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  • tlstuart
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    Thanks Terry, I appreciate your help. I couldn't find any information on the dip switches. Do you have a copy of the service manual? I have been looking for one for a long time without success. Thanks again! Terry S.

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  • terryp
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    I sent you a PM.

  • tlstuart
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    Terry P, are you familiar with the functions of all the 8 DIP switches and what each one of them operates?
    Can you also send me the step-by-step process for getting into the organ with pictures? Thanks, I would appreciate this.
    Terry S.

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  • RogerM
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    Tlstuart,
    My post was self-contained and I didn’t offer any further information. However terryp offered more in his comment and I think you need to address your request to him.
    Roger

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  • tlstuart
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    Originally posted by tlstuart View Post

    Terry, I am not familiar with this SW2-6 setting. Can you walk me through how to to reset the organ to default to Platinum?
    Thanks!
    Terry, Roger, and Dave I am still interested in having the information Roger mentioned in his post.

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  • terryp
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    Funny! I remember all the time I put in trying to decipher them via google, before I found out there were corrected files available. The alphabetic search function doesn't help much with the corrupted names!

  • terryp
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    Wrong Terry! I got the PM, and just responded.

  • andyg
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    I wrote articles for Keyboard Player magazine in the UK from 1982 to when it closed in 2011. Towards the end, there weren't many organs to review! Roland were one of the few exceptions. Yamaha's cryptic titles went from the easy - Jude Hey - to the punny - To kill a sunrise - to the obscure - Noisy old car. That last one was Chitty Chitty Band Bang.

  • tlstuart
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    Dave, unfortunately, I didn't get it. Thanks

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  • RogerM
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    Just seen it. You need to address it to terryp who made the offer of help.

  • Dave00793
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    Hi terry - I have sent you a PM. I hope you get it.

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  • tlstuart
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    RogerM, I hope my message went through to you correctly on private messaging. Thanks again. Terry

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  • terryp
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    Andy - What magazine are you referring to? Was there a publication especially for Atelier owners?

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  • terryp
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    RogerM's method is what I used to do, until I heard that there's a switch to make it *default* to Platinum, so that you don't have to use two hands every time you turn it on. (Either way, you need to have the ATUP-EX upgrade.)

    I you're comfortable getting into the organ, there's an 8-position DIP switch on the right side of the main board, which is under a shield. The sixth switch from the front needs to be switched to OFF (to the right). Before doing that, when turning on without holding the three buttons down, the unscrambled file could be read from a thumb drive using tlstuart's procedure, above. But the organ ignores the file in Platinum mode. I'm pretty sure Andy would find the same thing.

    If you DO want to flip the switch, but haven't been inside before, PLEASE PM me for step-by-step instructions and pictures first. In particular, the video cable will pull loose as you lift the keyboard, and could be damaged.

  • RogerM
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    I’m not Andy but try this from one of his posts a while back - Hold down the Rotary Slow/Fast, plus rhythm variation buttons 1 and 4 while turning on the power to do this.

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