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Yamaha psr gx76

The "Touch-Sensitivity" has quit working. Is there anyway that can be repaired?

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when i checked for a manual for your product it came up as musical keyboard not a computer keyboard so if it's the manaul to the muscial keyboard you want here is the link.
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/manual/english/result.php?div_code=emi
type in psr-gx76 into the search then it will show up in the results as pdf file, this is adobe file and will open with that program and most computers have it installed.
hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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when i checked for a manual for your product it came up as musical keyboard not a computer keyboard so if it's the manaul to the muscial keyboard you want here is the link.
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