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Often the culprit is dirty or corroded tube sockets in the Hammond preamp. You don't mention the speaker model, but if it is a tube leslie it could have the same problem. You can try removing the tubes and squirting Deoxit contact cleaner into each tube socket. Then look at the pins on each tube to see if they are rusted or otherwise corroded and clean as much as possible before putting everything back together. 

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