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Yamaha Keyboard Microphone Not Working

I have a Yamaha 9000 Pro keyboard and the micorphone has stopped working all together. I think a fuse may have gone somewhere in teh keyboard but I have no idea where to start looking.
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I have keyboard yamaha psr 2000 and input microphone guita line not working .i try many differance mic .does anyone have any suggestions
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Hi Simon. Has the cable to your Mike been trapped under the stand, trodden on etc. Could be a faulty plug or even Mike/switch. Did the Mike ever crackle under use?

Have you another Mike and lead to try?

Sorry for the obvious questions but I have seen this happen before and it was a faulty lead...


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Keyboard off, hold down top C key while turning on. This factory resets. Does D key now work - if not. Has it ever worked - if not then it could possibly be the ribbon connector between the keyboard and the motherboard. If one of the cables gets bent then this would stop all notes associated with that connection to stop working. This will only have occured if the keyboard has never played these notes or if it has been taken apart.

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