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    Apologies. For some reason I was thinking of the...

    Apologies. For some reason I was thinking of the Deluxe/Deville type amps.
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    Good stuff Nevets! IMO, that doesn't effect the...

    Good stuff Nevets! IMO, that doesn't effect the "vintageness" at all. I don't see it as effecting value any more than clipping out a death cap and adding a grounded cable to an amp.
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    Start old school and insert something into the...

    Start old school and insert something into the return jack to see if it's a preamp or power amp problem.
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    What is the intended use? Could you just use a...

    What is the intended use? Could you just use a standard 3 pin XLR? Is it possible to change the connector in the microphone?
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    At least the one I linked comes apart for...

    At least the one I linked comes apart for repairs. Let me guess- a $30 connector for a $20 mic?
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    https://www.ebay.com/p/1301541840?iid=113868083966...

    https://www.ebay.com/p/1301541840?iid=113868083966&chn=ps&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=113868083966&targetid=941271555837&device=c&mktype=pla&googleloc=9020397&poi=&campai...
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    Very possible. If no set screw, I'd try to...

    Very possible. If no set screw, I'd try to carefully remove the rubber, maybe with some heat like Enzo suggested. If you destroy it, you could maybe make something out of heat shrink and left over...
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    Well, it was worth a shot. I haven't seen one...

    Well, it was worth a shot. I haven't seen one without a set screw.
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    It might be under that threaded collar. Is there...

    It might be under that threaded collar. Is there a way to thread it off or forward enough to look under it?

    This is a typical Shure XLR male connector showing where the set screw would be if...
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    Is there a set screw on the side of the connector...

    Is there a set screw on the side of the connector that allows the pin part to come out like the connector in a microphone? Maybe the rubber sleeve part stays put? It's a Shure connector and most all...
  11. Actually, if you click the pic, then click again...

    Actually, if you click the pic, then click again so it opens in a new window. Then click once more so it's full size, the resolution is fine.

    A lot of that is in the pdf I linked in post #2 anyway.
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    Or, as often happens, the engineers/designers...

    Or, as often happens, the engineers/designers drew the schematic based on parts they used to build and design the amp. Then, the bean counters found a cheaper source for the transformer for...
  13. Did you unhook the PT secondary and test to...

    Did you unhook the PT secondary and test to verify that it's not just a shorted load?
  14. Perhaps it's a piezo pickup and it's supposed to...

    Perhaps it's a piezo pickup and it's supposed to read open?
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    I'm not a person who likes to turn away a repair....

    I'm not a person who likes to turn away a repair. Nor do I like being a Negative Nancy. But, it's just the way these amps are- not repair friendly and cheap. Even if you could fix it in 1 hour, add...
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    At the risk of sounding like a "guru" that used...

    At the risk of sounding like a "guru" that used to hang out here: Not at all a dig on you repairing the amp, but I'll say this. I don't fix the Crown CE line in my shop. They usually need a ton of...
  17. Good score! You can build a guitar amp and make...

    Good score! You can build a guitar amp and make money on parts you don't need!
  18. Not a great idea, but not the first time I've...

    Not a great idea, but not the first time I've seen it done.
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    I've had factory OEM replacement tranformers be...

    I've had factory OEM replacement tranformers be "wrong". For that reason, when I replace an OT, I don't trim the wires until I verify that it's wired correctly. You'll often find primary wires color...
  20. What does the terminal strip go to? Maybe the OT?...

    What does the terminal strip go to? Maybe the OT? I'm guessing the switches turned speakers on and off in certain rooms like Enzo said.
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    If the wires were wrong, the amp would be...

    If the wires were wrong, the amp would be oscillating because you'd have positive instead of negative feedback. If the amp has been working all this time, it's extremely unlikely it's wired wrong,...
  22. I rarely buy single quantity parts. If you're...

    I rarely buy single quantity parts. If you're going to buy something and pay freight, you might as well make it worth the freight cost. I'll usually also order some other things I might need. That...
  23. Looking at the schematic, this thing has a lot...

    Looking at the schematic, this thing has a lot going for it already. DC filaments on V1-V3, adjustable bias, etc. You could also cascade the first 2 triodes of each pair of inputs and make a 2 input...
  24. Don't let the tube hi-fi nuts hear you say that!...

    Don't let the tube hi-fi nuts hear you say that! :tape:
    And, sure,...... why not build a guitar amp out of it? I do agree, there's not much use for it as a P.A head these days.
    The schematic is in...
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    If you can't find/don't have a schematic, my best...

    If you can't find/don't have a schematic, my best advice would be to download the Duncan Tone Stack Calculator here:

    http://www.duncanamps.com/tsc/

    Plug in the values you have in your amp, and...
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    Lots of grill cloth on eBay, also (in various...

    Lots of grill cloth on eBay, also (in various sizes and types).
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    Schematic?

    Schematic?
  28. That's the same thing I do. It's just a bit...

    That's the same thing I do. It's just a bit "stouter" than your normal coffe. I also grind my own beans. My brother is also a coffee lover and he's been buying un-roasted beans and roasting them in...
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