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DGX500 dust in the speakers

I need help cleaning up the dust, web etc.. in the speaker compartment on both sides. The speaker outside covers are not removable. Please suggest me....

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  • yuxian1606 Dec 08, 2008

    I have the same problem with some dust in the speakers. Please, can somebody help me?

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There are two types of speaker covers I've seen on Keyboard/Synthesizers and the cleanup is slightly different depending on what type.

The first type is the cloth cover. This is a fabric membrane that is streched across the a plastic frame over the speaker chamber. This is easily cleaned by using a vacuum with a brush attachment over the surface of this cloth.

The second type is a plastic grille type cover. For this type you need to go to an electronics store or other retailer that sell "Compressed air" cans these are cans that sort of look like a can of spray paint but instead just as the name implies all that is in there is deionized compressed air.

Look at the speaker and pick four evenly spaced spots around the outer edge. Give a short puff into each spot. and then go around a 2nd time. Do the same for the other speaker. Then around the outer casing of the unit there are likely some Heat dissipation vents. you can give those a couple of blasts. Then if you have more air left in the can you might want to do your speakers a couple more times.

Hope this helps
Dave

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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