Question about Music
Broken keys need to be replaced
Posted by Anonymous on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You either did not get the ribbon cable seated OR got it upside down.
If this cable is the flat ribbon with exposed solder plated points of contact, OFTEN those connectors have a latch to release by GENTLY moving tabs on eaither side in the direction of pulling the cable out. This lock MUST be moved out slightly to allow the cable to seat properly. The solder plated contacts will be FULLY into the connector when seated properly.
These cables ALSO can be inserted backwards and NO connection will be made.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
This depends on "how" they are "broken".
Many of the keyboards with semi-weighted keys get the keys knocked out of the pivot points and one has to open the unit and reseat the key and/or the key spring retainer.
If the keys have broken parts, replacement is the only option.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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