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Yamaha YPT 400: ALL re are not working


Hi, If by "re" not working you mean note D then try the following.
Keyboard off, hold down top C key while turning on. This factory resets. Does D key now work - if not. Has it ever worked - if not then it could possibly be the ribbon connector between the keyboard and the motherboard. If one of the cables gets bent then this would stop all notes associated with that connection to stop working. This will only have occured if the keyboard has never played these notes or if it has been taken apart.

You could also try the self test mode : Keyboard off, hold C#,F, G# in the 2nd octave up whilst turning on, cycle through tests to sound if it plays all the notes one at a time then the sound chip is ok and it points to keyboard switching. If test mode does not come up in 2nd octave try 3rd octave ( cant remember which one it is from memory )

Let me know how you get on.

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Why does my yamaha mm8 doesn't have any sound? I try the headphones and there's no sound there either.


Assuming the volume is turned up, you can try initializing the keyboard (page 35 of the manual), but that will erase all stored backup data and reset to initial default settings. You might wantt to call Yamaha directly to discuss their suggestions. Here's their support link-

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How do i reset the keyboard to factory settings? It sounds really weird right now


You can normally reset Yamaha keyboards by holding down the highest note while turning on. If you want to do a full factory reset see below - remember this may delete all songs etc you have saved to the keyboard memory.

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The sounds in the keyboard after playing for a munite or two start to pop up


Sounds to be getting old and has some dried out filter capacitors that need replacing.

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My amp becomes distorted when I turn my keyboard up. Both the Master Volume and the CH1 volume knobs are in the middle(12 o'clock). How do I keep my amp from distorting?


You left off the one bit of info we need... however, make sure the volume control on the keyboard is around the halfway point... If it is way down, turn it up and reduce the channel volume knob some. Make sure the cable from the keyboard is an instrument rated interconnect and not one intended for speaker (usually marked as such). Make sure the keyboard AND this amp are powered from the SAME receptacle... even if you have to run an extension cord. Listen with headphones on your keyboard to make sure the sound is clean there.

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My keyboard sounds off when I turn it on, but it does not make any sound when I hit the keys. Possibly it was damaged when the cat jumped on it.


I suspect that a NOTE or other selection button is "stuck", if not physically, then electrically.

the startup of most of these devices scans the keyboard and control panel to insure all user inputs from them are at rest. When it sees one stuck, then sometimes the system hangs.

Mar 08, 2011 | Casio Privia Keyboard Case

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Casio keyboard lit up, no sound, no responses


Unplug for several minutes and try again.

If that doesn't work, look up the "factory reset" procedure for your particular model via google and follow that procedure. It usually involves holding certain buttons down before and during power up.

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No sound from Yamaha keyboard


Hello,

The keyboard takes only a specialist to fix the problem. Its also very delicate. The best you can do is to reset it and if the resetting does not work, then you will have to take the keyboard to a repairman to fix it for you.

Firstly, connect a headphone to the keyboard and observe if it will give a good sound. if it gives a good sound, then it means the speaker for your keyboard may have loosed contact or gotten burst.

But if it does not make any sound with the headphone, then it might be a board or sound ic problem. You can also try resetting the resetting the keyboard to default.

Turn off the keyboard, press and hold the last white key and turn the keyboard on while still holding the white key. The keyboard will then restore to its factory default.

If that doesn't solve the problem, you will have to dismantle the keyboard, use a meter to read the panel/board in order to detect the fault and do every necessary replacement. Also, you can do a deep cleaning, by cleaning all the dust in it.

If you can't do any of this, then you will end up taking is to a repairing man to fix the problem for you.

Good luck.

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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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Hi,I am getting a Casio CTK-810 in the next couple of days.Can I adjust or Edit the main piano sounds and save them within the keyboard to recall later,Thanks,Alex Ireland


No. There is however a function to store 4 "registration" settings for easy recall, in case you want to change sounds in the middle of a song. Those settings are erased when the keyboard is turned off.

Hope this helps!

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