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Displays code Scn

Yamaha digital piano model p90 worked fine. Then turned it on and got code Scn flashing. Midi works demos work. Metronome works. Keyboard does not work. Maybe Scn stands for Scan. I.E. cannot scan the keyboard.

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Either the keyboard is disconnected or the Keyscan on the keyboard itself is but. More than likely a loose connector.

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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