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I have had my Juno-D for about 2 years, I gig and travel with it *alot*. today we had a gig outdoors in the hot sun, and during sound check it started adding this heavy sustain over everything, all patches, all sounds. we took it inside, cooled it down, and it wolud work for 20-30 seconds and then start doing it again. we tested whether the sustain pedal had anything to do with it, and it did not. I have a whole weekend of gigs coming up - any ideas what might cause this and how to fix it? i am only guessing the hot sun was the culprit, but it may not be....

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  • babsbradley Sep 08, 2009

    I would like to get a response from someone who is familiar with this particular keyboard. no, it does not have a cooling fan, it's a Roland keyboard. please forward my question to someone who is familiar with this model. thanks.

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Hi,

This could be a dirty or a moist contacts to the electronic board inside, this can result a electronic short circuit and can also make a grounding problem on the device. The unit need to open up to clean the electronic circuit board with a special cleaning kit for electronics.

There should be a bad contacts cause of some moisture that get in the unit that needed to be clean. Even this moisture on the electronic has been dried can still make this problem cause it still leaves a residue on the circuit board,

Hope this initial info/idea helps

Let me know for further clarifications.

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I would suspect it will not stand the extra heat. i am familiar with electronics but not that particular device. does it have a cooling fan and if not it would be handy if you can install one or if it does have one it needs to be cleaned. have you had any other issues using it inside ?

robert

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