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If the backlight is on and just half of the display data is there, it is probable the conductive strip has come away from the display or the contact portion of the board where the conductor strip lays on the circuit board.

If it is under warranty, contact Yamaha. If it not under warranty, you can try to fix it, but once adhesive lets go, it is diffeicult to get them to premanently readhere. A repair shop that is Yamaha authorized is able to get the New parts from Yamaha that fit.

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Where can i order replacement keys from for Digital Piano.


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How doI open a Yamaha P120 to fix sticky keys?


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