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No sound when baby steps on the keys (with high volume setting)
You have used alkaline batteries
You have tried replacing your betteries
Tried sliding the power and volume switch off and then back on

If you answer yes for all above then it is time to call Fisher price and ask for replacements.

Posted on May 06, 2011

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I am looking for replacement wheels for fisher price step and play


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How i can BUY a keyboard?


Before you start to shop for an electronic keyboard, you will want to make sure that you know what you are buying. The first thing is that even an expensive keyboard is not going to give you quite the same feel or sound as a real piano. However, with that said, these can be perfect options for beginners. A portable keyboard may suit your tween quite well if he or she wants to take it to another location for lessons or for hanging out with friends. The next thing you should know is that while you can find cheap keyboards, they are often just that cheap. You will get an inferior sound compared with a better keyboard. Keep that in mind as you shop.
The next thing you will want to do as you shop for an electronic keyboard for your tween is to pay close attention to the sound and the feel of the keys. You should find one that has at least 61 keys. However, 88 keys, just like a real piano, is often the best choice. A keyboard with fewer than 61 keys is not worth your money if your child is serious about learning to play. Next, when you press the keys, does it have the right amount of sensitivity? Can you play the keys softly or loudly as you would with a real piano? This is an important consideration.
How do the speakers sound? This is just as important. If you buy a keyboard with poor speakers, then the whole sounds is affected. Also, do not get dazed by all the “extras” that a keyboard may offer. For all practical purposes, you are probably buying a keyboard for a beginner, and your tween needs to learn how to play the keys, not how to make extra sounds and noises.
While you may not be interested in buying extras now, you might want to consider getting a keyboard that will allow you to add on later. You may want a foot pedal, additional speakers, or even a stand. Look for keyboard models that will grow with your child.
There are many great electronic keyboards that you can buy for your tween. When you want to find the best electronic keyboard for your tween, consider these tips in order to keep your child interested in playing and to ensure you get the right keyboard.
thank you.

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Take legs off step and play piano


You directed this question at me, but unfortunately this isn't my expertise and I am unable to provide you with a real solution at this time.

Hopefully one of other experts will be able to provide you with a real solution.

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Piano lights up but will not stay on when i let off of the power button.


there's an on/off switch on the bottom of the unit by the battery compartment. make sure this switch is on, then turn on the power button on the piano.

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Fisher Price Step & Play Piano lights up but no sound.


I assume

No sound when baby steps on the keys (with high volume setting)
You have used alkaline batteries
You have tried replacing your betteries
Tried sliding the power and volume switch off and then back on

If you answer yes for all above then it is time to call Fisher price and ask for replacements.

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Loose keys on my wonderful Technics digital piano


You would be very surprised of how few moving parts are in side one of these keyboards. There is no fix to the action,trust me. play the day lights out of it until it stops then get a new one. Have some fun and explore, if you find an old one that is shot, take it a part and you will see what I mean. These units are really a disposable instrument.
I hope this doesn't disappoint you . I hope it helped. Keep on rockin in the free world. DFD

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