Question about Yamaha Music
Some of the keys seems to be out of tune i am looking for a repair person who could come to my house to repair it
Try local Yamaha dealer. They may not make house calls, few people these days do.
What you might try if you are up to the challenge is flip the keyboard over- unplug it. remove the screws that hold the top and bottom shells together- do not let weight of unit rest on keys, especially when opening it up.
Look for physical damage to the keyboard action in the vicinity of the nonfunctional section. Check for broken printed circuit board. If you see any cracks, see where it ends and drill a small hole at the end of the crack to halt propagation. clean the varnish off the circuit tracks and tin the broken tracks first on either side of the break then bridge them with solder. Use a modest sized soldering iron and small diameter (rosin core only) solder. If there are any broken wire connections, resolder them. This may require part of the action to be removed from case- take pictures first before proceeding- make sure they show exactly where the connectors are and what wires are present. etc. You want to be able to refer to the pictures in the event you forget details of disassembly.
If nothing looks out of place, look for solder joints that do not appear to have flown out nicely- reflow them adding a little solder.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you tried using the can of air. you can get it at almost any drug store walmart or kmart. just spray the can of air between the keys and they should become unstuck.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
Without power to the unit no sound should be generated. Make sure there are no other connections.
MAYBE you have a wall transformer behind it that is buzzing. MANY wall transformers develop buzz.
Another source is flourescent lights and even some of the low voltage halogens have noisy transformers in the base.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Check the connector underneath the pedals hasn't become dislodged and of course the one that plugs in underneath. Grvity works to unplug these.
Check the contacts of the pedal switches.
you say pedal... which one? Damper, Sostenuto, or Soft or all of them not working?
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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I have two Yamaha's and I will say they are maintainable. Almost ALL the weighted piano key models use a keyboard made by one company as I understand it. I can easily get service manuals for the Yamaha, not quite as easy for the Roland... same goes for repair parts. Your decision... listen to each and decide. Hint: Use a set of headphones to do the compparision rather than internal speakers as the orientation in a music store can drastically change the sound.
Posted on May 01, 2011
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