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Moog® Micromoog    Repair & Restoration

Micromoog control panel

This vintage Micromoog synthesizer came into the shop with intermittently functioning controls, and keys that wouldn't trigger.

It was obvious that all the pots, switches and keyboard contacts needed cleaning.

In addition, it seemed to generate neither loudness nor filter contours, and the keyboard was out of tune.

Micromoog rear panel

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