Question about Williams Encore Digital Piano
One key? or all keys?
if one key- the switch contacts for that one key are where to look for dirt, corrosion or broken wires.
If one octave- check wires and connections on the borad that set of wires lead to, and look for bad solder joints or bulging capacitors, or evidence of a spilled beverage.
If all keys, Check to make sure the mute button is not pressed. and volume level is up, and see if headphones will work with it. If you are using headphones- try a different pair first, you may have a broken wire in the headphones Then check the wiring inside, especially the wire for common buss connection. Also check the amplifier for funtionality. This is simply done by pressing a screwdriver in contact with the amplifier input, you should hear a buzz out of the speakers of the keyboard or through the headphones. The amplifier borad is the one with wires to the headphone jack and speakers.
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