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Here's the diagram.
You probably don't even have 4 wires from each pickup, because the middle ones are already connected.


Dean Evo Xm... | Answered on Jan 30, 2013

It is rare that wires would be faulty. Soldering can be, but not the wires usually.<br /> <br /> Common problems are broken jacks or pots that are broken or shorting to the paint in the cavity.<br /> <br /> If you have things unwired now, the best thing is to find an appropriate circuit here and wire it like that:<br /> <br /> <a href="http://www.guitarelectronics.com/c=gpIlkL5hB6ISnsWqCfLePUcJa/category/wiring_resources_guitar_wiring_diagrams/">http://www.guitarelectronics.com/c=gpIlkL5hB6ISnsWqCfLePUcJa/category/wiring_resources_guitar_wiring_diagrams/</a>

Dean Evo Xm... | Answered on Aug 28, 2010

Contact Dean customer service to get the best info. Here's the link-

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Dean Music | Answered on Jun 28, 2015

To skip the back story, start after first paragraph.
Tl;dr=take off the back, blow out the dust, check wire connections, make sure no rust or corrosion on components. Dry clean what you can. Reassemble. I have pictures if I can post them.
I had this same exact issue happen to my friends PKO-1000. I was offered it before she threw it out. I read the first page of forums that come from google on “Baldwin PKO-1000” I was ready for bulging capacitors, ripped wiring, or acid corrosion.

there’s a wide box of thin metal that hold all the computer boards and components soldered to them; making up the magical sounds of the machine. One end of the box has the wire connections. Behind that is the speaker and power wiring w/boards and the slow blow fuse. That is also where you will be shocked by the posts of the power chord if working properly.

If you know how to use a screw driver and handle 8-10mm hex screws, and have compressed air for dusting, it’s simple enough to take apart safely without complex reassembly. Dust it, make sure connections are clean and secure, and look for corrosion around computer components. That may be all you need at first.

Music | Answered Yesterday

So I got a used one of these for free because it had the same issue.
I read about battery failure, so I opened up the piano and sure enough the battery had corroded. I also read that the battery is only necessary for the memory feature, which I don’t care too much about. I pulled out the board (super easy to do, no screws or anything, it just pops out) and took it a local electronics/tv repair guy. In about a half hour he took off the battery, fixed a bad trace on the board with a quick solder, and handed it back. $40.
Plugged it back in, bam works like a charm.
As long as there wasn’t too much damage from corrosion, a repair guy should easily be able to do what I described.
I hope this solves your (and anyone else’s) problem!

Music | Answered on Oct 06, 2020

Take it to a music shop. They should be able give you help in finding a good place.

Music | Answered on Aug 01, 2020

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