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The inlet jack for a damper pedal is not working, how can i get to it to see the problem?

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Before opening the unit VERIFY that your pedal is working with an ohmmeter. Pedals and the cables often fail. Often people try to use a pedal not intended for this synth and they find the pedal inoperative.

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Hi genoness1,

If you noticed that the pedal works on and off depending on the jack plug positioning, it is because the jack is already broken loose from the solder on the board. If the pedal that you are using can normally open as most or normally closed like Roland types, you can still replace the loosed jack. Unit has to be opened and correct jack replaced.

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Roland Dp 2 Damper Pedal dont work


I'm 90% sure the pedal is shot ... It could be the switch ... Open the thing up (If your confident) and look to see if a wire has come loose ... If no wires are loose then try another working pedal with the keyboard.

If it still won't damp then there is a problem with your keyboard and I do not suggest opening up one of those ... I used to repair sockets and keys on those for a local boys school and there are full of things that can break if not opened properly,

My suggestion is getting someone in to repair the keyboard if its that ... If its the pedal then either get a new one if you don't want the old one repaired ... Or repair it yourself (pretty easy if its the wiring ... fiddly if its the switch but only attempt if your confident and have the proper tools).

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