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Subject: Re: repair

Jack McEnterfer
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Date Posted: 18:38:11 03/15/06 Wed
In reply to: Mark Fontana 's message, "Re: repair" on 22:31:12 10/13/05 Thu

Hi, I moved my piano from one side of the room to the other. The cable between the pianocorder on the piano and the tape player was way too long and I didn't have a place to coil it up, so I cut it (thinking it was all color coded) it wasn't. Their are seven black wires, three red, two white, two green and one yellow. It played beautifully before I destroyed it, now nothing. Anyone have a wiring diagram or know where I can find one? I live in Orange County California. Thanks, Jack

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Re: repairMark Fontana07:52:07 03/16/06 Thu

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