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Willem van Blanken

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1 Posted on 03/12/2012 at 03:11:49
I'm restoring an Elkatone 350 for my son. He wants to combine the amp/leslie with his Rhodes. But I have no foot-switch or schematics. I got the amp. working and restored the electronics so everything is working except the Leslie motor. Most probably it will be activated with the foot switch. The leslie has two motors, one small one for low speed and a bigger one for "full" speed. I have two questions:
1- does somebody has some details about the foot-switch and or pin configuration of the connector?
2- does anybody knows the voltage for the motors?

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Willem

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