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take a look around this site...too many songs for me to figure out which it is, but you'll know.


https://www.lyrics.com/lyrics/want%20to%20go%20home

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Music | Answered on May 08, 2018


Well looks like you have a capacitors problem. I had this problem too and a friend soldered two new capacitors in place. You can find information on the korg forum but most important is to know where the capacitors are located

http://www.korgforums.com/forum/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=92395

Korg M50 61-Key... | Answered on May 05, 2018


Search elsewhere using http://www.google.com as FIXYA doesn't appraise items.

Google

Music | Answered on May 05, 2018


yes, take it back to the store and ask them why it is blowing fuses at power-on.

Kustom Music | Answered on May 05, 2018


Hello, Magda -

Only an authorized Yamaha digital piano (Clarinova) service technician can answer your question regarding a chance of repairing your piano.

If you have not already done so, you can locate an authorized service technician here:
https://www.yamaha.com/paragon/servicerlocator/

Best wishes.

Yamaha Music | Answered on May 03, 2018


Return it under warranty. Depending on whee you bought some vendors provide a 2 year warranty at no charge.

Marshall Music | Answered on May 02, 2018


Yes it is :>)

Gibson Music | Answered on May 02, 2018


What your amp is doing is going into protection mode. The Class D amplifier topology uses a Pulse width modulation scheme which allows the audio to be modulated onto a generated square wave or pulse train. This is then sent through the MOSFET Driver and then to the High Power MOSFETs that drive the load. The square wave with modulated audio is then filtered by a low pass filter and you are left with your audio. This is great because of the very high efficiency. The downside is that there are more links in the chain to fail. In your case it sounds like one or both of your power MOSFETs are bad and are causing the watchdog circuit to send a shutdown signal to the switching power supply, this is why it is turning off. It is a safety feature to prevent catastrophic failure of the board. (ie. burning the PCB to a crisp) A technician experienced in PCB level troubleshooting shoot be able to repair this for you. Let me know if you need anything good luck.

Behringer Music | Answered on May 01, 2018

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