20 Most Recent Casio CTK5000 (61Key Portable Keyboard) Questions & Answers


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Casio CTK5000... | Answered on Apr 03, 2016


This sounds like something was spilled into the keyboard and shorted out some circuitry. The relays or contacts points of the nonworking keys can be dirty or corroded. At the back of the key, I would check to make sure the key is actually pressing the contact to make sound. Plastic keys become brittle if stored in attics or storage buildings. I'm just running through my thoughts of things to check.

Casio CTK5000... | Answered on Mar 29, 2014


Turn off "Casio Chord" &/or autoaccompaniment

Casio CTK5000... | Answered on Dec 17, 2013


It is possible to load new rhythms and tones in the CTK-5000. But you need the stuff. That is what it really lacks. Casio needs the Rhythms and tones in its own formats.

Casio CTK5000... | Answered on Jan 13, 2013


If you will read page E72 in your user manual near the very bottom you will find that the MAXIMUM size SD card you can use in this synth is 2 GB. So your solution is to ONLY use cards of 2 GB or less... Now the problem is the cards are getting bigger and these smaller 2 GB cards are getting harder to find for saale anymore.

Casio CTK5000... | Answered on Jul 23, 2011


It appears that a LOT of devices cannot use cards greater than 2Gb. You will find on page E72 of your user manual that the SD card must be 2Gb or less for this unit.

Casio CTK5000... | Answered on Mar 29, 2011


Press "tone" while u see - "S1:Loop1"

Casio CTK5000... | Answered on Mar 05, 2011


You manual is here http://support.casio.com/storage/en/manual/pdf/EN/008/Web_CTK2400-ES-1A_EN.pdf
Interestingly...check out page EN-34...about the section on local control...Follow the directions to turn your sound back up... Good luck

Casio Music | Answered on Jul 18, 2020


If no fuse holder is evident on the rear panel, check for an open fuse inside.

Casio Music | Answered on Oct 31, 2019


If you have the part, you need a soldering iron, solder wick and solder. Apply heat with the iron to the lugs on the input that protrude through the circuit board, and apply solder wick to desolder the bad part - do this for all the contacts. Remove the bad connector, place the new one and heat the lugs one at a time, once the iron has been on the lug for several seconds, apply the solder to the lug and hold for a second or two. When the solder melts and flows remove the iron and the solder. Allow it to cool - repeat for all the lugs. A good solder joint is shiny. A bad one is dull, and that is called a cold solder joint. If you get a bad one, just heat it back up and wick the solder away and start over.

Casio Music | Answered on Sep 30, 2019

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