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Contact Peavey....they release schematics....and can sell parts as well....

Music | Answered 22 hours ago


Ok. First, check your power supply voltages....then check IC2 for correct voltages and also check C9 ,C17 for ESR...clip signal can come from either woofer or horn circuits...lift one end of R19 in the preamp ckt....this will break the woofer signal and see if the light goes out...if it does, look for issues with the pre-amp after it seperates the hi and low signals...if not, then look for problens in the horn circutry.....and get a schematic....it will make it so much easier....good luck....

Samson Auro D415... | Answered 22 hours ago


Try changing out the Pico fuse. Only 50cents from online West Florida Components. Buy a few. Mine went out twice. It is Item # F021. It is a .5amp (500 mA)fuse-green and looks like a resistor. Location on the circuit board is near the transformer and on back edge or board behind the 2 brown wires connecting to the board and to the side of the 4 diodes there. I left the bad fuse in place and soldered the new fuse to it's legs-a lot easier and does not damage the PCB.

Fender G-DEC... | Answered 2 days ago


You need to contact the manufacturer, Fixya did not sell you the item and we do not have the activation key.

Music | Answered on Sep 18, 2019


Hi

the blue screen with lines is normally as a result of the ribbon cable which has contacts on failing.

The remedy is normally to replace the simple the screen assembly the parts for this are around £300 but there would be significant labour to add to this.

i would suggest talking to a local Yamaha technician

Becketts Music Ltd

Yamaha Music | Answered on Sep 17, 2019


My guess would be they have been pulled up out of the normal position. Do they still press down and sound?

if you remove the keybed and the contact strip you can then reposition them. The worry is that when they are forced up they sometimes crack the circuit board underneath.

the keys have a hook type arrangement that should stop the, lifting up.

maybe open and report back with some photos of what you find and more advice might be available.

Dan
Becketts Music Ltd

Casio Music | Answered on Sep 17, 2019


Hi

the first thing to try is a factory reset

hold down the highest note while you turn the keyboard on.
once it has started up try again.

if there is only a faint sound when played it could be that the main amplifier has failed or that the speakers have become unplugged from the power board.

does it work on headphones correctly, if it does it points to an amplifier problem.

report back if the reset works

Dan
Becketts Music Ltd

Yamaha Music | Answered on Sep 17, 2019


If it is just the one note that has stopped working it is probably the contact strip.

you could check this by moving one of the contacts from a working octave to the non working octave, if it solves the problem just replace the contact strip.

report back if this solves the issue and I can point you in the right direction for the part needed.

Dan
Becketts Music

Music | Answered on Sep 17, 2019

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