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Keyboard refuses to accept commands

It just emits 3 short beeps when any button is pressed -- "manual", "program", "quit", or anything else. It does not switch into the appropriate mode. The stored program continues to work, but we cannot reprogram it or override it. I found a fried bug that oozed all over some pins on one of the chips on the circuit board. Scraping that off did not resolve the problem. It is slightly possible that this shorted the chip out fatally.

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The beep code most likely is either video card or memory.
If you have a video card or can borrow one that you know it works try it first, if that doesn't resolve your issue try the memory.
You can take the memory out and have it tested to see if it is defective.
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