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    Need Schematic for Deagan Electronic Carillon

    I posted a long background on this problem in the general discussion forum. I am in the need of a schematic on a Deagan Carillon. It is a small cabinet self contained amp, striker bars, speaker and keyboard (removed to the organ) which blows fuses. I have found the transformer bad but can replace it with a Hammond model.
    What I need are the values of the axiel capacitors in the circuitry (other than the can type electrolytics). They are 2 tube type (axiel) and completely bare. Anyone have a schematics or knowledge of these things?
    There is no model number on this thing anywhere.


    Ray

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    Ray,

    You may consider contacting member, CarillonBells. He has had several carillon projects over the years. If he can't help you, he may be able to lead you to someone who can.

    Hope this is helpful.

    Michael
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    I see you live in West Tn. also. I have three of these units in the shop but need to know if you are repairing the amp. or the paper caps located near the striker coils.

    Michael

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    Michael

    Thanks for responding. I took the amp itself out and took it home. I assume the striker infrastructure is OK. It still looks new. The amp itself has one paper cap looks like 0.5/120VDC and several ceramic discs(3). Also, there are the can type electrolytics. I can get all these by identification markings. There is one also attached to the input terminals (screw terminal) on the outside (RCA end of the case.) It is a red tubular axiel and reads maybe .002/400?. The ones I can't get anything on are the 2 aluminum cased tubular caps. All markings are gone. They could be electrolytic but not sure. One is attached between the 6v6 pin 6 and the output transformer. The other is attached to pin 3 of 6SN7 and the shielded audio lines input. They both look physically the same. I can send you a picture if you need of I can call you or you can call me when we both have one in front of us to describe.

    Any help is appreciated.

    Thanks

    Ray

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    Hi all,

    PM has been sent - figure I'll ask here as well, any model or ID numbers on the amp and/or unit?
    Corey

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