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I need a manual for a psr-275 Yamaha keyboard. Can you help me, please.


The owner's manual for the Portatone PSR-275 is available from Yamaha on the product page: http://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical-instruments/keyboards/digitalkeyboards/portable_keyboards/psr-275/ . Click on the Suppport tab and look at the Downloads section. The English version is right there. For the manual in other languages, click on the More Downloads link and scroll down from the search box area. The links are done in Javascript so you'll need a modern browser to resolve them. The direct link to the User's Manual (in English) that came up today in my browser is http://download.yamaha.com/api/asset/file/?language=en&site=usa.yamaha.com&asset_id=3111 . This is a PDF file so you will need Adobe Reader or a similar program to read or print the manual.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Mar 06, 2016 | Yamaha Music

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G# and A# Ghost Notes!


First try looking in your transpose settings. Refer to your manual to see if any arpeggiation/unnatural chord settings were inadvertently created by you or made by another user. If you believe it is a software problem you can not solve, back up your memory bank, remove your memory card, and hard reset your keyboard. Insert your memory card and check to see if your problem still exists.
If it is a technical problem, it sounds like you may need to get it checked out by an engineer/repairman. Sometimes when a digital keboard's keys collect too much dust/debris they can trigger multiple keys that aren't being pressed. Think about it like a key getting caught on an upright piano and pulling back the hammer next to the one that was played. A digital piano works off of one or several printed circuit boards or PCBs. The printed circuits usually can not short circuit because the wires and circuits sit in fixed positions. If an alien conductive fiber or series of conductive fibers connects a conducter to another, or if there is any humidity inside your piano it may cause circuits to misfire when a circuit is connected in the area. This could explain why notes you are not playing are being activated in the area in which you are playing.

If you are in a humid area and you suspect that this may be the cause you can attempt to draw out the humidity before getting a an expensive diagnostic done. Find a box large enough to house your keyboard. [If it is on a stand take it off and] place it inside the box. Cover the keyboard with plastic wrap (so as to prevent any foreign objects from getting into the instrument) and very carefully surround the piano with white rice. Remove the plastic wrap, close the box and leave it alone for a few days. The rice draws out any moisture from the electronic components. Very carefully (again so as to avoid getting any rice inside it) remove the keyboard from the box; remove any dust from the body, face, keys, and other components. Try your keyboard now. If humidity/moisture on the PCBs was the problem it should be solved. If not it is time to take your piano for a tune-up.
Hope this helps!

Jul 12, 2013 | Yamaha Music

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I need a user manual for casio ctk 691 keyboard;casio ctk691 musical keyboard


Here is the link to the user manual

http://support.casio.com/en/manual/008/CTK691_EN.pdf

Feb 23, 2012 | Casio Ctk691 Keyboard

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I have the a Casio Keyboard that has an SD slot, but whenever i put songs on my SD card & then plug it into the keyboard, it says that there is an ERROR . What am i supposed to do . Step by Step . to...


Does it say ERR NO FILE? If so, then read on. The reason you have this error is because you don't have a folder on your sd card named MUSICDAT. Solution:
  1. Insert your sd card into computer
  2. Make folder called MUSICDAT.
  3. Then, transfer all files inside the folder (make sure your songs are in MIDI format).
  4. Safely remove your sd card.
  5. You're ready to put it in you Casio Keyboard!
If you still get the error, take time to read you manual. Read the "using the sd card" part. The folder name might be different for your Casio Keyboard (because mine's a CTK-5000).
...and IF you still get the error, perhaps the songs you meant in your question are MP3 songs (like the ones you play on the iPod)? Then, that's a different topic... :)
Well then, good luck!

Feb 28, 2011 | Casio Lighted Keyboard LK90STADMC

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I recently purchased a yamaha PSR-E223 YPT-220 keyboard from Argos.when we got it home and opened it there was no adaptor.We are unable to find the one we need.The manual states we need a PA-3C...


Does the user guide tell you should have got this adaptor along with the keyboard? Often there's a "what's in the box" page. They normally do include one.

I would suggest firstly going to Argos and getting a replacement or ask them to supply one. You'll need your receipt.

If not then any universal AC mains adaptor which can supply 12v DC and the correct plug (2.5mm) will do the job.

You should be able to get them from Maplins, Ebay or here's a web site:-

http://www.uk.best-price.com/search/landing/query/Pa+3c+Adapter/s/google/koid/3442910623/

Jan 02, 2011 | Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard

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I have a w7 keyboard ,given to me free,but with no owners' manaul,when I plug in amp there was no sound coming out I do not why?


There should be a headphone jack... try headphones first...

If no sound from the phones with the volume control up, the unit MAY have lost settings due to depleted memory battery.

Look on the web for "factory reset" procedure for the W7.

Sep 14, 2010 | Yamaha Portable Keyboard

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Do you have yamaha keyboard psr 2000 spare parts?


My keyboard yamaha psr2000,so I want parts silicone rubber keypad 61 and including electronic board,thank you.

Feb 12, 2010 | Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard

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Won't make a sound


This is the factory reset procedure: While pressing the three lower left buttons in the Rythm Group Section ( Soul&Disco, Gospel&Blues, Country&Western ) at the same time; turn the Power button on. If you don't have the manual it is here:http://www.retrevo.com/support/Panasonic-SX-PR903H-Music-Keyboards-manual/id/619ci856/t/2/ I hope this helps.Most keyboards have a memory battery inside that has to be eventually replaced also which might be the problem.

Aug 10, 2009 | Music

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No Sound


You didn't give any specifics. Possibly it is just broken due to a loose cable to the keyboard (which you could look inside and check) or a burned out semiconductor (harder to check).

If it is a MIDI keyboard, usually symptoms like this are due to a "MIDI Channel ID" problem. It is sending the keyboard on one MIDI channel and whatever is producing the sound is listening on another. For this sort of thing, you can substitute devices to narrow down the problem or try to reset everything, removing all the batteries, if any, and checking the manuals or website for reset instructions. Of course, you may lose stored settings that way.

Jul 01, 2009 | Music

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