Question about Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard
We have a Yamaha Gran Touch 2 piano, about 5 years old.
10 notes, from bottom, first B,C,D#,E,G,G#,B,C,D#,E do not give full resonance 'legato' when struck and held without pedal. They sound short 'staccato'. This problem disappears when the sustain pedal is depressed. All notes are then fully sustained.
Some water from a vase was spilled inside the hood at the treble end of the piano.
Can you identify this problem and indicate the solution please?
Hi John. Doesn't sound good at all. Your Digital piano is an expensive piece of kit and I would seek a professional repairer to put it right. I would Contact Yamaha Kemble and seek advice.
At the end of the keys are small optical sensors that pick up your keysrokes and turn that into Digital Data. I would suspect that the water has shorted them out and they might need replacing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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