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Some keys on the left side are not giving sound when played and the master volume is loosing can it be fixed or should i have to buy a new master volume

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It's about hardwares.
Wiring connection sockets is loose.
Inside the korg PA50,Wiring connection to the keyboard is separate to left and right.
Open/disassemble your korg.
Look for connection cable to the left keyboard.
One end is on the keyboard,the other end is at the mainboard.
Unplug both of it, then mounted again.
For master volume,better buy new one.

Posted on Sep 01, 2015

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