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Old 12-19-2018, 10:12 AM   #41
Michael Kazmierski Dunn
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Default Re: DegerPipes first generation issue

Hi y'all,
So, it's been well over a couple of years since I brought up the issues with my first-generation DegerPipes. I still haven't got them fixed yet, but @Buzz, my Dad is about to try all of the instructions in your post about the soldering and whatnot. So we'll see how it goes!
But my dad has a couple questions. Firstly, the wire array is slightly different on my pipes than in the pictures. Also, the wires are different colors. From that, Dad only needs to know if the connections should be in the same place as they were in the pictures?
Also, it's literally the long power wire that broke. He's going to solder it together and also solder that onto the chip board so that the pipes can finally start working again, and when I'll literally feel like I'm really dreaming - I've only had dreams about playing these things
Keep in mind, I've wanted such a thing since 2005...

Michael
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Old 12-28-2018, 07:56 PM   #42
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Default Re: DegerPipes first generation issue

Oh no! My dad tried fixing my DegerPipes but they don't work! I guess I'll die if Manfred doesn't respond. If I don't get a working Deger...
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