Question about Roland JUNO-Gi 61-Key Mobile Synthesizer with Digital Recorder
Please Help.. some keys of my JunoDi got out of tuned. (1-3 keys per octave) maybe because of the incident last nightt, (my friend accidentally throw some liquid at my keys) but no so sure if that's the cause... WHAT SHALL I DO??..PLEASE HELP
Un screw your DI and remove the rubber pads under the keys and gently whip any liquid under it and on the key on it .the liquid is acting as resistance to result in de tune.
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Some keys on my roland
The key contacts need to be cleaned. They are usually conductive rubber pills in silicone domes that get pressed onto circuitboard traces by the keys. Disassemble to get at the contacts. clean ONLY with 99% isoprophyl alocohol and Q tips. Clean both the pills AND the circuit traces they contact.
Be very careful of cables when opening the unit. Document where all the screws go and their length and threads.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
SOURCE: Volume of some keys (one
Take it in for repair. There may be a broken line for the velocity sensing of that octave of keys that is causing the velocity to be sensed low. The repair is NOT DIY if this is the case.
Posted on Sep 02, 2011
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