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Re: is there a master reset
Look at http://www.korgsupport.co.uk/sitemap.cfm under Tutorials/ resetting and initialiising your product.I don't have a Korg but it sounds like you have set the transposition for the whole keyboard down a tone. Hope this helps.
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Hi, This and a lot of similar keyboards have gold flashed pads on the PCB and the keys press one or two rubber caps, with conductive pads in them, down.
Clean the pads with isopropanol, (and nothing else) and it will be cured 99% of the time. If a few notes do not work, especially after heavy use, then the rubber caps can be replaced.
Taking the keyboard apart is long winded because of the number of screws involved.
The job its self is simple enough, but take note of the order things go in and where the screws go.
Hope this helps, Chris.
It will require repair. I suspect by you description that the D-A convertor has failed. This is a chip that is far beyond a DIY project to change. Do further testing to make sure the power supply voltages are correct and that headphone output sounds the same problem.
Sometimes companies use the same sequence for all their synths...
Here is one to try: How do you resetcasio keyboard lk-60? This is how. 'Turn keyboard of for 5 seconds then turn it bak on and play"e-flat,g-flat,e-flat,b-flat,g-flat,e-flat,g-flat" then turn keyboard of and unplug and wait 5 minutes then plug back in in,...
Note: It is NOT clear if you need to hold the notes down as you play them or press and release.
Here is another for Casio: From the FILE menu, select INITIALIZE to select the sub menu. Select the SYSTEM option to return the keyboard to its factory settings. Keep in mind that this operation will delete anything that is stored in the keyboard memory. When you see the InitSys? on the screen, select YES. I hope this helps......
I could not find anything specific to the 810.
If these don't work, then the way to reload is via the MIDI port which will accept Sysex commands and data. You can probably find a data dump online for this at the Casio site.. You will of course need to have a MIDI port on your PC.
According to the manual for the 496, "All keyboard settings are returned to their initial defaults whenever keyboard power is turned back on after being turned off by operation of the Power/Mode switch or Auto Power Off.