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Re Kurzweil Mark 11 digital piano, sustain pedals are not working.Attempted to reboot to factory default setting using two methods. Then removed pedal cable harness from of the pedal circuit board and the continuity on all wires was .6 ohms. Then tried pressing on the actual switches located on the circuit board with no success. Does this mean that the pedal circuit board will need to be replaced?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The contacts of various switches and keys are likely dirty. They are often conductive rubber and need cleaning with 99% isoprophly alcohol and q-tip. Clean both the conductive rubber pill and th circuit board traces they contact.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
SOURCE: I Have a Casio Privia
Yep... Roland pedals are reversed, that is, normally closed contacts. Unlike some Yamaha keyboards, the Casio doesn't have an inversion function available. You have two choices to solve this: 1. Buy a pedal with the corect sense 2. Open the Roland pedal and MAYBE with a soldering iron you can move a wire to select a contact with the opposite sense.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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