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Moog® Rogue View
the
Repair
Broken Power Jack
Main PC Board

In 1981, the Rogue was Moog's most streamlined music synthesizer, delivering their fat, authentic Moog sound to a broader audience.  The design was even licensed to Radio Shack who built a nearly identical two-oscillator analog monosynth:  the Realistic Concertmate MG-1.

The Rogue design was also used in Moog's Taurus II bass pedal synth.

 

24 Volt AC power adapter required

This Rogue came into the shop because of a broken POWER IN jack.

However, lurking inside the Rogue was a gooey, unseen mess (see above).

PC-mount mini-phone jack

This repair story shows the details of cleaning up the mess and then replacing the broken Power Jack.




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