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No sound from ydp 223

Have power have lights worked yesterday but suddenly no sound is coming from unit. Used in a school - possible that someone hit some button or cable

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SOURCE: Digital Piano has sticking key

Typically LOTS of screws... concentrate on those around the edge. USE GREAT care and force nothing when removing the cover...and great care of cables between the cover and the base. Mark the cables so you remember the direction they attach.

When you get edge screws out, then gentle lift and see where it seems to be held...

Some of these synths have 50 to take out to get apart. MOST are in plastic bosses and keep track of the size and length as you can put too long a one in the wrong place and crack the boss.

I use a compartmented plastic tray to keep the screws in order.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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SOURCE: ydp 223 some keys are starting to stick to on the

Yamaha keyboards can be prone to sticking keys due to the rear part of the key cracking around the return spring - if this is the case the only solution is replacing the affected key modules. However this problem generally only occurs with long term use by very physical players.
Otherwise the problem may be caused by a build up of dust / fluff between adjacent keys - try raking out the spaces with a thin piece of fairly rigid plastic (maybe a credit card might work?)

Posted on Feb 25, 2011

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