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Date Posted: 04:52:47 02/24/05 Thu
In reply to: Dale Gunnar 's message, "How Do I Fix It?" on 21:05:09 02/23/05 Wed
Probably the first thing to try would be to replace the playback board (the largest circuit board in the system; the one the cassette deck connects to).
If the person with the working Pianocorder will let you try their playback board, that would be the quickest way to confirm this is the problem. Make sure the Pianocorder systems are unplugged from the wall, and wait 60 seconds before touching anything. Take digital photos of both boards before disconnecting anything so that you have a reference for how the various wiring harnesses are connected. Make absolutely sure they are connected the same way before powering up the system again.
If it turns out that you need to replace the playback board,
go to <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://dp70.dyndns.org/pianocorder/technicians.html">http://dp70.dyndns.org/pianocorder/technicians.html</a> for a list of people who carry Pianocorder parts.
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