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    Hey. I am so fortunate to have been given a Baldwin organ and a Lesile cabinet model 102 from a local church. The thing is that someone at the chruch has cut of the cabel between the organ and the leslie and put a little european connector in both ends. Probably becuse he needed a longer cable. Sadly I just have one half of the cable that connects to the leslie. We could'nt find the other one. When I went to the US this summer I bought a little 6-pin leslie connector of ebay to fit in my organ. But I have no idea which cable should be on what pin.</p>

    I took some pics so you can see how it looks like:</p>

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    In the back of the organ
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    The cut off cable
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    In the back of the leslie. Same cable as previous picture.
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    Plug that fits on the Leslie. 9-PIN!
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    My new plug. Fits in the organ. 6-PIN!
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    Cable that i want to fit in the new plug.
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    Anyone that can help me with this? I have been googleing around but it's hard to get a grip of what to do.</p>

    Thanks//Jacob
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    Re: How to connect a Leslie cabinet model 102 to a Baldwin organ?

    Doesn't anyone have any idea?

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      Re: How to connect a Leslie cabinet model 102 to a Baldwin organ?



      Jacob - any update on this? I just came across this while doing an unrelated search. You are sure this worked correctly at one time, right? The 102 was a specialty cabinet mostly for Gulbransen organs but it could have been cobbled to others with some work. Give me as much info about the organ itself that you know about as well.</P>


      -jim</P>
      Jimmy Williams
      Hobbyist (organist/technician)
      Gulbransen Model D with Leslie 204

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