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I Have a Technics PR-305 Digital Piano that I have and really like. I went to play on it on October 12th. Certain notes with different chords weren`t sounding.

I have a Technics PR-305 Digital Piano that I really like. I went to play on it. and I played different chords certain notes on the chords weren`t sounding. I must be the circut board under the keyboard. Can that be repaired?

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It can be repaired or replaced if the boards are still available
Take it to an authorized service to have it repaired and failing that some shops that repair micro wave ovens have the technical ability to repair items of this nature
may be a good radio technician or radio repair shop could also do the repair as it is basically an electronic ( wireless/radio) that is controlled by keys

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