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How do you replace keys


Get replaceement keys from Yamaha America (musical instruments). Search Google for the phone number in California. You will need the model number and the key position that is broken and maybe the SN of your unit.
Download a service manual for instructions here: http://elektrotanya.com/yamaha_psr-e213_ypt-210_sm.pdf/download.html
When you go to this site DO NOT click on the download button but wait a minute for "Get Manual" to appear in the BOTTOM RIGHT and click on that link. You will get a PDF file of your SERVICE manual that has everything you need to understand how the keys are attached. BE VERY CAREFUL when opening the unit as there are tender ribbon cables between to two halves of the case. The manual probablly has a part number for the key in the parts list.

May 13, 2012 | Yamaha Music

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I am unable to change parameters using the + and - buttons - also unable to record as the record button does not appear to function either.


The buttons on these small recorders are VERY tender and pressing too hard can damage or even break the soldering to the circuit board. You will need to take unit for repair.

Jul 06, 2011 | Boss Micro BR Digital Recorder

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When i put my ear monitors on i only hear on one side i bought a nother pair of ears but now when i sing the music in my ear cuts out?


You may have bought "noise cancelling" ear buds and those cancel out local noise... NOT the type you want for this application !!!

The wires to earbuds are really tender and easily damaged... Make sure the replacement earbuds are the right type for use with your wireless... if necessary, call the vendor to verify.

Dec 13, 2010 | Shure P2TRE2 PSM200 Series Wireless In-Ear...

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Hi there, I have a Nord Stage EX 76 and played a gig on friday night outdoors. I have set the keyboard up and now one or two of the notes occasionally sound much louder than they should. The problem...


What has happened is that one of the contacts on those notes is not working properly. Each key has two contacts. One makes before the other as the key is pressed. The processor MEASURES the time between those as you hit the key to read the VELOCITY you have hit the key with. This velocity is often used for loudness on many voices such as the piano. These contacts are USUALLY conductive rubber pills suspended in silicone rubber "domes". One can disassemble the key area and clean BOTH the black rubber pills and the circuit traces they are pressed against using Q Tips and ONLY 99% isoprophyl alcohol to restore proper operation
One needs to be very careful when disassembling unit as there are many tender ribbon cables and connectors. Best to have clear work area and two people to "control" the halves of the shell while opening..

Nov 07, 2010 | Clavia Nord Stage 88 - Digital Stage Piano...

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I have an electric triggered bass drum pad, and it will not trigger the sound through the machine unless I practically slam the pad the model is a KP65 bass drum pad, on a yahmaha DTXpressIV


Test the pad driving a different sound... If the pad is weak, the sensor probably came loose in it... They are a piezo disc usually like in older musical cards.

Some of the triggers have an adjustment pot that is very tender... ALSO there usually is a setting in the machine for sensitivity.

If this has just gone bad, it is likely the sensor came loose... repairable if one opens the pad...

May 24, 2010 | Yamaha Dtxpress Iv Special Electronic Drum...

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My tyros 2 has fallen down very bad.now the left bass octave is off pitch(half note Higher) when i play the keybord with the accompaniaments.It works right ONLY when the ACMP is disambled what can i do....


Likely you have damaged the pitch bending wheel and offset it.

Try to pull it on pitch with the wheel... IF YOU CAN, then the alignment of the detent of the wheel has been disturbed and unit will need servicing... There are a lot of screws to open this and several very tender cables that can be damaged... I would recommend you take it to a shop experienced on this keyboard.

May 16, 2010 | Yamaha Full-Size Keyboard

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Casio privia key issue


The only way to analyze this is to open the case. You may find contaminating material has gotten in, or broken part, or key slightly out of position on pivots or pivot plastic broken.

When opening, be VERY careful of the tender ribbon cables. Have a large work surface that you can unfold the top onto. Be careful to use correct screw lengths and thread in each place you removed.

Apr 26, 2010 | Casio Music

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I have a Voco Pro Model DVD-Duet. The problem is when you put a cd in the little center knob is stuck down that keeps the cd on tract it looks as if someone has pushed it down and it want come back up so...


It is possible the carriage that the CD goes in does not lower onto the center hub rather than the hub being too low.

The carriages move by a small motor and often there is a belt that slips so carriage doesn't move. Replacing the belt is usually required.

Working on the CD drives is very tender fragile work so you should take this to a repair shop. Contact the manufacturer for a recommendation.

Feb 19, 2010 | Vocopro DVD-Duet Multi-Format Karaoke...

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Zoom 9030 works well after all these years there is a memory battery that needs to be changed every 5 years or so. The only problem is when I plug in the 8050 foot controller it won't change any patches...


It is LIKELY that one or more pins and or wires in the remote cable are broken.

These MINI DIN connectors are "tender" and are easily broken and wires flex at the back of the connector and are broken.

FIRST check that all pins are present at BOTH ENDS of the cable.

NEXT use an ohmmeter to check continuity of each and every pin end-to-end. I suspect you will find one or more broken.

Be aware that repairing this cable requires patience and steady hand as the pins are so close together it is easy to have solder bridges, etc. Sometimes just opening the connectors are a problem to access the pins. Sometimes the cables are MOLDED and those are UNREPAIRABLE other than cutting off the bad conector and replacing it. You can usually buy replacement connectors at DIGIKEY.com and or Mouser.com. You have to CAREFULLY select the apporpriate pin configuration from the catalog page. One needs a small soldering iron and magnifying glass to work on the cable.

USUALLY the wires go from pin to pin. Also a shield on the cable has to be dressed and connected usually. You may find the shell of the connector tied to a pin or just the sheild of the cable.

Jan 08, 2010 | Zoom Music

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