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I have a yamaha organ BK20c about every 8th key on the bottom keyboard is silent any quick fix idea's

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Try to use a spray contact cleaner from radio shack and apply it in the key while you are pressing it many times.

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I believe organ hasn't been played or even turned on in over 10 years. The top keyboard plays if I turn on a setting such as piano or trumpet however I can't just get the organ keys to play.


Since the organ has not been used for a long time, I suspect that there can be degradation of the electronics, specially with electrolytic capacitors. hence I request you to switch on the Organ continuously and allow it to warm up, it there is improvement , then it will be worth to remove the bottom panel and clean up the boards,dry the PCB with a hair dryer and reconnect the boards.
Hope this will help.

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Alesis QS8 keyboard. The volume of the organ is much louder than the keyboard when I switch between both modes without touching the volume slide. How can I fix this.


On organ mode, in general, almost all brands of the modern keyboard, velocity setting is not enabled. Setting velocity is used to determine how much the level of the sound that follows how strongly you press the keys. It is really just to imitate the sound of vintage organs, which in the past, electronic organ technologi not use the velocity on the keys. So, how strong / slow we press the keys, the sound level will remain the same.
At the Piano mode,modern keyboard using setting velocity. This also to imitate an acoustic piano, which, if we press the keys slowly, the sound level will be slow as well, and vice versa.
So, in your case,at the same volume slider, try to play on the organ modes, note level. Moving to the piano mode and press the keys securely powered (full power). Then the sound level should be equal to the organ mode.
On modern keyboards, also included organ sound that added velocity setting. Usually found on the user bank.

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Probably because Yamaha ones have always been better and have been taken more seriously by the musical fraternity.
Second hand prices were always poor as they weren't that good and new ones were often heavily discounted to move them.

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I purchased a DVD of all yamaha keyboards diagrams and repair on E-Bay.Try that..I hope this helps.

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sometimes with portable keyboards the circuits get overloaded with *** and it mucks it all up just replace it/die

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Wierd synbuls


You may have activated a shortcut key on your keyboard such as the Fn (function) key. It looks like this

Fn and usually situated on the bottom left hand side of your keyboard near the left hand cntrl button.

Some function keys when pressed once remain on. Once they are on they can cause different symbols to appear in place of the normal keyboard ones. If you press your Fn key again and then try typing on the keyboard once again it may help fix your problem.

I hope this helps
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john

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"Reprogrammed" keyboard


Normal 0 Go to Control Panel.
1. Click on Keyboard.
2. When the Keyboard Properties come up, CLICK on Key Settings.
3. Then set up the Cap Lock key.
Hope this will help some. Bud

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