20 Most Recent Roland Digital Piano FP4 Black With Stand 4139 Questions & Answers


I first would suspect the switches on the eadphone jack. Normally these cut off the speakers when headphones are plugged in. These jacks and the switches are really weak, poorly made, and easily broken, especially if headphone cord gets yanked.

Roland Digital... | Answered on Apr 26, 2018


Here's a link to the Owner's Manual
for a service manual, you're probably going to have to contact Roland directly, since they don't even list the fp-8 on their website. Service manuals for their other products only run about five bucks for a hard copy, i believe. I'm sure you can get to the right place through here: http://www.rolandus.com/corporate/contact_us/

Roland Digital... | Answered on Dec 16, 2011


One of the lines in the keyboard scanner has opened up. I have an idea what it might be and it is a nasty problem involving circuit traces that are silver conductive paint on a plastic insulating base that separate from a jumper at each end of the strip that the key contacts are made by conductive rubber pills pressed down by the keys. The contact of the flexible circuit under the keys to the jumper cable can be broken by vibration. I have an EPS7 with the problem and other than replacing the whole contact strip under the keys it really has no easy solution.You should probably have a Roland shop look at this problem. If your unit has this same arrangement it is repairable only by replacing the whole key contact strip.

Roland Digital... | Answered on Jun 09, 2011


you have some internal components bad audio output IC, capacitors, driver transistors etc. your doing nothing wrong.

maybe just don't leave it on if your not playing it. Heat kills Electronics.

Roland Digital... | Answered on Jan 03, 2011


your sound process digitaliser has burned out the crackling should have warned you as to the fault and had it replaced (fixed) right away this is a simple repair but does need to be done by an electronics tech

Roland Digital... | Answered on Jan 02, 2011


You don't tell us where you're located, but the best bet would be either Ebay, Craig's List, or Reverb.com

Roland Music | Answered on May 21, 2019


Unfortunatly the impact from a fall can lead to numerous problems ranging from a broken fuse to a disloged power supply to a cracked board. I'd suggest taking it into your nearest Roland authourized service center to get it checked out. If you're not trained in electronics you can do more harm than good poking around inside the amp. https://www.roland.com/us/support/service_repair/service_centers

Roland Music | Answered on May 17, 2019


The most likely problem would be wiring. By dropping it you loosened or disconnected a wire.

Roland Music | Answered on Apr 30, 2019


SPD-SX: Auto Off - Roland - Support - Knowledge Base - Knowledge ...


https://www.roland.com/us/support/knowledge_base/201970679/

Auto Off is a feature that shuts down the SPD-SX automatically when it hasn't been used for 4 hours. This can be helpful if you've mistakenly left the SPD-SX's ... Missing: js8 ‎' ‎Must include: ‎js8

Roland Music | Answered on Feb 24, 2019

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