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-This may sound strange to some of you, but I own a 1936 hammond model A which sat unused for 30 years. when I bought it the tone generator would not spin up to speed. The run motor was the problem. I oiled the organ for two weeks and still could not get rid of the terrible bearing squeeling. A Reverend from the mid-west told me to make a half and half mixture of Hammond organ oil and lighter fluid about 4 oz. The lighter fluid breaks up the gum on the little oil threads and allowes the oil to flow freely. Tried it and 5 minuets later the squeeling was gone forever. Follow with a good oiling and you will never hear it again.  
-Phil A  

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