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Yamaha s90es keys need repair

I have 3 keys on my s90es that plays but the key not going up and down
properly. I also have a B flat key that is not working at all and it does not move.

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You can go here to find a service center by you.

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Hi, probably the spring mechanism in it have gone bad. Open the kayboard panel and check for it.

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Key B2 playing to loud, not touch responsive


What is your piano brand and type?
Damage to the contact rubber can cause note plays loudly or,
note does not plays at all.
It is caused by:
1. Carbon rubber contacts dirty / dusty (yellow arrow). Clean with a pencil eraser (or cloth). Gently rub it.

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2.
Contact rubber is torn (your case). If this happen,it can not be repaired or glue. So, you have to replace one octave.
The yellow arrow indicates the side that is often torn.
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Rubber side that is torn, usually not seen, unless we move / pressing gently on top (In the rubber contact position is not installed on the board.)
Examples of this picture was yamaha psr.
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1) Turn on the power.

TIP: All buttons must remain depressed and be pressed in the order mentioned in step #2 for proper execution.

2) Press and hold down the [SEQ] button, then the [CARD] button (located next to the Demo button), and then the [DEMO] button.

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Wisdom required


If you can find the C-below-middle-C ?

Put your small finger on C,
your next finger on the next white key: D,
your middle finger on the next white key: E
your index finger on the next white key: F
your thumb on the next white key: G

Lift your fingers away from D and F -- to keep this simple -- all we did was identify the D and E and F and G keys, relative to the C key.

Press C and E and G (small, middle, thumb)
to play a "major" chord in C.

Move your fingers "up":
C to D, E to F-sharp, G to A,
and play a "major" chord in D.

Move your fingers "up":
D to D-sharp, F-sharp to G, and A to A-sharp,
and play the chord in D-sharp (usually called 'E-flat').

Move your fingers "up":
D-sharp to F, G to A, and A-sharp to C,
and play the chord in F.

Move your fingers "up",
F to G, A to B, and C to D,
and play the chord in G.

Go back to the starting position (C-E-G),
and move "down": C to B-flat, E to D, and G to F,
and play the chord in B-flat.

So far, you have C-major, D-major, E-flat-major, F-major, G-major, and B-flat-major.

There are more chords, but most pop-music is in one of these keys.

Give it a try.

A lot of left-hand stuff is just the small-finger and thumb, omitting the middle finger, e.g., C&G,
to avoid a too "muddy" sound.

Or, "stretch" your hand: C-and-G-and-the-next-higher-C.

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If you have keys that are stuck down at startup this MAY cause the unit to freeze. The parts are probably availablle to repair the unit. It is likely you will have to take it to a repair facility unless you are experienced at electronics.

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I'm sorry but it sounds like you will have to have it repaired professionally.

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I've had the very same problem twice so far. The only solution I figured is to simpy purchase an equivalent key (contact Yamaha service in your country for this) and to replace the broken one. The reason why the key doesn't work smoothly as the other one is not dirt therefore any cleaning won't help. The key is cracked deep in the place where it's attached to its 'axis'. So you'll need to remove all the screws and unmount the cover (it needs a sideshift to open once the screws are removed), be careful with the speaker wires. However you'll need firm moves anyway. Opening is tricky and gets me surprised anytime I do it so you'll need some courage :). Replacing the key is even more tricky. You'll have to remove the broken one by pulling it horizontaly (use some force, it's broken anyway). Placing a new key you'll need to uplift the 'hammer' and then slide a new one. I'm sure you'll figure it out once you see it with your own eyes (it's really hard to decribe but not so hard to do it). Hope you'll do fine. I haven't tried glueing the crack for I doubt it would work for long. Good luck!

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It is fixable. But dont "get taken" on a repair.
If it's just resoldering a few points,it shouldnt be more than $100.00
to fix

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