under a mechanical latching setup......and do you really have to disconnect the bass pedal wiring harness from the tone generator in order to work on the pedal assy...just trying to prepare myself as much as possible for Monday....any help or advice greatly appreciated....
    Cheers

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    i believe the 162 has a maple cabinet with a different design and the 100 is a cherry craftsman style cabinet. the electronics should be the same. they're fortunate to have your assistance.
    :-B
    hammond M3 stock
    leslie 147 stock
    custom leslie H cab with 100 watt tube works amp
    M103a moved to L133 cabinet
    various M and L parts respectfully organized and waiting to be put to use
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Thor Hammerdahl View Post
      i believe the 162 has a maple cabinet with a different design and the 100 is a cherry craftsman style cabinet. the electronics should be the same. they're fortunate to have your assistance.
      Thank you for your reply.....I hope I can do something for them....
      Cheers

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