Question about Yamaha Audio Players & Recorders
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Its very easy to get manual.Just rate starts in all the options then click on download option and wait for few seconds.It will get downloaded then click on option it will get opened.
And for pedal sand not working.
If you have the pedal-sand then you can remove and clean the pedal sand and check out.
HS8 pedals have stopped working
1) remove the expression pedals.
2)In step 2, instead of putting the entire organ on its left side, separate the keyboard from the bottom part. It is possible to split up the HS organ. Take out the 4 screws which attach the keyboard to the stand. There are 2 on the back and 2 on the front side, just next to the power connector and on the left side of the organ. The 2 screws on the back side are located in the cut-out area where you can put your fingers to lift the keyboard. This way it's much easier to put the bottom piece on its side.
3)In step 3, one of the screws is hidden under a rectangular metal box. So you have to remove the box in order to get at the screw. The metal box has some circuitry inside, so tape the metal box to the organ so it stays connected.
4) Once you have removed the bottom plate you will likely notice the problem. The rubber rings, or bushings, have deteriorated over time. Notice the cracks and how they have flattened-out like batter coming out of a waffle iron. Once this has happened they must get replaced.
5)To get to the bushings you further disassemble the pedal board.Remove the 5 more screws from the side to do this.
6) Now the pedal board should become loose from the instrument. This is the reason why we put the organ on it's left side.Lay the pedal board on the floor still attached to the organ by the bundle of wires.The pedal board has to come off because the bolts with the failing rubber rings have a nut on the other side.
7) If the rubber washers have basically disintegrated and feel like grease then replace it.clean the pedals and the bolts really well to remove any remaining rubber. You can use paper towel and a mini screw driver.
8)Remove all pedals that have decayed rubber rings.While you have the insrument open you might as well replace any rings that might fail anytime soon.
9)If washers are bad then you can still get replacement washers from Yamaha.
buy the washers from Yamaha Canada Music Ltd. Here is the info:
Yamaha Canada Music Ltd.
135 Milner Avenue, Toronto, On. M1S 3R1.
PART # WD007200.
PRICE $5.00 each
PLUS $7.00 SHIPPING & TAXES. 10)then refit all the parts and check the pedals should start working again.If bit of noise is noticed then its just the fitting,that will get adjusted after sometime of usage. Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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