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The pitch on my Roland Juno-G keeps shifting and the sounds become detuned for no reason.

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I'm sorry, but I must disagree with the last post from VOTIT concerning the IC amp section. Believe the problem is going to be further back in the processor section, and that you'll find an incorrect voltage present, or one that is not stable...accordianman

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The main problem with your Roland Juno-G shifting sounds and detune is in the amplifier section. The power I.C(integrated circuit) there have a problem or its defected try to reheat the solder of that I.C(integrated circuit) If nothing happens change that I.C

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