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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the correct way to transfer files from the piano to a computer is via the MIDI out socket on the piano ...not the jack
you may possible need a midi to usb convertor ...which readly available and cheap
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
You would be very surprised of how few moving parts are in side one of these keyboards. There is no fix to the action,trust me. play the day lights out of it until it stops then get a new one. Have some fun and explore, if you find an old one that is shot, take it a part and you will see what I mean. These units are really a disposable instrument.
I hope this doesn't disappoint you . I hope it helped. Keep on rockin in the free world. DFD
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
If your piano is the same as mine, there is a rubber membrane with contacts imbedded in it that sits on top of a circuit board. The key pushes the contact in the membrane onto the contact causing a note on. What happens is the cylindrical part of the membrane that holds the contact can get torn and the contact will no longer travel in a straight line to trigger the note. The entire membrane strip has to be replaced. The strip on my piano was discontinued and I had to manufacture one from an extra Roland membrane that had some bad contacts in it. You will have to contact Technicsat www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/PNAEndecaSearchCmd for support. If you don't feel comfortable tackling the repair yourself consult a good piano tuner/repair place in your area for advice.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
This could be many things. It is most likely noise from a defective chip in the unit. If sounds are normal except for the hiss, then test if the volume control reduces it. IF not, then problem is in the power amp section. If it does vary the loudness, then problem is likely between the D-A convertor and the volume control.
I would first try to isolate this by cooling selected parts with circuit cooler mist to see if you can find one that reduces the hiss when you cool it... Spray, then wait ten seconds before moving to the next on.
USUALLY semiconductors cause this, but rarely a bad resistor or cap can as well.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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