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There is current going through the organ hohner D89, and the buttons for other instruments work. The piano does not have any sound at all

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SOURCE: hohner symphonie D98, no key board sound

Look for an exploded electrolytic capacitor. They amke a pretty loud bang and make a visible mess. CLEAN any residue when restoring.

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SOURCE: Only the piano sound works on my D-20.

We can't possibly guess at what brand a D20 might be,,, HOWEVER let's guess that it is some kind of synth.

I would "guess" that you problem might be that the ionternal memory battery has depleted and the settings and sounds are all lost.

First thing would to be replace the battery. Next the settings need to be restored. SOME instruments have a sequence of buttons to hold while powering on to restore factory settings. Others require you to load data from an external source via MIDI or other method.

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SOURCE: Is there a Yamaha school

Yamaha prefers to MAKE the instruments rather than conducting repair schools... they may have some very specialized schools for individual types when first introduced. With the situation in Japan right now such classes would be cancelled I am sure. Instrument repair is so specialized other than basic piano repair/tuning that you will find few if any courses. For piano repair you might want to search YouTube for videos. For organs and keyboards, detailed electronic knowledge and the service manuals are what we have to work with. You need both experience in digital and analog plus test equipment including oscilloscopes and signal generators as a start.

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SOURCE: My Privia PX-3 will run

This problem is NOT DIY and will likely require a trip to the repair shop... One possibility is a static discharge... Try running it for hours with no clothes on that can produce a static buildup and see if it behaves. If so, take maeasures against static... no rubber soled shoes, no wool fabrics, gound yourself to something else before touching the unit...

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