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Reset yamaha SPX1000 - Music

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    Patrick Smolinski Oct 14, 2013

    Ahh, there it is!!!

    Hold down + and Power Up.
    to "10".

    Cycle Power

  • Patrick Smolinski
    Patrick Smolinski Oct 14, 2013

    Ahh, there it is!!! Hold down + and Power Up. to "10". Cycle Power

  • Patrick Smolinski
    Patrick Smolinski Oct 14, 2013

    Ahh, there it is!!! Hold down [PARAM] + [TRIGGER] and Power Up. [Memory Up] to "10". [RECALL] Cycle Power

  • Patrick Smolinski
    Patrick Smolinski Oct 14, 2013

    Why won't this site let me post this as a solution (faded out), and why did it "butcher" my first comment? Sheese, shouldn't be this difficult to answer you own question!!

  • Patrick Smolinski
    Patrick Smolinski Oct 30, 2013

    This worked for the SPX900 as well! Be careful! It doesn't show you that it "did" anything...just cycle power...

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Change the Battery and power holding the "reset button"

Good luck

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