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Yamaha DSR2000: It plays fine for a while, and then the display fades and there is an enormous squeal until turned off and plugged in again.


I would normally suggest a power supply issue. Does the display flicker if you move the power plug, if so this is a common fault, replace socket.
If it is not power related then as it works, charges up, squeal then suggests possibly a capacitor charging up and discharging.

Aug 14, 2015 | Yamaha Portable Keyboard

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I turn on the power and get just a buzzing noise. The keyboard does not work at all. The power light is on but no sound from the keyboard other than a buzzing sound.


normally a buzzing sound means a grounding problem, or a component has failed, unless you have the proper equipment to check these items,, your going to have to take it to a shop that does, sorry I know thats not what you wanted to hear,, but heres a hint, Ive found that a shop that deals in instruments and sound devices charges a lot, I have found a TV repair shop in my town, that can check my band equipment,, and its much cheaper, and I usually get the stuff back much quicker too

Sep 01, 2011 | Akai Music

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How hard is it to repair a sticking key on the keyboard. I have a new Yamaha MM6 and it's going to cost me all kinds of shipping charges to exchange it. Was wondering if it would be worth it to just...


It kinda depends on if a hammer is broke or key is broke. Or if a foreign object is stuck in there. Typically not hard if you can remove screws and remember how they go back in. TypicAlly the bottom panel comes off keyboards ( start by removing those screws ) or the top case will fold up ( still bottom of keyboard screws ) then multiple screws to realease keyboard assembly. May have to disconnect some wires/ ribbon cables so have a sharpie ready to label to ensure correct reassembly. Then it's all about if they have separate keys or a keytree or sometimes just removing ba key and reseating fixes sticking problems. Get yourself a can of blow off or contact cleaner just in case. Not sure who locally to you sell parts but you can always call manufacturer and ask who does their distribution for parts.

Aug 26, 2011 | Yamaha MM6 Mini Mo Keyboard Pro

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I put my battery inside my key board but it wont work and i dont have the wire for it but do u need the wire to make it work


Hello,

The battery needs to be charged before it will work in your keyboard. Maybe, the battery is out of charge that's why your keyboard is not working.

You need the wire to turn on the keyboard and at the same time to charge the battery. If the battery is already full, you can remove the wire and the keyboard will still work until the power in the battery is drained out.

I hope this helps.

Carlo

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Mar 03, 2011 | Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard

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How do I attach an X frame stand to a casio electronic keyboard


Usually the keyboard sits on top of the X stand held by its own weight. Most of the smaller consumer keyboards do NOT have mounting holes for attaching stands. Piano keyboards that have 88 keys do usually have mounting holes as they are heavier. Most X stands have rubber ends on the tubes where the keyboard sets.

Dec 27, 2010 | Casio Ctk 496 Electronic Keyboard with 61...

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Where can I buy an LCD for my Alesis micron. I found someone who can do it but I need the LCD. There's this site that sells it but it's a little pricey and it has to be shipped. I live in the Philippines...


Many of the LCD's for these are rather special and as such are pricey. I would ask Alesis directely for parts source... You will likely have to live with whatever their recommended source charges.

Dec 04, 2010 | Alesis Micron Synth Keyboard

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I have a Casio Privia & I believe liquid fell unto the keyboard & as a result 8 notes do not have any sound. How can I get this repaired? I bought this 3 years ago.


You can try to dry the inside of the keyboard by taking the end of the key board off.
Take a hair dryer and place it at the end of the keyboard and let the air dry out the fluid this may take some time depends on how much fluid you have inside.
Do not use the dryer on high because the heat will warp the bed the keys fit into, this will damage the board which cost about $ 400.00 to repair. Do not turn on the key board while the fluid is still inside this can also damage the keyboard. I belive you have already turn it on because you said eight keys do not work.Do not open the keyboard because the keys will be hard to put back in the grooves the way they were.

You can try and have it repaired at American Perfect Crystal Corporation
Casio Parts Distributor 520 Eight Ave. 2nd Floor
New York, New York 10018
212-246-8292
800-345-0537
sales@americanperfit.com
www.americanperfit.com

They will charge about 50-89 dollars to check it for you and if its reparable the checking fee will go toward the repair.
I wasted kool-aid in my casio privia while the keyboard was off, but made a grave mistake because I tried to repair it my self with the hair dryer at a high level. I was told that the major board was warp, that being said try not to do self repair.

Oct 05, 2010 | Casio Privia Keyboard Case

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I need to repair a sticky key on a P120. Is there a repair manual?


Call around to local music stores and ask about the closest authorized Yamaha repair center. If it is still under warranty, they should replace the keybed free of charge.
Here is a great website with the do's and don'ts about self keyboard repair. http://www.mikebarden.com/view.php/area/1/digital-piano-repairs-keyboard-repairs

Sep 17, 2009 | Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard

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How doI open a Yamaha P120 to fix sticky keys?


I've had the very same problem twice so far. The only solution I figured is to simpy purchase an equivalent key (contact Yamaha service in your country for this) and to replace the broken one. The reason why the key doesn't work smoothly as the other one is not dirt therefore any cleaning won't help. The key is cracked deep in the place where it's attached to its 'axis'. So you'll need to remove all the screws and unmount the cover (it needs a sideshift to open once the screws are removed), be careful with the speaker wires. However you'll need firm moves anyway. Opening is tricky and gets me surprised anytime I do it so you'll need some courage :). Replacing the key is even more tricky. You'll have to remove the broken one by pulling it horizontaly (use some force, it's broken anyway). Placing a new key you'll need to uplift the 'hammer' and then slide a new one. I'm sure you'll figure it out once you see it with your own eyes (it's really hard to decribe but not so hard to do it). Hope you'll do fine. I haven't tried glueing the crack for I doubt it would work for long. Good luck!

Jan 28, 2009 | Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard

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