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Korg display not working
If you can see anythig in the display, no matter how dim, it may just be the backlight, which isn;t hard to replace if you can solder. It's also way cheaper than the whole lcd. The part is available from-
Posted on Mar 03, 2016
An alternative to using the display is to use a MIDI display prompt software , this software (you can run it on a tablet) allows you to see settings for Midi connected devices
Posted on Mar 02, 2016
It is likely something internal. The LCD is backlit so there is a chance it may be something on the order of a bad connection at the power supply input. Possibly a broken wire- as long as unit was not dropped, using a multi meter to check power is a pretty straight forward way to proceed.
If it got wet, there is possibly a burned out pico fuse, or corrosion on a connector or contact area for the rubber conductors for the display.
If unit was dropped- You may want to contact Korg to see if the display board is available. It likely is not. Which means it is a time and or money investment.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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