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I have a wurlitzer omni 2000 piano it turns on but there is no sound whem i play the keys

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  • jailhousejoe Oct 15, 2010

    tim thanks for ur response n ur time i was wondering is there any way u can tell me how to check this my self or maybe where i can download a service manual 4 my wurliter any help would be most appreshiated thank u so much jailhousejoe

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That is a major problem for sure. I assume you have verified the volume is turned up? If so and there is no sound then the internal amplifier of the piano has failed. It's a pretty major repair. Do you want me to try and find someone in your area that can work on it? If so please reply with your zip code.

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Tim

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