Question about Music
When I press the D key it wont play but sometimes it will play milliseconds after its pushed.
Ugh! the only way to fix this is to dismantle your D-20 to get to the bottom of the key bed. There are rubberized strips under the keys that have pads which make contact (hence, key contacts) in several places with the actual keys. The strips are attached with rubber nibs that snap into place on the base of the key bed. The reason for the lack of sound and/or the millisecond delay is a speck of dust that somehow made its way onto the contact for that key. If you decide to take this task on by yourself, make sure you clean the rubber strips (yeah I'd do all of them while you're in there) completely with canned air and contact cleaner in a dust free environment, and be sure to attach the rubber strips completely to make a dust-free barrier. Once you see the strips, the explanation will make sense. If this sounds overwhelming, take the board to a repair shop and their tech will fix this for you, as they see this issue all the time with velocity-sensitive keyboards. Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 06, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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