I have a rock ola 1493 Princess.The "select" light is on however when any button is pressed it makes no sound and will not stay depressed.
It would be helpful if you could direct me to a place that would sell the paint color[pinkish}of the player arm ect..I tried cleaning the relays in the "freeplay" electrical box, manually engaging the coil under the buttons, cleaning the contacts the coil engages...no change. Selecting " Scan " ,everything works fine except the buttons. Thank you in advance.. I ordered a manual from the company that bought rock ola stock out.
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Hi, I buy sell and repair electronic keyboards, unless the problem is really bad then try this:-
Remove as much dirt and dust as possible DRY. Use a vacuum cleaner and a clean paint brush with long soft bristles. Turning the keyboard upside down helps, work round each key, work from the back to the front of the key.
Assuming the keys are plastic.
You can use foam cleaner and sometimes isopropanol (a synthetic alcohol, used for cleaning in electronics) when needed, but Mr Muscle Kitchen is just as effective. There are other usable cleaners the important thing is they DO NOT contain lime scale remover OR bleach.
Spray the cleaner onto a "J" cloth and wipe the keys. Also upside down if possible. It is surprising how grubby the keys can get and some deposits can be removed with label remover. Use this on the cloth sparingly and rub gently.
Label remover is available from CPC, search CPC Farnell.
It was made in 2007. If you call Fender directly they can sometimes id the exact model version from the serial number. The records they keep on Squier guitars is a bit sketchy, but sometimes they can help.
Frankly, given the value of a first act guitar, I wouldn't br investing the time and effort into it.,
That said, I wouldn't try to fadeThe proper paint will be available from Stewart MacDonald guitar parts, in matching paint, but would repaint the entire guitar.
If the motor is spinning the disc, then your problem is with the laser. It either needs to be cleaned or replaced. Cleaning can be done with a regular laser lens cleaning disc, available at any store that sells electronics. A replacement lens assembly can be picked up at any store that specializes in electronics.
try using a cleaning disk, but ive found that those dont work that well, find the laser lens "near the motor that spins the cd" and use a micro fiber cloth, or eyeglasses cleaning cloth and gently wipe the lens in one direction, you can use rubbing alcohol on the cloth if you like, just blow on the lens to make sure its complely dry. if that does not work, then the laser may be burnt out.