Question about Casio LK30 Note Lighted Keyboard
I have one octave of keys whereby the tone remains sustained after pressing them once and I am not able to play on these keys after that. The problem remains despite following the manual to switch off the power. Please advise. thanks in advance.
The "sustained notes" means that those keys are not sending the "off" message that is sent upon the keys being released. Now it maybe that if you are filling up the memory with lots of notes at one time or a program is particularly heavy on sounds and settings, yes, this couuld prevent the message getting to the processor.
If this is a regular occurance, my feeling would be that the microswitches under the keys are wearingand require replacing (could be pricey compared to a new unit......but god bless ebay, someone will want it)
Posted on Nov 05, 2011
Remove all power sources for at least 2 minutes. That means removing the batteries and power cord completely from the K board. Then try again. If that doesn't do it, it'll be time for a service visit...accordianman
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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