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    wurlitzer 310 cabinet. First Leslie?

    Hi there, was curious if anyone could tell me about this cabinet I just picked up. I don't have a corresponding organ to test it. Looks like pins 1 and 6 would be signal in, 2 and 5 motor relay, and 3 and 4 AC. What voltage is it expecting on the AC pins? Is this AC to power the motor? I am pretty handy at radio repair, and would like to test things while I figure out what to do with it. Any help would be great. When I plug it in, there is no result.

    #2
    Ok, so the motor works. The cabinet has been refinished. I am still not positive on the pinout, or voltage to apply to the ac pins. Does anyone know what sort of power a corresponding organ would produce? Or... what that organ might be so I can look?

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      #3
      There is another thread right below yours about a Wurlitzer 500 that would seem to be applicable. More conversation going on there.... I'd follow that.

      Also, as always, this:
      http://www.captain-foldback.com/Leslie_sub/pinouts.htm
      Hammond M101/Leslie 720, Hammond T412 (dying), Yamaha DX7

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        #4
        I have been watching that. Mine is a bit different, and according to a few sources is the first leslie design to be manufactured. I will post some photos once I figure out how.

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          #5
          Originally posted by ctrl View Post
          I have been watching that. Mine is a bit different, and according to a few sources is the first leslie design to be manufactured. I will post some photos.
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            #6
            any date codes on speakers or other parts???
            1956 M3, 51 Leslie Young Chang spinet, Korg Krome and Kronos

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              #7
              Originally posted by jdoc View Post
              any date codes on speakers or other parts???

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              According to this site, it is a 30s serial number.
              http://www.provide.net/~cfh/pots.html

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                #8
                The last patent number, however, indicates 40s.
                Publication number
                US2343728 A
                Publication type Grant
                Publication date Mar 7, 1944
                Filing date Jun 29, 1940
                Priority date Jun 29, 1940
                Inventors Zuck Victor I
                Original Assignee Everett Piano Company
                Export Citation BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
                External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
                https://www.google.com/patents/US2343728

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                  #9
                  EIA code 103? What manufacturer is that?

                  Also, enlighten me about that top rotor. And 2 amps? This is... interesting to say the least.

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                    #10
                    that is the Electrostatic reed patent for the organ
                    1956 M3, 51 Leslie Young Chang spinet, Korg Krome and Kronos

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                      #11
                      Perhaps this may help. Interesting, if true.

                      https://www.organforum.com/forums/sh...l=1#post434643

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                        #12
                        Thank you for the link. This supports the information I had seen previously. Mine also says tremulant. The rotator works fine. It was a standard 120 plug, so I was able to test that at least. Still looking for a voltage being put out by the 31.

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                          #13
                          Paul is pretty knowledgeable
                          1956 M3, 51 Leslie Young Chang spinet, Korg Krome and Kronos

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