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Newer page: version 2 Last edited on August 31, 2007 7:41 am. by JeffDairiki
Older page: version 1 Last edited on May 10, 2001 9:02 am. by 24.12.245.74
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 __Warning:__ To protect the organ case from scratches, you should get some heavy paper, or light cardboard, and insert it between the ends of the manuals and the organ case. Do this __before__ you even think about moving the drawbar base or the manuals. ([Trek] makes dedicated scratch protectors for this purpose --- if you plan on doing this sort of thing more than once, they are highly recommended. See http://www.trekii.com/CSP1.html.) 
  
 __Upper Manual__ 
  
-# Remove the (wooden) music desk base. Generally there are four screws holding this on. (On an A-100, the whole top of the case comes off --- there are two additional screws under the back edge which need to be removed.) 
+# Remove the (wooden) music desk base. Generally there are four screws holding this on. (On an [ A-100] , the whole top of the case comes off --- there are two additional screws under the back edge which need to be removed.) 
 # From the top, remove two big bolts (slotted, oval head). These bolts hold the drawbar base to the upper and lower manuals. 
 # There are four big hex-head bolts (entering from the bottom) which hold the manuals down into the case. To lift the upper manual you need to remove the back two. (In some A-100's you may have to remove the reverb springs to be able to get at and remove the right, rear bolt.) 
 # Pull the drawbars out (to 8). 
 # Make sure you've got something between the manuals and the case to protect the case from scratches (see above warning). 

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