Question about Korg Legacy Collection
My korg i5s has developed a problem. When it is powered up the display screen is saying ''low battery''. Also no sound is comming out of the board, but all the display is showing up on the screen.
SOURCE: sticky keys on Korg extreme
Unplug the unit. Apply small amounts of isopropyl 99% (or 91% if it contains no emollients) using a dropper or try with a High-Quality cotton swab as you depress and release the key. If it helps, make sure it dries completely. The alcohol will evaporate quite rapidly. Works well for Red Bull and Jaeger Bombs dropped on the keys.
The Triton LE has a similar key structure to the Karma and some Ensoniqs. It is actually VERY EASY to a tech with minimal experience to open it up and clean the contact of a key that has gotten too dirty. Broken keys are also very easy to replace. It is not easy to destroy your keyboard by opening it and taking a look. When you shake it, can you hear a small piece of plastic rattling? Maybe it broke. www dot korgparts dot com has replacement keys and I think even manuals and stuff. FYI - the Triton and LE use different keys.
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
SOURCE: Low battery voltage issue
I just replaced mine. Your keyboard will not self-destruct. Go to Radio Shack and buy a CR2032 ($5 or so). Turn your TE over. Unscrew the hatch. You'll see the battery is in reachable distance. Pop it out. Put the new one in. That's all.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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