Question about Music
I have a Roland Juno D music keyboard which was working fine a year ago when I stopped using it. I plugged it in the other day and 19 of the keys do not sound. Also, some of the other keys play louder than others. I reset the keyboard back to it's original factory state but it still has this fault. Can anyone guide me as to what to do fo fix this?
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
I have the answer to repairing the keys for the Juno D.
Contact Repair Kit....
I have a 7 year old Juno D and over time many of the keys stopped playing.. I tried all the cleaning and nothing really helped.
Don't remember how i found out about this but i did the Rubber contact repair kit and it does FIX the problem and according to the directions, it will fix it better than new.
product is made for any electronics using this type of contact. Ex: tv remotes, hand held game controllers etc. IT WORKED.
The keys are like brand new..
I am not a electrician or mechanic and was able to do this, so good luck.. Ok maybe you can help me.
How do i get a volume knob for my Juno D that just stopped working i hear low volume coming out of speakers but the volume knob does not turn it up or down.. and of course maybe that isn't even the problem. if anyone can help.. please do
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
All of Rolands keyboards have the same or similar contact strips. The problem is more to do with the strips than the circuit board. You can clean both and I would recommend using a pencil eraser on the circuit board before the isopropanol. Make sure you check the base of the contact strip "towers" of each key contact as they have a tendency to rip at the base with hard playing and then the strip needs to be replaced. On the older keyboards the parts are getting harder to find. There are independent repair places that source those.Here is a link to one:http://www.oaktreeent.com/Roland_Keyboard_Parts_Units.htm
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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