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Replacing 40 Y/O Poly-61 wiring harness.
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Replacing 40 Y/O Poly-61 wiring harness.

Replacing 40 Y/O Poly-61 wiring harness.

So this was a fun, and relatively easy project to fix. Some of the contacts inside the 12 pin female connector had corroded and broke, most likely because of the battery leak that happened sometime in the past. I’m sure this could have been easier had I had the crimping tool, but the tools I had worked well enough to get the job done. Only one last issue on this synth to figure out, and that’s the broken signal on the high output circuit.

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