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Re: Anyone stocking Fatar replacement parts?

Postby organtechnology » Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:41 am

hovudverk wrote:Oliver Schmidt of OSI Germany,.

Who is this and what does OSI stand for?

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Re: Anyone stocking Fatar replacement parts?

Postby johnstump_organist » Fri Jun 07, 2019 12:08 pm

This is probably a wild goose chase idea, but.... many Allen dealers remove the tracker touch bubbles on the models that use Fatar keys when customers complain about the touch being too heavy. Maybe there is an Allen dealer somewhere that has a stock pile of the removed ones. Couldn't hurt to ask your local Allen dealer.
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Re: Anyone stocking Fatar replacement parts?

Postby profeluisegarcia » Sat Jun 08, 2019 12:14 am

As a last resort, what about to replace the TT bubble strips system with a neodymiun magnets system. I make some experiments about this times ago and it seems to to work.

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Re: Anyone stocking Fatar replacement parts?

Postby hovudverk » Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:55 am

organtechnology wrote:
hovudverk wrote:Oliver Schmidt of OSI Germany,.

Who is this and what does OSI stand for?


Not quite sure what OSI stands for, but Mr Schmidt runs a company that delivers audio systems and custom Hauptwerk installations. www.osi-profisoundsysteme.de The website is in German only, but he can communicate in English.

johnstump_organist wrote:Maybe there is an Allen dealer somewhere that has a stock pile of the removed ones. Couldn't hurt to ask your local Allen dealer.


Interesting option. I should have checked out the bankruptcy sale when the local Allen dealer went bust a couple of years ago!

Anyway, in case I wasn't clear enough earlier: I got the parts I needed. They *can* be ordered from Fatar if you have the right connections. If you don't, you could try to ask OSI to order for you.
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