Lowrey organs are sometimes inherited or passed on to family members for various reasons. The history of the organ can be lost through time, as well as the age of the organ. Organs obtained through other sources may not have a manual available. The year of the organ will be needed if parts or services are necessary.
Things You'll Need
Locate the model plate on the back of the organ or under the keyboard.
Copy the model number and the model of the organ. This information will provide the exact year of the organ.
Compare the information with the online site located at OrganService.com. Search through the numbers located on the left side of the screen. Once the model number has been found, confirm the organ model is correct. The last column will provide the year of the organ.
Dial 1-800-451-5940 for models not included on the website list.
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