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    I justreceived a T582C Hammond and the cassette recorder has been disconnected.</P>


    What is the correct wiring sequence for the five spade connectors?</P>
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    Thanks,</P>

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    It has probably been disconnected as they hardly ever worked, and when they did the audio quality was appallingly bad. Best of luck with it! [:)]</p>

    Andy
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      This MAY help you - I know nothing about them but remembered these schematics from another search recently:</P>


      http://www.captain-foldback.com/Hamm..._diagram_R.gif</P>
      Jimmy Williams
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