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You need to clean the pcb and remove dried spillage residue
you could try wasking the rubber contacts but these may need to b ereaplaced.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem of the Juno-D is de rubber strips inside under the keysthere are 5 strips, you have to clean this rubber strips with alcohol and clean the board too, this will resolve your problem if you leave the Juno-D without playing for a long period you will get the same problem again. this is a very poor keyboard it,s a pitty that Roland Make so poor keyboard!!!!
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
Have you tried the pedal straight into the amp without going thru the Roland?
Does the sustain pedal turn on with the foot pedal or is it a separte stomp switch to turn it on?
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Did you ever get hold of an FP-8 service manual? The weight replacement is relatively simple: The case opens by removal of eight screws, four at each end on the underside. The top then hinges up. Keyboard assembly is removed by first unplugging the two white ribbon connectors at the center, then removing the screws at the front edge (underneath) and the screws (gold) at the back of the assembly (accessible from the top). Keys pop out by spreading the two "wings" at the pivot point, and then the weights (Roland calls them "hammers") lift out. Roland will sell you new ones, but I have no idea whether the replacements are any better than the originals. I've done two of these pianos so far, and have a third waiting to be worked on. I do have a service manual, but I think I downloaded it freebee somewhere.
The other failure mode on this piano is the electolytic coupling caps on the output board - I've replaced all of them on both pianos - don't remember the value offhand.
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Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Here is the spec sheet for the Roland E-09:http://www.rolandus.com/products/productdetails.php?ProductId=828 The Roland E-14 was manufactured in 1996 and the specifications are not easily available on the internet. If you are considering buying one (E-14) make sure it is in good shape with everything working and you can get it cheaper than a new E-09. If you really want to compare you will have to find a manual for a E-14 and download a manual for a E-09 and compare the features side by side. If you have an E-14 and are considering purchasing a new E-09 find a local dealer who is selling the new one and see if you can take yours there and compare them side by side. Comparison should be a personal decision. I might like a Chev and you might like a Ford. You pretty much have to decide for yourself. If you are buying one look at your budget and compare other keyboards with similar features. Also consider whether the amount of playing you will do might justify saving up some money to buy a higher end Roland if you are particular to Roland. Let me know if this helps.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
SOURCE: Roland E-86 manual
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Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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